The Seahawks Outlasted the Cardinals in a Nail-Biting 28-21 Win

Powered by 197 yards from Russell Wilson, and a total team offensive output of 347 yards, the Seattle Seahawks outlasted the Arizona Cardinals in a nail-biting 28-21 victory, Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020 in CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The Seahawks rushing game contributed to this with 165 yards and one rushing touchdown, to support a 197 yards, two touchdowns effort by Russell Wilson.

Wilson ended the game with 197 yards passing, to go along with two touchdowns, no interceptions, and completing 23 of 28 passes. This performance led to a 119.80 passer rating for Wilson.

The ground game for the Seahawks saw Bo Scarbrough carrying the football 6 times, and Carlos Hyde helping with rushing the ball 14 times. The two rushers produced 31 yards and 79 yards respectively in a winning effort. The passing game for the Seahawks had Wilson throwing the football to DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett as his most productive targets. Metcalf caught three passes for a net gain of 46 yards. The secondary target (Lockett) caught nine passes for a net contribution of 67 yards.

On the defensive side of the football, the Seahawks produced no forced fumbles, one tackle for loss, three sacks and no defensive touchdowns.

On the losing side of the game, Kyler Murray of the Cardinals ended the day with two touchdowns, along with 269 yards, no interceptions, and a 102.20 passer rating.

The rushing game for the Cardinals was led by Kenyan Drake and Chase Edmonds. For the game, Drake rushed for 29 yards from carrying the football 11 times. Meanwhile Edmonds carried the ball 2 times for a total of 13 yards. For the passing game, the top receivers for the Cardinals included Larry Fitzgerald and DeAndre Hopkins. Fitzgerald caught eight passes for a total of 62 yards, while Hopkins contributed with 51 yards from five passes.

For the game, the Cardinals defensive effort yielded no forced fumbles, two tackles for loss and three sacks. This was not enough to help their team to a victory.

After the win, the Seahawks now have a 7-3 record, compared to the Cardinals who now have a 6-4 record.