Seahawks Pull Out Victory over Cardinals


Published on October 18 2013 6:29 am
Last Updated on October 18 2013 6:29 am
Written by Millie Lange

Seahawks Dominate Cards

(Glendale, AZ) -- The Seahawks took advantage of two Carson Palmer interceptions and pulled out a 34-22 win over the Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Russell Wilson tossed for 235 yards, three touchdowns and also fumbled three times, losing two of them. Marshawn Lynch ran for 91 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries as Seattle improved to 6-1. Arizona was held to 234 yards of total offense. Palmer threw for a touchdown and 258 yards. The two picks were his 12th and 13th of the season. Rashard Mendenhall reached the end zone, but was held to 13 carries and 22 yards. The Cardinals fell to 3-4.  


Bears Battle Redskins

(Landover, MD) -- The Chicago Bears are on the road this Sunday at the Washington Redskins. The Bears are 4-2 after defeating the Giants 27-12 last weekend. The Redskins are 1-4 on the year after a 31-16 setback to Dallas in Week Six. Chicago heads to its bye following the game.


Rams Get Stacy, Long Back In Practice

(Earth City, MO) -- Rams running back Zac Stacy and defensive end Chris Long practiced Thursday. Stacy is dealing with a chest injury but is in line to start Sunday against Carolina  Long has a thigh injury. Both missed Wednesday's practice.


Schaub Out, Keenum To Start For Texans

(Houston, TX)  --  The Texans will have a new quarterback under center when they face the undefeated Chiefs Sunday. Head coach Gary Kubiak will start Case Keenum in place of the injured Matt Schaub. Schaub has been ruled out with ankle and foot injuries.  Keenum was inactive the first six games of the season. T.J. Yates came on in relief last Sunday against the Rams after Schaub was hurt.


Thursday, October 17 Scoreboard


Seattle Seahawks 34, Arizona Cardinals 22


Thursday, October 17 Scoreboard

NCAA Football  ("USA Today" Top-25 Poll)

#11 Miami (FL) Hurricanes 27, North Carolina Tar Heels 23


Friday, October 18 Schedule (Time Central)

NCAA Football  ("USA Today" Top-25 Poll)

7:00 p.m. - #6 Louisville Cardinals host UCF Knights