Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals: Live Score, Video and Analysis
Here is a link to the Cardinals post-game writeup. Enjoy!
The game (and the season) may be over for both of these teams, but this live blog will live on for a little bit longer at least. Stay tuned for post-game highlights and writeups.
And with that, the Cardinals win in overtime to end the season with an 8-8 record.
The Seahawks, meanwhile, will fall to 7-9, which is the same record that they ended the regular season with last year.
Stephens-Howling slips on his next run, which seems to be enough for Coach Whisenhunt. The field goal unit is out.
On a pair of awesome runs by Stephens-Howling, the Cardinals have pounded the ball down to the nine yard line. It's actually a bit amazing they haven't tried the field goal yet, but it looks like they'll go for the end zone.
The ruling on the field is confirmed--that means there was video replay evidence that clearly demonstrated that Fitzgerald's catch was good.
The previous catch is under review.
It is almost getting boring reporting that Larry Fitzgerald has brought in yet another miraculous catch. This time it was a one-handed grab that gave the Cardinals a first down and moved them firmly into Jay Feely's field goal range.
Even without measuring, the refs have signaled first down for the Cardinals. They are almost in field goal range.
The Cardinals will go for it on fourth down, likely with a quarterback sneak.
LaRod Stephens-Howling demonstrates why he is not a team's only running back solution, as he is unable to muscle his way to a Cardinals first down on third down and inches.
On third down, Larry Fitzgerald makes yet another unbelievable catch in double-coverage, and then breaks a tackle to add another 10 yards after the catch. Absolutely amazing.
The Seahawks have had an interesting strategy for dealing with the dangerous Patrick Peterson during the return game. Instead of punting away from him, they have simply made sure that there is plenty of hang time beneath the ball. That allows the defense to get downfield to effectively stuff Peterson's efforts.
As the Cardinals fans roar in the background, Tarvaris Jackson overthrows Ricardo Lockette on third down. The Seahawks will punt.
This is do-or-die football, now. The Cardinals defense starts out strong, dropping Marshawn Lynch for a loss of a yard on the first play from scrimmage.
Leon Washington has a monster kickoff return, bringing the ball back to the Seattle 40-yard line.
Seattle has won the toss and will receive the opening kickoff in overtime.
The Cardinals have elected to take a knee, sending this game into overtime.
The Cardinals are 28 seconds away from their fourth home overtime game of the season. They've won the last three thanks to hugely exciting play by various players. What will happen here?
On third down, Tarvaris Jackson is unable to connect with Obomanu to make the first down. The Seahawks will punt, giving the Cardinals 35 seconds to see what they can do.
Where is Marshawn Lynch, and why are the Seahawks running the ball?
The Seahawks run the ball through the middle to gain a first down, and then take their first time out of the half with 1:17 left on the clock.
Leon Washington brings the ball back to the 28-yard line.
On third down, Skelton connects with Early Doucet to buy his team some breathing room when they punt.
This is the two-minute warning for the fourth quarter.
Skelton makes an attempt at a big throw downfield, but overthrows Larry Fitzgerald by quite a large margin. This brings up third down deep in Cardinals territory.
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