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The case for the Cardinals
As long as Ryan Lindley is playing quarterback for the Cardinals, they have virtually no chance of winning. After they failed to even resemble an NFL offense last week against the Jets, Ken Whisenhunt may be forced to turn back to John Skelton, who has at least won a few games in the NFL.
Defensively, the Cardinals match up well against Seattle with their talent in the secondary.
The case for the Seahawks
First, there is this good news:
The Cardinals are a very good team on defense, but Seattle should have some success on the ground while shutting down the Cardinals passing game, especially if Lindley gets another start.
Seattle is nearly unbeatable at home, especially considering the state of the Cardinals offense. It has the edge at nearly every position on offense.
Seahawks 20, Cardinals 10