SEATTLE 58, ARIZONA 0 FINAL
Arizona committed eight turnovers in the loss and had just 10 first downs for the game. The Cards were limited to 154 yards of offense as they dropped their ninth straight game to sink to 4-9.
John Skelton threw four interceptions and fumbled twice, losing one, before yielding to Ryan Lindley in the middle of the third quarter. Cornerback Richard Sherman made two of those interceptions and recovered a fumble for Seattle. Sherman also ran one of those interceptions back for a touchdown.
Patrick Peterson lost a pair of fumbles on punt returns that gave Seattle short fields to work with.
Seattle (8-5) improved to 6-0 at home and continued to keep pace with the San Francisco 49ers for the top spot in the NFC West with the win. The 58 points are the most points scored in a single game in franchise history.
Marshawn Lynch scored three touchdowns on 11 carries and picked up 128 yards. Robert Turbin had 20 carries for 108 yards in the win.
Arizona hosts Detroit next week but the bigger question is how will this embarrassing result potentially shake up the coaching staff? Could this drubbing force the hand of ownership to make changes now?