The Seattle Seahawks mercilessly dismantled the visiting Arizona Cardinals in Week 14, winning 58-0.
It was so bad that Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll pulled rookie quarterback Russell Wilson early in the third quarter to put Matt Flynn in the ballgame.
The Seahawks won the game with stifling defense and a potent rushing attack.
Marshawn Lynch rushed for 124 yards and three touchdowns, and rookie running back Robert Turbin pitched in with 108 yards on 20 carries. The Seahawks ended the game with 286 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.
Wilson played well while he was in, throwing one touchdown and passing for 148 yards.
John Skelton threw zero touchdowns and four interceptions—one of which was returned for a touchdown by Richard Sherman—before Ken Whisenhunt yanked him in favor of rookie Ryan Lindley.
In addition to the four interceptions the Cardinals gave away, the team also lost four fumbles.
The Seahawks improved to 8-5 on the season and will travel to face the Buffalo Bills in Week 15, while the Cardinals fell to 4-9 and will host the Detroit Lions next Sunday.
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