The Seattle Seahawks went on the road and dominated the Arizona Cardinals 34-22 in a game that wasn't nearly as close as the score might suggest. As good as the Seahawks looked at times, there were also a couple of key mistakes that will need to be cleaned up before the Seahawks take on the St. Louis Rams next week.
The Seahawks overcame a couple of bad turnovers deep inside their own territory by dominating on the defensive side of the ball for much of the night. The Seahawks were also able to sustain drives better than they have all season, leading to some impressive offensive numbers.
So just who was to blame for Seattle's miscues, and who was responsible for helping the team run away with an easy victory? Let's find out with this week's report card.
- A's are reserved for individual players who dominated the opposition.
- B's are for players who played well but didn't dominate.
- C grades are given to players who struggled for most of the game.
- D's are for players who truly struggled and were occasionally dominated by the opposition.
- F grades are rare and reserved only for players who were completely dominated by the other team on almost every play.
- + and - modifiers bridge the gaps inside those definitions.