Using The Numbers to Break Down Sundays Seahawks And Cardinals Match Up

Following their Week 6 bye, the Seahawks begin a stretch with three of their next four games on the road beginning with a trip to the desert to face the Cardinals this Sunday. Three of the four games will be against NFC West opponents, Seattle’s first of the year.  Kickoff is set for 5:20pm PST

Seattle has not lost at Arizona since the 2012 season opener and Russell Wilson’s first-career game, holding a 6-0-1 record in the last seven meetings in Phoenix. Conversely, Arizona has had success on the road in Seattle, carrying a 5-2 record in its last seven trips to the Pacific Northwest.

This will be the 43rd meeting between the two clubs with the Seahawks leading 21-20-1. The Cardinals won the last meeting, 27-13, on December 22 in Seattle.

HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON

2020 Regular SeasonSEAHAWKSCARDINALS
Record5-04-2
Total Yards Gained1,9792,415
Total Offense ( NFL Ranks)395 (8)402.5 (5)
Rush Offense115.4 (17)161.0 (4)
Pass Offense280.4 (4)241.5 (T18)
Points Per Game33.8 (1)27.7 (11)
Total  Yards Allowed2,3562,077
Total  Defense471.2 (32)346.2 (13)
Rush Defense100.8 (7)119.7 (17)
Pass Defense370.4 (32)226.5 (11)
Points/Allowed/Game27.0 ( T18)18.7 (2)
Possession Avg28:2228:59
Sacked /Yds. Lost15/1009/38
Sacks Made/Yds.Lost9/3117/130
Interceptions By73
Penalties/ Yds23/16949/368
Punts/Avg22/49.623/43.7
Turnover Differential+6 (T1)0(T17)

2020 STAT LEADERS

 SEAHAWKSVIKINGS
RushingChris CarsonKenyan Drake
 289 (61-4.7-3)478 (105-4.6-4)
PassingRussell WilsonKyler Murray
 1,502 (169-123-19-3129.8)1,487 (205-135-10-6-91.3)
ReceptionTyler LockettDeAndre Hopkins
 30 (342-11.4-4)47 (601-12.8-2)
ScoringChris CarsonKyler Murray
(Non kicker)3636
Sacks Adams &MayowaHaason Reddick
 2.04.0
IntGriffin & Nealthree tied
 21
PuntingMichael DicksonAndy Lee
 49.6/45.1 net (14 In 20)43./40.2 net (8 In 20)
KickingJason MyersZane Gonzales
 27 (2/2 FG,21/21 PAT)40 (7/9 FG, 19/20 PAT)

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