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Game Day: Arizona Cardinals end regular season vs. Seahawks in Seattle
Cardinals vs. Seahawks
When: Sunday, 2:25 p.m.
Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle
TV: Channel 10 (FOX). Play-By-Play: Chris Myers Analyst: Daryl Johnston Sideline: Laura Okmin
Radio: Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. Play-By-Play: Dave Pasch, analyst: Ron Wolfley, sideline: Paul Calvisi
Spanish Radio: 105.1 FM Latino Mix. Play-By-Play: Gabriel Trujillo, analyst: Rolando Cantu
The Cardinals bring a two-game winning streak at CenturyLink Field into this week’s game in Seattle and will look to match their longest road win streak against the Seahawks (Cards won three straight between 1976 and 1993) with a win on Sunday.
The NFL’s two oldest head coaches – Pete Carroll (66 years old) and Bruce Arians (65 years old) – square off for the 10th time as coaches of these division rivals.
Arizona’s victory over New York last week was the 49th win for Arians as head coach of the Cardinals, tying him with Ken Whisenhunt for most wins by a head coach in franchise history (postseason included).
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald – now the oldest player in NFL history with 100 catches in a season – enters the final week of the regular season with 101 catches, just two receptions behind the NFL leader: Miami’s Jarvis Landry (103). Fitzgerald has led the league in receptions twice (2005, 2016).
The NFL leader in both sacks (15.0) and tackles for loss (25) in 2017, LB Chandler Jones enters the final week of the regular season needing two sacks to establish a new franchise single-season record. Simeon Rice (16.5 in 1999) holds the current mark.
Seattle enters the game needing a win and a Falcons loss/tie OR a tie and a Falcons loss to earn a spot in the postseason.
With a win, the Cardinals would match the longest road win streak in series history and hand Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll the first three-game home losing streak against a single opponent during his eight-year (2010-2017) tenure. A victory would also tilt the all-time series record – currently knotted at 18-18-1 – in the Cardinals favor and even their road record against the Seahawks at 10-10.
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