Originally posted on NorthWest Sports Beat  |  Last updated 12/10/12
Love ‘em & hate ‘em Week 14 This past Sunday the Seattle Seahawks set single-game franchise records with points scored and margin of defeat in a 58-0 stomping of the Arizona Cardinals. The victory was the first divisional win of the season, and it occurred in superb fashion. This was an excellent example of firing on all cylinders – as the offense, defense and special teams each had huge impacts on the game to seal away the victory. Now the Seahawks stand at 8-5 and hold the fifth seed in the NFC playoff race. Here is what I loved and hated from Sunday’s victory. Love ‘em The Running Game Arizona’s run defense has depreciated throughout the season due to injuries, and the Seahawks attacked them where they were weak. Marshawn Lynch is the NFL’s second leading rusher behind Adrian Peterson, and he took it to the Cardinals early and often on Sunday. Lynch had a season-high 128 yards on a season-low 11 carries, while notching up another season-high of 3 touchdowns. Our offensive lin...
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