Russell Wilson outmaneuvers Kyler Murray as Seattle Seahawks beat Cardinals to lead NFC West

Russell Wilson outmaneuvers Kyler Murray as Seattle Seahawks beat Cardinals to lead NFC West

Carlos Hyde scrambled for a season-high 79 yards and a score and Russell Wilson tossed two scoring passes as the Seattle Seahawks broke a three-path tie on the NFC West with a 28-21 triumph against the meeting Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night. The Seahawks (7-3) moved a half-game in front of the Los Angeles Rams (6-3), who play Monday at Tampa Bay, and a game in front of the Cardinals (6-4).

Hyde was back in action subsequent to missing three games because of a hamstring injury.

The Seahawks’ league-most noticeably awful safeguard restricted the Cardinals’ top-ranked offense to 314 yards, more than 100 underneath their normal (425.5). Arizona increased only 57 yards hurrying subsequent to entering with an alliance best normal of 168.9 per game.

The Cardinals arrived at Seattle’s 27-yard line in the last moment, yet as of late obtaining Carlos Dunlap terminated Kyler Murray on fourth-and-10 to secure the triumph.

Wilson finished 23 of 28 passes for a season-low 197 yards yet didn’t submit a turnover. He tossed score passes of 25 yards to DK Metcalf and 11 yards to Tyler Lockett in the principal half, and the Seahawks took a 16-7 lead into the break. Jason Myers kicked a 27-yard field objective on the last play of the half.

Murray, who was 29 of 42 for 269 yards and two scores, tossed a three-yard scoring pass to Chase Edmonds with 13:19 excess to pull the Cardinals inside 23-21.

Seattle punted on their next belonging, yet supported up the Cardinals to their own 14-yard line. Murray was called for deliberate establishing on first down, putting the back at the two, and JR Sweezy was hailed for holding in the end zone on the following play, giving the Seahawks a wellbeing for a 25-21 lead and the ball. Myers kicked a 41-yard field objective with 2:24 left to give the Seahawks an important lead.

The groups exchanged scores on their first assets of the subsequent half, both supported by close to home foul punishments on the safeguard. Murray tossed a four-yard score pass to Dan Arnold to pull the Cardinals inside 16-14. Hyde scored on a two-yard run at the opposite finish to stretch out Seattle’s lead back to 23-14.

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Topics #Carlos Hyde #Kyler Murray #Russell Wilson #Seattle Seahawks