3 reasons the Arizona Cardinals can beat the Seahawks

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SEATTLE, WA – SEPTEMBER 22: Wide receiver Michael Thomas #13 of the New Orleans Saints runs is tackled by defensive backs Bradley McDougald #30 of the Seattle Seahawks and Tre Flowers #21 during the second half of a game at CenturyLInk Field on September 22, 2019 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

Sunday’s second half for the Arizona Cardinals was rough in their loss to the Carolina Panthers but now should look forward to beating the Seattle Seahawks

All we can do is move on.  As frustrating as this past Sunday was for the Arizona Cardinals and their fans, it’s time to move on.

The Cardinals will be facing their first NFC West divisional game of the season.  The Seattle Seahawks visit Glendale coming off a home loss to the New Orleans Saints but has not lost in Arizona since 2012.

So why should Cardinals fans have any confidence the Cardinals can right the ship enough for one week to defeat their division rival?  There are three reasons why.

Seahawks defense

Over the first three weeks, the Seahawks have given up 20 to the Cincinnati Bengals, 26 to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and 33 to the Saints at home this past weekend.  The Cardinals are averaging just over 21 points a game.

Most weeks that should be enough.  They did put up 27 against the Detroit Lions.  There is no reason they can’t do the same to the Seahawks.

The Seahawks still have some great players on the defensive side of the ball.  However they aren’t the same team that dominated for years.  Plus, they haven’t seen Kyler Murray yet.

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