- Associated Press - Thursday, December 18, 2014

SEATTLE (10-4) at ARIZONA (11-3)

Sunday, 8:30 p.m., ET, NBC

OPENING LINE - Seahawks by 7½

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Seattle 7-6-1, Arizona 10-4

SERIES RECORD - Cardinals lead 16-15

LAST MEETING - Seahawks beat Cardinals 19-3, Nov. 23, 2014

LAST WEEK - Seahawks beat 49ers 17-7, Cardinals beat Rams 12-6

AP PRO32 RANKING - Seahawks No. 2, Cardinals No. 5

SEAHAWKS OFFENSE - OVERALL (11), RUSH (1), PASS (31)

SEAHAWKS DEFENSE - OVERALL (1), RUSH (5), PASS (1)

CARDINALS OFFENSE - OVERALL (24), RUSH (28), PASS (15)

CARDINALS DEFENSE - OVERALL (14), RUSH (6), PASS (29)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Seahawks second in NFL in points allowed (17.3 per game), Cardinals third (17.4). … Arizona plus-12 in turnover ratio (tied for third in NFL), Seattle plus-8 (sixth). … Seattle leads NFL in fewest first downs allowed per game (17.5), Arizona fifth (18.5). … Seattle one of two teams to win at Arizona since Bruce Arians became Cardinals coach. … Seahawks are 4-3 on road, Arizona 7-0 at home. … In first meeting, Cardinals held Marshawn Lynch to 39 yards in 15 carries, 13 on one play. … Cardinals sacked Russell Wilson seven times in previous meeting, but he had 73 yards rushing in 10 attempts. … In past four games, Seattle has allowed 27 points (6.8 per game), 752 yards (188 per game) and had 16 sacks. … Seahawks are 12-1 in prime time games under Pete Carroll. … Cardinals defense has scored NFL-best nine touchdowns (seven interception returns, two fumbles). … Ryan Lindley fourth QB to play for Arizona this season. … Lindley started four games as Arizona rookie in 2012, throwing for 752 yards, with no touchdowns and seven interceptions. He didn’t play as Arizona’s No. 3 QB last season. … Cardinals never have won 12 games in season. … Arizona had two best rushing games of season in past two games - 143 yards against St. Louis, 141 against Kansas City. … WR Larry Fitzgerald one TD shy of becoming 10th NFL player with 90 touchdown receptions.

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