Following their Week 6 bye, the Seahawks begin a stretch with three of their next four games on the road beginning with a trip to the desert to face the Cardinals this Sunday. Three of the four games will be against NFC West opponents, Seattle’s first of the year. Kickoff is set for 1:05 p.m. (PT). Seattle has not lost at Arizona since the 2012 season opener and Russell Wilson’s first-career game, holding a 6-0-1 record in the last seven meetings in Phoenix. Conversely, Arizona has had success on the road in Seattle, carrying a 5-2 record in its last seven trips to the Pacific Northwest. This will be the 43rd meeting between the two clubs with the Seahawks leading 21-20-1. The Cardinals won the last meeting, 27-13, on December22 in Seattle.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR
Since 2012, including playoffs, Seattle is 59-0 when leading by four or more points at halftime.
With a win on Sunday, Seattle would start the season 6-0 for the first time in franchise history.
Needs four wins to tie Steve Owen for 21st place on the NFL’s all-time coaches wins list with 153.ALL-TIME SEAHAWKS COACHING RECORDS Regular Season Postseason Combined Pete Carroll 105-59-110-7115-66-1 Mike Holmgren 86-744-690-80 Chuck Knox 80-633-483-67
Needs one touchdown to pass David Sims and Derrick Fenner for seventh-place on Seattle’s all-time rushing touchdowns list with 20.
Needs 278 yards to pass Joey Galloway for sixth-place on Seattle’s all-time receiving yards list with 4,458.
Needs three touchdowns to tie Brian Blades for sixth-place on Seattle’s all-time receiving touchdowns list with 34.
Needs 48 tackles to become the third player since 2000 to record nine-consecutive 100-tackle seasons. MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 100 TACKLES SINCE 2000 London Fletcher 14 Keith Brooking 9 Bobby Wagner, Sea 8 Derrick Brooks 8
Needs one touchdown to tie Dave Brown for first-place on Seattle’s all-time return touchdowns list with 5 (touchdowns scored via interception, fumble, blocked punt, blocked field goal,punt or kickoff). Wagner has three fumble-return touchdowns and one interception-return touchdown in his career.
Needs one more win to tie Peyton Manning for first-place as the NFL’s all-time winningest quarterback in a player’s first nine seasons with 92.
* Needs one completion to pass Matt Hasselbeck for first-place on Seattle’s all-time passing completions list with 2,560.
* Needs three touchdowns to tie Peyton Manning for the most passing touchdowns to open a season in NFL history with 22.
* Needs 292 yards to pass Eli Manning for seventh-place on the NFL’s most passing yards in a quarterback’s first nine seasons list with 31,528.
* Became the fourth-fastest quarterback to 100 combined wins(regular & postseason) after Week 5’s win vs. Minnesota.
* Needs two more home wins to tie Brett Favre and Joe Flacco for first-place as the NFL’s all-time winningest quarterback at home in a player’s first nine seasons with 53.
* His 16 passing touchdowns to open the season tied (Peyton Manning in 2013) for the most in NFL history and became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw four-plus touchdowns in each of his first three games to open the season.
* Needs 21 touchdowns to pass Dan Marino for second-place for the most passing touchdowns in a player’s first nine seasons in NFL history with 267.* Since 2012, leads the NFL with 24 games with at least a 130.0passer rating.
* Is the first quarterback in NFL history with a winning record in each of his first eight seasons.
* Ranks in 10th place on Seattle’s all-time games started list with133.
* Needs three touchdowns to tie Ricky Watters for sixth-place on Seattle’s all-time rushing touchdowns list with 22.
* Needs 305 attempts to pass Matt Hasselbeck for first-place on Seattle’s all-time pass attempts list with 4,251.
* Is Seattle’s all-time winningest quarterback with 100 combined victories (regular season & postseason).
* Has started every game played with 148 straight (133 regular season, 15 postseason). His regular season starts are the second-longest active streak in the NFL.
* His 31-8 record following an in-season loss is the best record by a quarterback since the 1970 merger.