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5:25 p.m., University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.

TV: NFL Network, JoeTV (cable Ch. 10). Radio: 710-AM, 97.3-FM.

The series: Tied at 14. The last time the teams met, the Seahawks won, 58-0, at CenturyLink Field on Dec. 9, 2012.

What to watch: If the Seahawks can run on the stout Arizona run defense. In large part because of Russell Wilson’s scrambling success the past three weeks, the Seahawks are second in the league in rushing. The Cardinals’ rush defense is fifth in the league. Arizona has allowed just one rusher to run for more than 100 yards this season, and that was San Francisco’s Frank Gore, who ran for 101 yards last week in the 49ers’ win.

The pick: Seahawks, 24-10.

Prime numbers


No. NamePos.Ht.Wt.Year

24 Marshawn LynchRB5-11215seventh

He is good to go despite missing a bit of practice again this week.

50 K.J. Wright LB6-4246third

This will be his second consecutive week running everything at middle linebacker.

60Max UngerC6-5305fifth

Pro Bowl center returned last week from triceps injury, has to go again on short week.

72Michael BennettDT6-4274fifth

Arizona QB Carson Palmer is very sackable. Bennett should get to him.

86Zach MillerTE6-5255seventh

Miller is back after missing the past two weeks because of a hamstring injury.


No. NamePos.Ht.Wt.Year

3Carson PalmerQB6-523511th

Has turned the ball over often this season (11 interceptions, one lost fumble).

38Andre EllingtonRB5-9199first

Averaging 7.0 yards per carry as backup running back.

56 Karlos DansbyLB 6-425010th

In second stint with Arizona, leads the NFL with 55 solo tackles.

90 Darnell DockettDE6-429010th

The veteran leads the Cardinals with four sacks.

93 Calais CampbellDE6-8300sixth

Cardinals hoping their best defensive end can play after he suffered a neck injury against 49ers.