Arizona Cardinals-Seattle Seahawks: Score, news, analysis, notes

The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals play on Sunday, Jan. 7 at State Farm Stadium in a game on the NFL Week 18 schedule.

The game can be seen at 2:25 p.m. MST on FOX (stream with free trial from FUBO).

Conner hits 1,000 yards

James Conner surpassed 1,000 rushing yards in the season on a carry in the third quarter.

It’s the first time Conner has rushed for more than 1,000 yards in a season. He has 15 carries for 112 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the Seahawks.

Cardinals 13, Seahawks 13 (3:37 Q3)

Cardinals-Seahawks tied in third

James Conner broke free for a 29-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter. The point after tied the game at 13-all.

The four-play drive covered 87 yards and took 2:14 off the clock.

On the drive, Kyler Murray completed a 25-yard pass to Elijah Higgins and a 24-yard pass to Conner.

Murray is now 11-for-16 for 164 yards.

Cardinals 13, Seahawks 13 (10:33 Q3)

Cardinals-Seahawks at the half

The Seahawks will take a 13-6 lead into the second half.

The Cardinals added a second field goal from Matt Prater — this one from 34 yards.

Seattle responded by going 64 yards and kicking a 29-yard field goal when it ran out of time in the half.

Seattle QB Geno Smith is 8-for-17 for 111 yards and a touchdown. Kyler Murray is 9-for-14 for 105 yards passing plus 30 yards on the ground.

James Conner has 11 carries for 55 yards for the Cardinals. Kenneth Walker has 10 carries for 55 yards for the Seahawks.

Seahawks 13, Cardinals 6 (halftime)

Seattle scores TD

Geno Smith found Will Dissley for a 19-yard pass as the Seahawks took a 10-3 lead.

Most of the 75-yard drive came through the air. Smith completed a 37-yard pass to Tyler Lockett.

Smith is 6-for-11 passing for 102 yards and a touchdown.

Seahawks 10, Cardinals 3 (7:06 Q2)

Cardinals tie it up

Matt Prater’s 23-yard field goal was good and the Arizona Cardinals are tied with the Seattle Seahawks.

The Cardinals could have had a touchdown on the drive. Arizona worked its way to the Seattle 2, thanks largely to a 33-yard run by Kyler Murray.

However, once at the 2, the Cardinals were backed up with Murray was forced out of bounds on a keeper.

Murray is 4-for-8 passing for 57 yards. He has two carries for 30 yards.

Cardinals 3, Seahawks 3 (11:08 Q2)

End of the first

The Seahawks and Cardinals traded punts throughout the first quarter with the Seattle field goal remaining the difference.

The Cardinals have picked up just three first downs to the Seahawks six. Arizona has 54 yards of total offense to Seattle’s 88.

Seahawks 3, Cardinals 0 (End Q1)

Seahawks score first

Seattle put together an 11-play, 78 yard drive for the first points of the game.

Jason Myers kicked a 33-yard field goal for the 3-0 lead.

Among the key plays was a 21-yard pass from Geno Smith to Will Dissly that moved the Seahawks to the Cardinals 21. The drive stalled there.

Arizona wasn’t able to do anything on its second possession and punted again

Seahawks 3, Cardinals 0 (2:59 Q1)

Seattle wins coin flip

The Seahawks won the coin toss and deferred to the second half.

The Arizona Cardinals received the ball with Greg Dortch running the ball out from the 1-yard line. Arizona began its first series on its 18.

The Cardinals worked their way to their 48 before being forced to punt. Blake Gillikin’s punt was downed at the Seattle 7.

Cardinals-Seahawks inactives

State Farm Stadium roof to be closed

The roof at State Farm Stadium is expected to be closed for Sunday’s game between the Cardinals and Seahawks.

The temperature at kickoff is expected to be in the mid-50s with a 48% chance of rain. There is a chance of showers most of the day.

Fans can always get the most up-to-date roof status by calling the State Farm Stadium roof hotline at 623-433-7663.

How can I stream the Cardinals-Seahawks game?

All 14 games on Sunday can be seen on sites that stream NBC, FOX and CBS, including FUBO TV (free trial).

Kevin Kugler (play-by-play) and Mark Sanchez (analyst) will call the Seahawks at Cardinals matchup.

NOTE: Every Week 18 NFL Sunday game can be streamed locally on FUBO, click here for a free trial

The Seahawks are a 3-point favorite over the Cardinals in NFL Week 18 odds for the game, courtesy of BetMGM Sportsbook.

Seattle is -145 on the moneyline, while Arizona is +120.

The over/under (point total) is set at 47.5 points.

The Seahawks are coming off a 30-23 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers in their NFL Week 17 game.

The Cardinals are coming off a 35-31 win against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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What to know before the game?

Playoff pitcture:Arizona Cardinals can wreck Seattle Seahawks’ hopes with win Sunday

Arizona Cardinals NFL draft scenarios:No. 2 through No. 7 pick in play before NFL Week 18

What could have been:As Arizona Cardinals’ season comes to a close, Budda Baker reflects

Who might be back?Examining the Arizona Cardinals’ group of impending free agents

Injury report:Arizona Cardinals’ left tackle D.J. Humphries has torn ACL, puts 2024 season in jeopardy

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