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Seahawks Shut Out Cardinals 58-0

Going into Sunday’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals, there wasn’t much of a story to be told. But Seattle crushed Arizona with a 58-0 victory, stunning everyone watching — and themselves too.

“I’ve never been involved where the ball falls your way every single time,” said Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman after the game.

And that it did.

The Seahawks were on point throughout the entire day, and right from the very start. The first four times they had they had the ball they scored, putting them up 24-0 in the second quarter, discouraging if you’re Arizona. After that they forced eight turnovers and four interceptions, two of which were fumbles on punt returns, and one recovered by Malcolm Smith for a touchdown. And it wasn’t long before the Cardinals knew it was over.

The Seahawks have been fairly consistent all season, but have been nearly unstoppable for the past few weeks. This win puts the Seahawks up to 6-0 when playing at home; and that puts them within shooting distance of going 8-0, something they haven’t done since 2005 when they went to the Super Bowl.

The win also gives the Seahawks their largest win margin in the team’s history. And although they’ve had large scores in the past, going into the game this weekend their biggest win margin was just nine points!

For Arizona on the other hand, it’s their ninth consecutive loss; a record they haven’t held since 1943 when the franchise was still in Chicago and they held an 0 for 10 record.

But the Seahawks will celebrate their big win for a short time.

Safety Earl Thomas said after the game, “It’s just a stepping stone. I think we’re getting hot at the right time. It’s getting late in the season, and we’re ready for this push to the playoffs.”

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