Battle For Divisional Supremacy

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Seahawks v Cardinals

CenturyLink Field, Seattle

Monday November 24 – 7:05 AM (AEST)




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Arizona faces Seattle in Washington on Monday (AEST), with a victory all but guaranteeing them the NFC West title.

The Cardinals have been, by far, the best team in the League this season. They don’t have the Peyton Mannings or the DeMarco Murrays in their side, but they remain 9-1 in 2014/2015 and dominating the NFC division . When first string quarterback Carson Palmer went down two weeks ago, everyone thought this was the inevitable end of Arizona’s impressive season. But fill-in QB Drew Stanton proved doubters wrong, with a career-high 306 yards against Detroit last week. Arizona is the perfect example of an all-round team, with cornerback Patrick Peterson leading the Cardies' impressive defence. They've conceded just 176 points this season, second only to the Lions, who are an intimidating force in the NFC North Division . 

This time last season, the Seahawks were in the same position the Cardinals are now, 10-1 and heading for their six Divisional title in nine years. But quarterback Russell Wilson is a shadow of the man who lead Seattle to Super Bowl XLVIII only nine months ago. Ranked second last in the league for passing yards (191.8), he has only managed 13 touchdowns, half of what he managed in the 2013/2014 regular season. Even with his poor performances this season, he is still one of the favourites in the MVP market , sitting just behind outright favourite Peyton Manning .

The last time these two met, Arizona ended Seattle’s 14-game home win streak with an impressive 17-10 victory. Given both teams have the offense to post some big numbers, it's no surprise TattsBet punters continue to favour the Over’s in this epic encounter



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