Cardinals vs. Seahawks: Game time, live stream, TV coverage

Complete information for Sunday's game between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks.
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Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks

The Arizona Cardinals (9-1) play at the Seattle Seahawks (6-4) on Sunday in a matchup of two top NFC West teams. The Cardinals lead the division by three games over the Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers, and they've won six straight following their only loss of the season. The Seahawks had a three-game winning streak snapped Sunday afternoon by the Kansas City Chiefs.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to Watch

Details for Sunday's game are below:

Kickoff: 4:05 p.m.

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV Coverage: FOX

Radio: For a list of Cardinals affiliates, click here. For a list of Seahawks affiliates, click here.

Season Recaps


Week 11: Cardinals 14, Lions 6

The Cardinals scored all 14 of their points in the first quarter and held on with Drew Stanton starting at quarterback after Carson Palmer was lost for the year with a knee injury. Stanton went 21-of-32 for 306 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions, connecting with Michael Floyd for both scores. The Cardinals allowed the Lions inside their 20-yard line just once, and that came off a Stanton interception. The win was Arizona's sixth straight and gave the team its best 10-game start since 1948.

Week 10: Cardinals 31, Rams 14

Thrust into action once Palmer went down in the fourth quarter, Stanton engineered a comeback drive with Arizona trailing 14-10. A 48-yard touchdown pass to John Brown put them ahead for good, as Arizona scored twice more -- both on defense -- in the remaining 7:40. The eighth-year veteran completed three of his five pass attempts for 85 yards and a touchdown. Larry Fitzgerald caught nine passes for 112 yards.

Week 9: Cardinals 28, Cowboys 17

Arizona scored 14 points in both the second and fourth quarters, while Palmer threw three touchdowns after an early interception. Andre Ellington rushed 21 times for 95 yards, and Fitzgerald caught five passes for 70 yards. The win gave Arizona sole possession of the NFC's best record, the first time it had accomplished that feat that late in the season since 1974.

Week 8: Cardinals 24, Eagles 20

Brown hauled in a 75-yard toss from Palmer with 1:21 remaining to lift the Cardinals over the Eagles. That came after a goal-line stand that forced the Eagles to settle for a 20-yard field goal and 20-17 lead with 1:56 remaining. Palmer went 20-of-42 for 329 yards and two touchdowns, while Fitzgerald caught seven passes for 160 yards and the touchdown.

Week 7: Cardinals 24, Raiders 13

Palmer threw for 253 yards and two touchdowns in his return to Oakland, sending the Raiders to their 12th straight loss. Palmer also threw an interception, Arizona's first of the season after more than five games. Ellington gained a season-high 160 yards from scrimmage.

Week 6: Cardinals 30, Redskins 20

Palmer returned to action after struggling to throw the football for nearly five weeks due to a nerve injury he suffered in the season opener. He went 28-of-44 for 250 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions. Arizona took advantage of four Washington turnovers; the Cardinals, on the other hand, committed no turnovers. They did, however, commit 14 penalties for 108 yards.

Week 5: Broncos 41, Cardinals 20

The Cardinals lost their first game of the season when Peyton Manning exploded for 479 yards and four touchdowns, including the 500th of his career. Stanton was knocked out of the game after suffering a concussion in the third quarter, and Arizona was limited to 215 yards (3.8 per play). 

Week 4: Bye

Week 3: Cardinals 23, 49ers 14

After entering halftime down 14-6, the Cardinals scored 17 unanswered points as Stanton threw two third-quarter touchdowns and Chandler Catanzaro added a 35-yard field goal in the fourth. The win snapped Arizona's four-game losing streak to San Francisco. The victory was only the Cardinals' second win against the 49ers in their last 11 meetings. The 49ers opened the game with a pair of 80-yard touchdown drives, but Arizona rallied to win the game. 

Week 2: Cardinals 25, Giants 14

Ted Ginn Jr. returned a fourth-quarter punt 71 yards for a touchdown, giving the Cardinals the lead for good with 10 minutes remaining. Arizona benefited from four New York turnovers while committing none itself. Arizona pulled off its second-straight fourth-quarter rally.

Week 1: Cardinals 18, Chargers 17

In his first NFL game, John Brown caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Palmer with 2:25 remaining to clinch the Cardinals' season-opening win. Palmer had the best game of his injury-shortened season, going 24-of-37 for 304 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions. The Cardinals fell behind 17-6 in the third quarter before coming from behind for the win.


Week 11: Chiefs 24, Seahawks 20

After a 1-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Tony Moeaki with 23 seconds left in the third quarter, Seattle went scoreless in the fourth en route to their fourth loss. The Seahawks were unable to contain Jamaal Charles, who rushed for 159 yards (8.0 per carry) and two touchdowns. Wilson threw for touchdowns and Marshawn Lynch rushed for 124 yards, but Seattle went just 2-of-5 in the red zone and committed eight penalties for 50 yards.

Week 10: Seahawks 38, Giants 17

Lynch ran for a career-high four touchdowns as the Seahawks gained a franchise-record 350 rushing yards, the most in the NFL since 2012. Lynch had 140 and Wilson added 107, making the Seahawks the first NFL team to have a running back rush for four touchdowns and a quarterback rush for at least 100 yards in the same game. The Giants were sharp in the first half, as Eli Manning threw for 192 yards and a touchdown. A Manning interception with the game tied in the third quarter, however, dented the Giants' chances of winning the game.

Week 9: Seahawks 30, Raiders 24

Seattle committed nine penalties at the cost of 65 yards and saw a 24-3 first-half lead shrink to 24-17 by the end of the third quarter, but two Steven Hauschka field goals in the fourth-quarter clinched the game for the Seahawks. Lynch gained 143 all-purpose yards and added two touchdowns, while Bruce Irvin returned an interception 35 yards for a first-quarter touchdown. 

Week 8: Seahawks 13, Panthers 9

For the third straight year, the Seahawks needed late-game touchdown passes from Wilson to come from behind to beat the Panthers on their home field. Luke Wilson hauled in a 23-yard pass with 47 seconds, allowing Seattle to overcome its two turnovers and seven penalties for 41 yards. Hauschka added two field goals, including a 58-yarder in the second quarter.

Week 7: Rams 28, Seahawks 26

An 18-yard pass on a fake punt and a pair of long special teams returns helped St. Louis stun Seattle. The Seahawks outgained the Rams 463-275 and ran 20 more plays, but Johnny Hekker's successful fake-punt pass allowed St. Louis to hold onto the ball for the game's final two minutes. Stedman Bailey returned a punt 90 yards in the second quarter for a 21-3 Rams lead, while Benny Cunningham -- who also caught Hekker's pass on the fake punt -- had a 75-yard return off a squibbed kickoff.

Week 6: Cowboys 30, Seahawks 23

Seattle managed only 206 yards and struggled to contain DeMarco Murray in its first of two straight losses. Murray rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown against a Seahawks defense that hadn't allowed more than 38 yards to a running back all season. Seattle had a chance to tie the game after getting the ball back down 30-23 with 1:09 to go, but Rolando McClain picked off a pass from Wilson, who went 14-of-28 on the day.

Week 5: Seahawks 27, Redskins 17

Wilson had a career day, running for a career-high 122 yards on top of his 18-of-24 and two-touchdown performance through the air. Percy Harvin also had three touchdowns called back for penalties, instead finishing with four receptions for 27 yards and zero scores. 

Week 4: Bye

Week 3: Seahawks 26, Broncos 20

The defending-champion Seahawks won the Super Bowl XLVIII rematch after a 13-play, 80-yard drive to open overtime ended with a 6-yard Lynch touchdown run. Seattle entered halftime up 17-3, and that score held until the fourth quarter, when Peyton Manning led a pair of touchdown drives and the Broncos forced the Seahawks into a safety. Wilson finished 24-of-34 for 258 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

Week 2: Charges 30, Seahawks 21

Phillip Rivers and Antonio Gates connected for three touchdowns, including one in the third quarter to put San Diego up by 13 points. The Chargers held the ball for 42:15 compared to the Seahawks' 1:45, yet only outgained Seattle 377-288.

Week 1: Seahawks 36, Packers 16

Wilson threw for two touchdowns while Lynch rushed for 110 yards and a pair of scores to follow up the Seahawks' big Super Bowl win with another blowout victory. Seattle held Green Bay's offense to 255 yards, and also out-rushed the Packers 207-80.