Brady Henderson, ESPN.com: Seahawks 26, Cardinals 21
Henderson's 'Bold Prediction': Quinton Jefferson, who has been Seattle's best defensive lineman this season, will have pair of sacks. Kyler Murray has been sacked more times (16) than all but one quarterback, despite facing blitzes on only 24.2% of his dropbacks, which is 18th most among QBs, according to ESPN charting.
Josh Weinfuss, ESPN.com: Seahawks 28, Cardinals 17
Weinfuss: Larry Fitzgerald hasn't had a 100-yard game against Seattle since 2017, but that could change Sunday. Fitzgerald has gotten off to his best start (18 receptions, 253 yards, two touchdowns) through three games since 2015, and it's one of the best stretches to start a season in his career. He needs five catches Sunday to move into second on the NFL's all-time receptions list.
Pete Prisco, CBSSports.com: Seahawks 33, Cardinals 21
Prisco: The Seahawks are coming off a bad home loss to the Saints. But they should rebound here. The Arizona defense is bad and Russell Wilson will have a big day throwing it. This will be ugly.
Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com: Seahawks 31, Cardinals 21
Rosenthal: Russell Wilson is already having one of those seasons every Hall of Fame QB experiences, in which his hard-earned knowledge and experience matches his uncanny physical skills.
Todd Haislop, Sporting News: Seahawks 31, Cardinals 17
Haislop: Kyler Murray needs to match his talent with composure, and he can learn how to do just that by watching Russell Wilson gracefully pick apart Arizona both through the air and on the ground.
Michael David-Smith, ProFootballTalk.com: Seahawks 28, Cardinals 21
MDS: The Seahawks were a major disappointment last week, losing at home to a depleted Saints team. This week they should get back on track against a Cardinals team that still has a lot of rebuilding to do.
Mike Florio, ProFootballTalk.com: Seahawks 34, Cardinals 17
Florio: The rest of the NFL is quickly figuring out the Kliff Kingsbury offense.