Week 10: Seahawks at Cardinals Picks & Predictions

Check out which side the national media is predicting to win Thursday night's matchup between the Seahawks and Cardinals in Arizona.

Check out which side the national media is predicting to win Thursday night's matchup between the Seahawks and Cardinals in Arizona:

Pete Prisco at CBSSports.com thinks the Seahawks get back on track with a 19-16 victory in the desert, "The Cardinals won with Drew Stanton last Sunday at San Francisco, but it's going to be a lot tougher here. The Seattle defense is much better and playing well – except for a late-game touchdown last week to the Redskins. Russell Wilson and the offense need to get back on track here. I think they do. It will be ugly, but Seattle takes it."

Kent Somers at AZCentral.com predicts a 23-14 victory for Seattle, "Seattle is the better team and it's 3-0-1 in the past four games in Glendale. The Cardinals, however, have a chance, especially if (Earl) Thomas doesn't play. But I think too much has to go right for the Cardinals to pull off the upset."

Vinnie Iyer at Sporting News sees a 24-14 Seattle win, "Expect them to shut down Adrian Peterson and rattle Drew Stanton while Russell Wilson rebounds with more big plays and less mistakes."

David Steele at Sporting News predicts a 20-16 win for the Seahawks.

Michael David Smith and Mike Florio at ProFootballTalk each project a 20-17 Seahawks win, with MDS writing, "The Cardinals played better than I was expecting without Carson Palmer on Sunday, in large part because Adrian Peterson has been rejuvenated in Arizona. But I think the Seahawks' defense should shut the Cardinals' offense down."

John Breech at CBSSports.com shares his Week 10 picks, taking the Seahawks to win 24-16 over the Cardinals.

Maurice Moton at BleacherReport.com predicts a 27-10 Seattle win.

Seven of eight panelists at SBNation.com side with the Seahawks and nine of 10 experts polled so far at ESPN.com select the Seahawks to win.

Take a look back through history at the Seahawks' matchups against the Cardinals as the two teams ready to face off during Week 10 at University of Phoenix Stadium for Thursday Night Football. 

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