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.