Seahawks vs. Cardinals Score Update: Tarvaris Jackson Puts Seattle Up 13-10

The Seattle Seahawks have been trying to find the end zone on Sunday, and it took them to the third quarter to finally do it against the Arizona Cardinals. After getting good field position thanks to the Seattle defense pinning the Arizona offense deep, Seattle needed only a 16 yard drive to set up a Steven Hauschka 52 yard field goal, cutting the first half deficit to 10-6.

The first drive by Oakland in the second half was more successful offensively, as Tarvaris Jackson finally got the offense going. Jackson found Doug Baldwin on a crucial third and short conversion, got a Marshawn Lynch three yard pickup on a 3rd and 1. Jackson then hooked up with Baldwin again for 20 yards, Golden Tate for six yards, and Sidney Rice for nine yards to set Arizona up with 1st and 10 at the Seattle 11. After seeing his main read Rice double-covered in the right end zone, Jackson then scrambled left, eluding Cardinals defenders for a go-ahead touchdown. You can watch the Jackson touchdown by going to NFL.com.

To discuss with Seattle fans, head to Field Gulls. To discuss with Arizona fans, head to Revenge of the Birds.

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