After two straight road games, the Seahawks return home this week for a division game against Arizona.
Seattle's game against Arizona will be a rematch of the season opener which the Cardinals won 20-16. Sunday's game will also be the Seahawks first home game against a division opponent this season. Of Seattle's final four regular season games, three are at home against division opponents.
The game will also Seattle's first home game in nearly a month. Seattle last played at home on November 11 with a bye week and two road contests in-between. The Seahawks will attempt to improve their playoff position as they chase San Francisco in the NFC West. San Francisco will host the Miami Dolphins while the St. Louis Rams will go on the road to face the Buffalo Bills.
There are several 6-6 teams chasing the Seahawks in the standings. Of them, the Washington Redskins will host the Baltimore Ravens, the Dallas Cowboys will go on the road to face the Cincinnati Bengals, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings will host the Chicago Bears.
Here is a closer look at some of this week's games which impact Seattle:
12/9 1:25 p.m. PT: Seattle vs. Arizona
12/9 10 a.m. PT: St. Louis at Buffalo
12/9 10 a.m. PT: Dallas at Cincinnati
12/9 10 a.m. PT: Chicago at Minnesota
12/9 10 a.m. PT: Philadelphia at Tampa Bay
12/9 10 a.m. PT: Baltimore at Washington
12/9 1:05 p.m. PT: San Francisco vs. Miami