Seahawks vs. Cardinals Odds: Seattle Opens As Slight Underdogs In Season Finale

The Seahawks look to finish in second place with a win over Arizona.

The Seattle Seahawks have experienced a 2011 season full of highs and lows, and the team will attempt to finish the regular season on a solid note when they travel south to take on the Arizona Cardinals. With both teams eliminated from playoff contention there is not too much riding on the line this weekend, although the winner will finish their season with a .500 record, while the other will fall to 7-9 and receive the better draft pick.

Heading into the week, the Seahawks will be three point underdogs when they take on the Cardinals in Phoenix. Various websites have the point spread as low as 2 1/2 points, while others have the Cards as high as 3 1/2. The over/under for points is set at 36 1/2 points for the NFC West matchup.

Again, there is not a whole lot to play for this weekend other than pride, but it's always nice to end the regular season on a winning note. The Seahawks have a lot to build from in 2012 and a second place finish in the division would be a nice building block.

For more on the game and everything Seahawks, head on over to Field Gulls.

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