Seahawks Vs. Cardinals Score Update: Seattle Down 10-3 At Halftime

The Arizona Cardinals looked like they might be in danger of giving back more points to the Seattle Seahawks when Rob Housler caught a football from John Skelton for 21 yards, but fumbled the ball and saw K.J. Wright recover the ball deep into Arizona territory. It looked like Seattle would at least come out of this drive with a field goal, but Richard Marshall intercepted a Tarvaris Jackson pass and returned it back to Seattle territory.

After both teams settled for punts on three-and-outs, another dynamic Patrick Peterson punt return set up Arizona deep in Seattle territory, and they only needed to move the football eight yards to set up a Jay Feely 41 yard field goal and put Arizona up 10-3. Seattle has not crossed midfield since the Jackson interception. However, they should feel like they're very much in it down only a touchdown.

To discuss the game with Seahawks fans, head on over to Field Gulls. To talk about the game with Cardinals fans, check out Revenge of the Birds.

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