The Seattle Seahawks have out-gained the Arizona Cardinals by a 210-69 margin in the first half and yet the Cardinals only trail 17-10 at halftime.
Calais Campbell, playing just four days after being stretchered off the field in San Francisco on Sunday, blew up a quarterback sneak attempt by Wilson on a 4th and 1 at the Cardinals’ 43-yard line. The ensuing drive led to the first points by Arizona against Seattle in six quarters of play dating back to last season.
It took the Cardinals everything they could muster offensively to get those points. It took an 11-play, 26-yard drive before a Jay Feely 49-yard field goal got Arizona on the board. Seattle had outscored Arizona by a 72-0 margin dating back to their last game in Dec. 2012 before Feely’s field goal.
Steven Hauschka added a 51-yard field goal at the end of the half for Seattle to extend the lead to 17-10.