Seattle Seahawks’ Russell Wilson Continues MVP-Caliber Season with Win over Arizona Cardinals

Seattle – Quarterback Russell Wilson further cemented his case for the league’s Most Valuable Player award as he led the Seattle Seahawks to a hard-fought victory over the division-rival Arizona Cardinals.

Wilson showcased his elite throwing ability and clutch performances, completing 23 of his 28 pass attempts for 250 yards and three touchdowns. His ability to make crucial plays in critical moments proved to be the difference-maker, fueling the Seahawks’ offensive success.

Wide receiver DK Metcalf had a standout game, finishing with seven receptions for 108 yards and a touchdown. Metcalf’s combination of size, speed, and physicality made him a constant threat for Arizona’s defense, consistently winning contested catches and making big plays downfield.

Defensively, safety Jamal Adams and linebacker Bobby Wagner played key roles in containing the Cardinals’ offense. Adams’ presence in the secondary provided a disruptive force, while Wagner’s leadership and football IQ led to crucial stops and a game-changing interception.

The victory over the Cardinals propelled the Seahawks to the top of the NFC West. With Wilson’s exceptional play and a resilient team mindset, Seattle remains a strong contender in the highly competitive NFC.