Seattle 34 (6-1) - Arizona 22 (3-4)
Another win on the road and another display to show that the Seattle Seahawks are to be taken seriously. Whether you think they are the best team in the NFC or whether you think it is the New Orleans Saints, it probably matters not to Pete Carroll.
Russell Wilson was again in good form as he threw for 235 for 3 touchdowns. Marshawn Lynch had 21 carries for 91 yards and Golden Tate had 4 receptions for 77 yards.
The Seahawks defensive line did their duty, creating takeaways to ensure the offense returned to the football field.
Cardinals QB Carson Palmer threw two picks as Arizona as Bruce Arians continues to look for answers to solve a stuttering offense. Veteran WR Larry Fitzgerald had very little impact on the game. Arizona fans will be left feeling deflated after tonight's loss but the Seahawks were just too strong on the night.
A 6-1 start is the best in team history. The chemistry through coaching staff, players, support staff and the fans is there for all to see. The weak link in the chain was always going to be the ability to win on the road. Tonight the Seahawks did not play like a team with that demon hanging over them. This is an exciting team to watch with quality football players all over the field. Russell Wilson will no doubt be a future NFL MVP but right now his feet will be firmly on the ground as he looks West to St. Louis in week 8. Strangely enough the Seahawks look the hungriest of teams in the NFL right now. A big call it maybe - look at the body language of the players and coaches on camera, confidence, belief and team spirit, it all seems to be there.
The Seahawks are showing consistency and the will to win on all three phases. Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams could well be in for another Seattle steamroller in week 8.
Credit to the Seahawks, they will be the talk of the NFL for the next few days.