Both the Cardinals and the Seahawks are looking to rebound from disappointing losses.


Both the Cardinals and the Seahawks are looking to rebound from disappointing losses.

In Week 11, the Arizona Cardinals will try to vent their frustrations on an NFC West foe.

The Seattle Seahawks will, too.

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The Cardinals looked lifeless in a 34-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers, and the Seahawks were shut out 17-0 by the Green Bay Packers in Russell Wilson’s return to the lineup in Week 10.

When the teams meet in Seattle on Sunday, November 21, it’s unclear whether Arizona (8-2) offensive stars Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins will be in uniform.

Due to injury, he did not play in either the Panthers’ loss or the 49ers’ victory in Week 9.

Murray (ankle) and Hopkins (hamstring) are both listed as “day-to-day” by Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury, and their availability against the Seahawks will most likely be determined at game time.

The lengthy injury report for Arizona vs.

Carolina is a big reason why players and coaches aren’t panicking after their season-worst loss.

The Cardinals were also without running back Chase Edmonds (who was placed on injured reserve after suffering a high ankle sprain against the 49ers), offensive linemen Justin Pugh (calf) and Max Garcia (Achilles), and offensive lineman Justin Pugh (calf).

“Our guys are aware of where we are and what we are attempting to achieve.

On Monday, November 15, Kingsbury spoke with Arizona Sports’ “Wolf andamp; Luke” about who is playing and who isn’t.

“All we have to do is make sure we bring the same intensity, focus, and passion to the field week in and week out, and none of us felt like we did (vs.


Following the loss to the Panthers, defensive lineman Zach Allen said the locker room was buzzing with excitement to get back to work.

After the game, Allen told reporters, “I think that’s the mindset right now.”

“There’s not a lot of ‘woe is me,’ but a lot of ‘let’s just get back to work,'” says the author.

Meanwhile, the Seahawks are running out of time to make a postseason push.

According to FiveThirtyEight, Seattle only has a 17% chance of making the playoffs after losing on the road to the Packers.

With a win in Seattle, Arizona’s chances of making the playoffs would be cut to just 7%, putting the Seahawks’ playoff hopes in jeopardy.

A victory for Seattle,

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