Arizona Cardinals Vs. Seattle Seahawks Live Online

Watch Arizona Cardinals Vs. Seattle Seahawks Live Online: Streaming, NFL Sunday Night Football Week 10

NFL Sunday Night Football in Week 10 could be a pivotal game of the season, and fans can watch live online as the Arizona Cardinals fly into Seattle to face the Seahawks, and where they will try to prevent a repeat of last season’s disaster that began with their trip to Seattle, where they ended up losing 19-3 despite coming in with a 9-1 record.

That loss sent the Cardinals into a tailspin as Arizona, which appeared to be the class of the NFC at that point, won only twice more the rest of the way, collapsing to an 11-5 record. Seattle, on the other hand, went undefeated through the remainder of the regular season and the playoffs — until they ran into a roadblock in the Super Bowl in the form of the New England Patriots.

This year, Coach Bruce Arians’ Cardinals are riding high again atop the NFC West at 6-2, and winners of three of their last four, while Pete Carroll’s Seahawks are finally showing signs of overcoming a potentially disastrous 2-4 start, leveling their record at 4-4 and taking the momentum of a two-game win streak into the critical Sunday night matchup against the Cardinals.

Watch a preview of the Cardinals-Seahawks game, ESPN First Take style, in the video above, on this page.


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And to find out how to watch the Arizona Cardinals Vs. Seattle Seahawks NFL Sunday Night Football showdown live online, see the streaming link at the bottom of this article. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:30 Pacific Time at CenturyLink Field in Seattle — 8:30 Eastern Time.

Arizona Cardinals Vs. Seattle Seahawks Live Online
Quarterback Carson Palmerof the Arizona Cardinals [Photo by Christian Petersen / Getty Images]

Of course, there was one major difference in the Arizona Cardinals team that will attempt to put the Seahawks in their place on Sunday night. In last year’s meeting, Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer was battling injuries all year and was unavailable for the 2014 game in Seattle — so Arians was forced to head into the crucial divisional matchup with journeyman backup Drew Stanton leading his offense.

But in 2015, Palmer is not only healthy, at age 36, the 2003 Number One overall draft pick out of the University of Southern California is putting together what is shaping up as the best season of his career.

Palmer has already tossed for 20 touchdowns, second only to New England’s Tom Brady who has 22 through eight games. The Arizona signal caller also ranks third in the NFL — and tops in the NFC — in passer rating, behind only Brady and the Cincinnati Bengals Andy Dalton.

Palmer has also taken only 11 sacks, and his 4.06 sack percentage puts him seventh in the league.

By contrast, no quarterback in the NFL has been sacked more times than Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson, who has gone down behind the line of scrimmage an eye-popping 31 times in just eight games, for shocking sack percentage of 11.7.

Russell Wilson Arizona Cardinals Vs. Seattle Seahawks Live Online
Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks [Photo by Ezra Shaw / Getty Images]

Will the Arizona Cardinals find a way to avoid the fate that overcame them in their last visit to CenturyLink Field in Seattle? Or will the Seattle Seahawks continue their recovery from their slow start to beat the NFC West leaders and move to within one game of the division lead themselves? To find out, watch the Arizona Cardinals Vs. Seattle Seahawks live online, in Week 10 of NFL 2015 Sunday Night Football, via NBC Sports Live Extra, by clicking on this link.

Streaming video of the Cardinals vs. Seahawks will also be available on tablet computers by downloading the NBC Sports Live Extra app, as well as on set-top devices such as the Roku and Apple TV. Due to contractual agreements, live streaming NFL football games are not available on smartphones.

[Photo By Rick Scuteri / Associated Press]

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