Seattle Seahawks lead the Arizona Cardinals by seven points at half time in Phoenix.
Seattle Seahawks lead 17-10 at half time against the Arizona Cardinals in Phoenix.
Pete Carroll's team went ahead when Russell Wilson threw a 31-yard pass for Sidney Rice to touch down midway through the first quarter.
It was the 24-year-old quarterback who did damage to put the visitors 14-0 ahead early in the second, this time firing 15 yards to Zach Miller.
The Cardinals got on the board when Jay Feely nailed a 49-yard field goal, and they made it a four-point game when Rashard Mendenhall burst over the line from three yards.
However, Steven Hauschka gave his team a seven-point cushion with a 51-yard field goal moments before half time at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
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