What we learned in Seahawks' win over Cardinals on Thursday night

But Murray and Arizona's comeback hopes came up short within the grasp of Carlos Dunlap as the new acquisition's sack concluded a 28-21 win for the Seahawks on Thursday.

Just days removed from hauling in a win and perhaps the play of the year, Cardinals receiver  DeAndre Hopkins  was held in check to the tune of five catches for 51 yards.

Dunlap had the lasting highlight, but the defense as a unit looked better than it has and if there's any way this carries forward, Thursday night will prove to be a pivotal turning point for the Seahawks.

7) For a pair of teams aiming for the NFC West title and rife with postseason aspirations, each of them must cut out the equally stupid and costly penalties.

Owning momentum and a healthy 16-7 lead coming out of the half, the Seahawks allowed the Cardinals right back into it on the opening drive of the third quarter.

And on the ensuing drive, Cardinals DB  Dre Kirkpatrick  drew a taunting flag after the defense had just tackled  Tyler Lockett  two yards short on third and seven.

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