The Seattle Seahawks advanced to 3-1 on the season after beating the Cardinals 27-10 Week 4 in Arizona.
Seattle saw success on both sides of the ball and was able to get back to the Seahawks’ style of play after the devasting loss to the Saints at home the week before.
“Yeah, I felt this was really a complete game for us,” coach Pete Carroll told reporters after the win. “Special teams were flawless, and I thought the whole thing worked out great. The last drive was an extraordinary statement. Eight minutes plus, C.J. running it in, but I thought there were some great third-down conversions in there.”
The Seahawks managed to involve a number of players on Sunday, including a few who were returning from injuries. Carroll couldn’t have been more pleased with the outcome.
“It was exactly what we had hoped to do,” Carroll said. “We wanted to eat that clock up, get down and get a score and make it out of reach and where they wouldn’t have enough time left. It worked out great.”
Here’s a look at the snap counts and playtime percentages for both the Seahawks and the Cardinals Week 4.