Following two consecutive weeks on the road, the Seahawks have back-to-back home games the next two weeks, first hosting the Cardinals this Sunday at 1:15 p.m. (PT).
It is the latest in the season Seattle has opened at home since the 2004 season when it hosted San Francisco on September 26. The Seahawks have won seven of their past eight home openers, by a combined score of 182-50, or an average score of 26-7. The lone loss came in 2008, in overtime to the 49ers.
The game will be televised on FOX (channel 13 in Seattle) and broadcast on 710 ESPN Radio and 97.3 FM in Seattle. On FOX, Chris Myers will serve as the play-by-play man, joined in the booth by Tim Ryan with Drea Avent on the sidelines. On 710 ESPN Radio and 97.3 FM is Steve Raible joined by Hall of Famer Warren Moon, with Jen Mueller handling sideline duties.
It will be the 25th regular season meeting between the two clubs, with Arizona holding a 13-11 series edge. Arizona has won six of the last nine meetings, but Seattle swept the season series last year, including its first victory in five attempts at University of Phoenix Stadium. Since re-alignment in 2002, Seattle has won 10 of the 18 meetings.