PASSING OFFENSE: D -- QB Kurt Warner was intercepted five times, a career high. Two of the interceptions came at critical times: the first on the game's opening possession and the second in the third quarter, when the Cards had a chance to close to within one score.
RUSHING OFFENSE: C -- Edgerrin James had room to run early, but the team had to abandon the pass when it fell behind, 24-0.
PASS DEFENSE: D -- Seattle QB Matt Hasselbeck was razor sharp, throwing for four touchdowns. The Cardinals had trouble getting pressure on him.
RUSH DEFENSE: C -- The Seahawks didn't try to run much because they had so much success through the air.
SPECIAL TEAMS: B -- Neil Rackers had another excellent onside kick, and KR Steve Breaston is a dynamic player. P Mitch Berger let a snap go through his hands.
COACHING: D -- Coach Ken Whisenhunt talked all offseason about the need to play with discipline and intelligence, yet his team hasn't displayed those qualities very often this year.
Cardinals Report Card: Week 14
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