PASSING OFFENSE: A -- Kurt Warner had an interception and lost a fumble, but those things are bound to happen when you throw 44 times. He completed 18 of his first 20, and Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald combined for 23 catches and 337 yards.
RUSHING OFFENSE: D -- There just isn't much there for rookie Tim Hightower, who had 11 carries for 35 yards. Overall, the Cardinals ran 24 times for 76 yards. Their best running plays are draws and other misdirection plays.
PASS DEFENSE: A -- The Cardinals intercepted three Matt Hasselbeck passes and sacked him twice. A solid performance, especially with injury problems at cornerback.
RUSH DEFENSE: A -- The Cardinals filled every gap, rarely allowing the Seahawks a crease. Starting RB Julius Jones gained 19 yards on 10 carries.
SPECIAL TEAMS: B-minus -- Neil Rackers made all four field goals, including a 54-yarder. He has made 13 straight. The coverage teams were sub-par, and the return teams aren't producing much.
COACHING: A -- The Cardinals won in Seattle for the first time since 2002, and they have a three-game winning streak for the first time since 2002. The offensive game plan was creative, and the defensive plan, which called for more blitzing up the middle, worked well.
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