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Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals

For all the success, the Cardinals have had on the road this season they have struggled mightily at home. Early in the game the Seahawks took the lead but the Cardinals worked their way back for a home victory.

Chris Beanie Wells Scores Twice

The Cardinals never abandoned the run in this game and this was one of the reason why they won this game. Both Chris Beanie Wells and Tim Hightower continued to split carries this week but Wells was the better runner.

For the game Wells had 16 carries for 85 yards and two touchdown scores. It’s easy to see that Wells is the better runner in this two back set, and eventually he will see close to twenty carries a game.

Another Cardinal player that had a strong game was Anquan Boldin as he had eight catches for 105 yards. This was a nice bounce back game from sitting out a week ago because of his recent ankle injury.

Look for Boldin to have a good second half of the season as he looks healthy for the first time this year.

Both Boldin and Wells should have solid games next week when the Cardinals go to St. Louis to take on the Rams.

Justin Forsett Taking Over

NFL seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

Seattle’s starting tailback Julius Jones left the game early because of a broken rib and Justin Forsett took over. Forsett has played well when given a chance, and today he showed why he’s worth starting in the future.

For the game Forsett had 17 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown score. He also added five catches and twenty six yards in the passing game as well.

Forsett will be a hot waiver wire pickup this week so make sure you target him if you lost a player or two this week.

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