Russell Wilson’s Heroics Help Seattle Seahawks Secure Late Win against Arizona Cardinals

Seattle – In a thrilling division matchup, quarterback Russell Wilson delivered late-game heroics to lead the Seattle Seahawks to a hard-fought victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday Night Football.

Wilson displayed his unmatched ability to perform under pressure, orchestrating a game-winning drive in the final minutes. The 31-year-old quarterback completed a series of clutch passes, including a 48-yard touchdown strike to wide receiver Tyler Lockett, securing the win for Seattle. Wilson finished the game with 388 passing yards and three touchdowns.

Wide receiver Tyler Lockett was Wilson’s favorite target throughout the game, tallying 15 receptions for a career-high 200 yards and three touchdowns. Lockett’s exceptional route running and reliable hands made him nearly unstoppable, as he consistently found open spaces in the Cardinals’ defense and made crucial catches.

Defensively, cornerback Shaquill Griffin stood out for Seattle, recording seven tackles and an interception. Griffin’s ball-hawking skills and physicality in coverage disrupted the Cardinals’ passing game and played a key role in the Seahawks’ victory.

With this win, the Seahawks remain at the top of the NFC West division. Wilson’s heroic play and Lockett’s explosive performance ensure that Seattle remains a team to be feared as they look to secure a playoff spot and pursue a Super Bowl title.