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Seahawks 58, Cardinals 0

Seahawks set team records in romp

SEATTLE — Russell Wilson got the hook. He wasn't complaining.

The rookie became an observer for the final 25 minutes of Seattle's rout of the inept Cardinals.

"It was great to be able to come out of the game because we blew them out so bad," Wilson said.

Richard Sherman and Bobby Wagner each had two interceptions — among eight Arizona turnovers — and Marshawn Lynch ran for three scores as Seattle set a franchise record for points by two.

According to ESPN it was the fourth-biggest margin of victory in a shutout in league history.

"I apologize to our fans and everyone associated with our organization. That was embarrassing," coach Ken Whisenhunt said as Arizona's losing streak hit nine, the franchise's longest since 1944. It was also the worst margin of defeat in Cardinals history, which dates to 1920.

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