TEMPE, Ariz. - The last time the Arizona Cardinals beat the Seattle Seahawks at home was back in 2012.
It's been three seasons since the Cardinals held serve and beat Seattle at University of Phoenix Stadium.
"It's personal," said Tyrann Mathieu. "We have to understand that they are going to try and come in here and punch us in the mouth. We just have to be ready for them"
"They kicked our butt the last two times we played here," said Larry Fitzgerald. "We have to do everything we can to rectify that."
Last season, the Cardinals were rolling, until Seattle came to town in week 17.
Nine straight wins ended with a 36-6 loss to the Seahawks to end the regular season.
The BirdGang deserves better.
"We have to give the fans the type of game they deserve," said linebacker Deone Bucannon.
So how do the Cardinals reverse this trend?
They get physical.
"It's definitely physical," said Calais Campbell with a smile. "These are the types of games where one play is really going to come up huge. It might be early, late, you never know what play it's going to be, but you have to play good football for 60 minutes."
"The more physical team more than likely wins this ball game," said Patrick Peterson.
The Cardinals and Seahawks battle on Sunday Night Football and can be seen on 12 News.
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