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Seahawks...42 Cardinals...21

December 10, 2007|From the Associated Press

SEATTLE -- All is back to normal out West.

Matt Hasselbeck threw four passes for touchdowns -- the most of his soaring season -- and the Seattle Seahawks clinched their fourth consecutive NFC West title with an emphatic 42-21 victory over Arizona, ending the Cardinals' quest for their first division title since 1975.

Seattle (9-4) cruised to its fifth consecutive victory, which has coincided with Coach Mike Holmgren's declaring he was ditching most of a stalled running game and relying on Hasselbeck's passing.

Hasselbeck completed 22 of 33 for 272 yards and no interceptions to stay on pace for team records in attempts, completions and yards.

Arizona (6-7) got a career-high five interceptions from a rattled Kurt Warner, who was also sacked five times.

Quoteworthy: "He is doing everything I have asked him to do -- and probably a little more." -- Mike Holmgren, Seahawks coach, on Matt Hasselbeck

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