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Bruce Arians: 9-1 doesn’t mean anything against the Seahawks

Bruce Arians

Bruce Arians

AP

The Cardinals may have a three-game lead over the Seahawks in the NFC West at the moment, but that hasn’t changed much in the mind of Cardinals coach Bruce Arians.

Arians said Wednesday that his team won’t be lacking for motivation in this week’s matchup with Seattle because the Seahawks come into the game with a 6-4 record.

“They’re the world champs. We’re just 9-1. We haven’t done s---,” Arians said, via Darren Urban of the team’s website.

While it’s hard to imagine that the Cardinals would be overlooking a game against a division foe, it’s still a wise approach for the Cardinals to take while they enjoy the view from the top of the conference. With two games still to play against the Seahawks and one against the 49ers, nothing has been settled in the division at this point. On top of that, the Cardinals have every motivation to get home-field advantage for a playoff run that they want to end at their own stadium on Super Bowl Sunday.