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Photoblog: Seahawks vs Arizona

The Seahawks returned home to Qwest Field after a four-week absence to face the division rival Arizona Cardinals.

Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant fired up his teammates on the field in pregame warmups, then inspired them in the locker room right before kickoff.

The Seahawks special teams were introduced during pregame, and kick return specialist Leon Washington emerged from the tunnel waving the 12th Man flag.

Seattle's special teams set the tone early, with Jordan Babineaux and Matt McCoy taking down Arizona's LaRod Stephens-Howling.

Jordan Babineaux celebrates after a big hit on special teams.

Seattle free safety Earl Thomas returns an interception off of Arizona quarterback Max Hall, the first of five takeaways for the Seahawks.

Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was sacked five times, but managed the Seahawks offense well and did not throw an interception.

The Sea Gals were pretty in pink, as they joined in honoring National Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Seattle's Michael Robinson knocks the ball away from Arizona punt returner Andre Roberts for a fumble that the Seahawks would recover near the goal line.

Seattle's special teams signals they have the ball after recovering a fumble caused by Michael Robinson.

Defensive end Raheem Brock delivers a punishing hit to Arizona quarterback Max Hall resulting in a sack.

Seattle's Raheem Brock celebrates a sack of Arizona's Max Hall.

Seattle's Chris Clemons hit Hall, forcing a fumble.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, who had urged fans all week to chant "SEA-HAWKS", leads the cheers as his team took the lead.

Seattle cornerback Roy Lewis celebrates on the sideline after the defense stopped the Cardinals in the fourth quarter.

Seahawks kicker Olindo Mare is congratulated by holder Jon Ryan after Mare hit a 51-yard field goal, one of five field goals for him on the day.

Linebacker Aaron Curry tosses quarterback Derek Anderson to the turf.

Wide receiver Mike Williams had a game-high 11 catches and a touchdown and used his size to his advantage against the Arizona secondary.

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was in full "Beast Mode" against Arizona, and his 39-yard run in the first quarter helped the Seahawks set the tone early.

Mike Williams celebrates a first down after one of his 11 catches.

Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, left and head coach Pete Carroll confer near the sidelines late in the game.

Pete Carroll was fired up in the locker room after this team ran their record to 4-2 with the win over the Cardinals.