The win drew Seattle (7-4) within two games of Arizona (9-2) in the NFC West, a division that will be decided in the crucible of December. After visiting San Francisco on Thanksgiving night, the Seahawks close their campaign with another tilt against the 49ers in Week 15 before meeting the Cardinals and Rams.
Seattle's title defense has been littered with obstacles, but players and coaches on Sunday "pointed toward a renewed sense of trust" in each other, per the site. It showed against Arizona.
"It just felt like this was one of the first really big-time together games that we've played," Carroll said. "We've had some good games and stuff, but this was the best one."