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Hawks-Cardinals could be an emerging rivalry

<strong>LARRY STONE: </strong> With the 49ers dimming this season, who can replace them as the Seahawks’ primary rival? Turns out there happens to be a team poised to be the ranking Seahawk adversary. And even more conveniently, they happen to be playing the Seahawks in a game rippling with significance. Above, Patrick Peterson, left, grapples with the Seahawks’ Kevin Norwood.

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LARRY STONE: With the 49ers dimming this season, who can replace them as the Seahawks’ primary rival? Turns out there happens to be a team poised to be the ranking Seahawk adversary. And even more conveniently, they happen to be playing the Seahawks in a game rippling with significance. Above, Patrick Peterson, left, grapples with the Seahawks’ Kevin Norwood.

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