GLENDALE, Az. -- Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald sent the Arizona Cardinals into the playoffs as winners. Warner threw four touchdown passes, his most in seven years, then sat out the fourth quarter Sunday and the Cardinals beat Seattle 34-21 to spoil the final game of Mike Holmgren's decade as Seahawks coach.
Two of Warner's TDs went to Fitzgerald, who caught five passes for 130 yards. The Cardinals (9-7), who had been blown out twice since clinching the NFC West title, finished the regular season with a winning record for the first time in a decade and only the second time since 1984. They will play a first-round playoff game at home against Atlanta next weekend.