First Take reacts to the Seahawk’s win vs. the Cardinals in Week 11: Can Seattle win the Super Bowl?

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Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Ryan Clark react to Seattle defeating the Arizona Cardinals in Week 11 and discuss if Russell Wilson can lead the Seahawks to the Super Bowl this season. #FirstTake #NFL

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