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Week 8 of the NFL season is here! With all of the games on the docket each and every week, we are going to be zeroing in on just one side or total that we think is the best of the bunch. Join us today, look at the game on Sunday, October 27th between the Atlanta Falcons and the Arizona Cardinals.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals NFL Preview Date/Time: October 17, 2013 8:25 pm EST Television: NFL Network NFL Gambling Odds from Bookmaker.EU NFL Betting Favorite: Seattle -6 Total: 40 The Seattle Seahawks enter this Thursday night contest at 5-1. …
Week 6 of the NFL season is here! With all of the games on the docket each and every week, we are going to be zeroing in on just one side or total that we think is the best of the bunch. Join us today, look at the game on Sunday, October 13th between the Arizona Cardinals and the San Francisco 49ers.
The opening of NFL training camps in preparation for the start of 2013 season is still over a month away, but it is a great time to take a closer look at BetOnline’s futures odds for all 32 teams to win their respective division. After previously covering all four divisions in AFC, this week NFL Betting Trends moves on to the NFC starting in the West to focus in on the odds to win that division for all four teams.
After four weeks, both of these teams were unbeaten. Since then, these two teams have gone in very different directions. The Arizona Cardinals have lost five straight games, and they now sit at 4-5 on the season. Atlanta was unbeaten until last week’s tough 31-27 loss at New Orleans. The Falcons will look to return to their winning ways as they return home for this one. Arizona is just looking to get off the mat. Let’s take a look at this NFC matchup.
The Arizona Cardinals started the season 4-0, but they have now dropped four games in a row. The Green Bay Packers started 2-3, but they have won three straight to go to 5-3 on the season. Arizona will travel to Lambeau Field this weekend to try to get back on track. It certainly won’t be an easy task for the Cardinals.
John Skelton was hurt early in the year, but now Kevin Kolb is out so Skelton is back as the Cardinals starting quarterback.
Even though there have been some cracks in the foundation with two stunning straight-up losses as a favorite, most people would still agree that San Francisco remains one of the best teams in the NFL. At 5-2 SU and 4-3 against the spread it has forged it way back to the top of the NFC West and appears poised to make another deep run in the playoffs.
Quarterback Alex Smith continues to manage the offense well, but the 49ers primary game plan is to rely on a punishing rushing attack led by Frank Gore and a shutdown defense that is ranked first in the NFL in total yards allowed and second in points allowed.
BetAnySports.com is back with another great set of NFL betting props for the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football. Join us for the St. Louis Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals prop picks for this NFC West duel at the Edward Jones Dome.
Greg Zuerlein Under 8.5 Points (-140): Zuerlein isn’t going to continue booting three field goals per game on average over the course of the year, and considering the fact that the Rams have a total of just five touchdowns on the whole campaign, it isn’t likely that he is going to be kicking two field goals and three extra points as well.
NFC West rivals that are hoping to get into the playoffs this year are going to battle it out in a crucial tilt at the Edward Jones Dome for Thursday Night Football betting action this week, as the St. Louis Rams face the Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona’s defense had its first atrocious game last week, as the yardage just kept piling up against the Miami Dolphins. QB Ryan Tannehill, a rookie playing in just his fourth ever game, threw for over 400 yards, and the secondary just had no answers whatsoever.
Two teams with a heck of a lot of ties to one another will meet on the Week 3 NFL odds on Sunday afternoon at University of Phoenix Stadium, where the Arizona Cardinals will host the Philadelphia Eagles in one of the two battles of the weekend between 2-0 teams.
It’s not often that you say that you see something you’ve never seen before in the history of the NFL, but the Eagles are doing something that has never been done. They are the first team in league history to win their first two games by a single point.