3rd in NFC West
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Green is out for season with ankle
Out for Season
Chandler Jones (Biceps) is out for the season.
Out for Season
Chris Banjo (Illness) is out this week.
Darqueze Dennard (Quad) is out this week.
Budda Baker (Neck) is questionable this week.
Christian Kirk (Illness) is out this week.
Cardinals 2021 Schedule
|QB||Kyler Murray||Brett Hundley||Chris Streveler|
|RB||Kenyan Drake||Eno Benjamin|
|WR||Larry Fitzgerald||Trent Sherfield|
|TE||Maxx Williams||Dan Arnold||Darrell Daniels|
|LT||D.J. Humphries||Joshua Miles||Josh Jones|
|LG||Justin Pugh||Max Garcia|
|C||Mason Cole||Lamont Gaillard|
|RG||J.R. Sweezy||Justin Murray|
|PR||Andy Isabella||Christian Kirk|
|CB||Dre Kirkpatrick||Kevin Peterson|
|OLB||Chandler Jones||Kylie Fitts||Dennis Gardeck|
|NT||Corey Peters||Rashard Lawrence|
|S||Budda Baker||Deionte Thompson||Charles Washington|
|DT||Jordan Phillips||Leki Fotu|
|ILB||De'Vondre Campbell||Tanner Vallejo||Ezekiel Turner|
|CB||Patrick Peterson||Byron Murphy|
|OLB||Devon Kennard||Haason Reddick|
|S||Jalen Thompson||Chris Banjo|
|DT||Zach Allen||Angelo Blackson|
|ILB||Jordan Hicks||Isaiah Simmons|
Arizona Cardinals Player Stats
The Arizona Cardinals in 2020 were so close to the playoffs, finishing 8-8 after a miserable 5-10-1 campaign in 2019, but they ultimately lost the Wild Card tiebreaker to the Chicago Bears. Still, things are looking up thanks to their young, talented QB in Kyler Murray, who has a ton of weapons this season in DeAndre Hopkins, AJ Green, Chase Edmonds and James Conner.
Will the Cardinals keep pushing ahead? They'll definitely have their hands full with a loaded NFC West division featuring the Rams, 49ers, and Seahawks. See all of the Cardinals odds above, as well as their full schedule, depth charts, team trends, key injuries, against-the-spread (ATS) performance, and more.
Arizona Cardinals Point Spreads
The Cardinals last season actually posted a positive margin of victory of +2.7 points, meaning on average they beat their opponents by that much. Still, Arizona went just 7-9 against the spread (ATS). That's because spread bets are based on expectations set by the betting market: A team likely to win will have to do so by several points.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Cardinals game:
- Cardinals -2.5 (-110)
- Seahawks +2.5 (-110)
Let's say the Cardinals are 2.5-point favorites against the Seahawks at home. That's what the above odds say, and you can tell that by the minus (-) and plus (+) signs, which signify the favorite and underdog, respectively. If you want to bet on the Cardinals spread, you are wagering that the Cardinals will not just win -- but they'll win by at least a field goal or more. If the Seahawks win the game outright or simply lose by one or two points, that Cardinals spread bet would be a loss.
Arizona Cardinals Over/Unders
Despite having a high-flying offense with Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins under head coach Kliff Kingsbury, the "under" actually hit in Cardinals games last year 68.8% of the time -- the third-highest rate in the entire league. Again, things are based on expectations set by sportsbooks: They set a number, and you can bet on either side of it.
Over/under bets, also called totals, are bets on the combined point output of both teams playing. Let's say the Cardinals and Rams are facing off: Sportsbooks might hang a number of 44. You can bet either side of it, and it's all about that 44 number.
If you bet the over on 44, you would cash your bet if Arizona and L.A. finished with 45 or more points combined. If you bet on the under, your wager would win if the teams finished with 43 or fewer points. It's also possible to "push" the bet, which happens if the games finishes at exactly 44 points.
Arizona Cardinals Moneylines
The Cardinals went 3-3 last season when listed as an underdog, which may not seem remarkable, but remember it's all about expectations. Going 50% in games in which they were under 50% to win means they actually overperformed in those situations and made money for bettors.
Let's use an example with actual odds: Say the Cardinals are +160 underdogs against the 49ers. That number is read more easily if you think in terms of $10 or $100 increments. A wager on the Cardinals moneyline would profit $16 for every $10 bet. And it's the opposite for favorites: If the Cardinals moneyline was set at -180, you'd profit $10 for every $18 bet on the game.
You'll also see moneylines as part of parlay bets, which are simply a few bets tied together into one bet. For example, if you bet the Cardinals moneyline and Patriots moneyline in a parlay, both teams would have to win for you to cash, though you'd get a boosted payout if that happened.
You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.
Arizona Cardinals Props
Player props are among the most fun to bet on an NFL Sunday, especially if you're already playing fantasy football and like the player aspect of those contests. Player props are simply wagers on a single player, and they're tied to a single stat found in the box score.
Here are some examples of Cardinals player props that will be popular in 2021: Kyler Murray to go over/under a certain amount of passing yards, DeAndre Hopkins to catch over/under a set amount of passes, Chase Edmonds to get into the end zone, and much more.
If you're the world's biggest Cardinals fan and think they'll surprise in the loaded NFC West and make the playoffs, you can also bet on those things. Those types of bets are called futures, and they're just wagers on things that settle at the end of the year.
Some Cardinals futures worth looking into include Kyler Murray to win NFL MVP, DeAndre Hopkins to lead the league in receiving yards, the Cardinals to make the playoffs, and much more.
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