Western Division Arena Football Betting
They might even be able to challenge San Jose in the Western Division in 2008 and impact Arena Football betting lines.
Arena Football betting tells us that Arizona has a much improved offense but a questionable defense. The Rattlers have either Lang Campbell or Jeff Smoker throwing the ball and new receiver Siaha Burley catching it. That should be enough to improve the offense and impact Arena Football betting lines. The problem will be stopping teams according to experts that look at Arena Football betting lines. Arizona is facing a must win year and their owner has said they will make the playoffs. They should be an interesting team to follow all year long.
San Jose is still the favorite in Arena Football betting in the Western Division but the gap has closed. Quarterback Mark Grieb is one of the best one in the league but the Sabercats will miss receiver Ben Nelson. San Jose is solid all the way around on offense and defense and oftentimes makes a mark against Arena Football betting lines.
Los Angeles is an interesting team to follow in Arena Football betting. They have a nice defensive line and quarterback Sonny Cumbie. Getting receiver Timon Marshall should upgrade the offense and impact Arena Football betting. Like the other teams in this division the defense is the question mark. Can Los Angeles stop teams enough to win on a consistent basis in Arena Football betting?
Utah is another team with a nice offense and a weak defense. Losing top receiver Burley is a blow though that could impact Arena Football betting. Quarterback Joe Germaine is a good one though and head coach Danny White has the team headed in the right direction. The Blaze should be a team to watch in Arena Football betting this season.
The Western Division is almost the opposite of the Central Division in Arena Football betting. Every team has a solid offense and a defense that has question marks in Arena Football betting. It should be an exciting year in terms of Arena Football betting for the Western Division in 2008.