Even though the Cardinals went to the Super Bowl last season they were not a great team against the NFL betting pointspread until the playoffs. A bet on the Arizona Cardinals in 2009 could be interesting.
Bet on the Cardinals to lay points when they are at home because of their reputation. With quarterback Kurt Warner and wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, the Cardinals are capable of scoring points in bunches. A bet on the Cardinals may be a little pricey and overvalued because of Arizona’s playoff success. Keep in mind as you bet on the Cardinals that last year the Cardinals were just barely above .500 against the NFL betting pointspread in the regular season.
Arizona plays in a very competitive division which means close games as you bet on the Cardinals at the sportsbook. The NFC West used to be an also ran division but in 2009 that will not be the case. San Francisco is a force under head coach Mike Singletary and the Seattle Seahawks are a very solid team with Matt Hasselbeck. A bet on the Cardinals is no guarantee, even in division games.
Points could really be plentiful as you bet on the Arizona Cardinals in 2009. The schedule involves a lot of games as you bet on the Cardinals against teams with potent offenses. Games against Indianapolis, Carolina, Houston and Green Bay could see totals in the high 40’s or possibly into the low 50’s. The Cardinals defense last season played well in the playoffs but it was nothing special during the regular season and in 2009 it is not really improved so high scoring games are probable as you bet on the Arizona Cardinals.
Making a bet on the Cardinals in 2009 is definitely going to be exciting. The team can score and oftentimes struggles to stop the other team as you bet on the Cardinals. The main players from last year’s Super Bowl team are back so that means a bet on the Cardinals should be similar to what it was last year.
A bet on the Cardinals can also be made in terms of a future bet at the sportsbook. The Cardinals are about 30-1 in Super Bowl odds which makes a bet on the Arizona Cardinals an interesting proposition.