odds and betting lines
With Dennis Green gone,
the Arizona Cardinals are looking for a break, the betting odds
still not favoring the Cardinals.
few years for the Arizona Cardinals and their fans. Only 25 wins
over the last five seasons cost Dennis Green his job and now the
new head coach Ken Whisenhunt, former Pittsburgh offensive
coordinator, will take the rein in hopes to bring the Cardinals
up. Matt Leinart will be the QB and Kurt Warner will remain in
the backup role.
The Cardinals defense has a lot of work
to do, but hopefully the second-round draft pick Alan Branch
(Michigan) will get some playtime if he proves himself during
camp and preseason.
The spell over the Arizona Cardinals doesn't
seem to be lifted and after staying healthy during camp, in the
first preseason game the Cardinals starting linebacker Chike
Okeafor tore a bicep muscle and starting right tackle Oliver
Ross tore a tricep muscle. Now the rookie Levi Brown will be
given the starting position as a right tackle. Backup center
Nick Leckey is suffering a left knee ligament sprain. There were
a few other injuries during the Week 1, but fortunately for the
Cardinals - not serious. They lost against the Raiders 27-23 and
Matt Leinart went 5-for-11 for 50 yards, while Bryant Johnson
caught three passes for 87 yards and a major for the Cardinals.
NFL Stats for full Cardinals
reports, match-ups and injuries.
Now let's look at the way the sportsbooks are
perceiving the Arizona Cardinals. Thanks to the recent history
of the team, the odds on the Arizona Cardinals fail to match the
team and fans spirit. Here are the current Arizona Cardinals
betting odds, as posted by the online website
Bookmaker (new window):
Arizona Cardinals odds to win the NFC: +2000
Arizona Cardinals odds to win the NFC West:
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Published on 08/12/2007