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NFL Betting - Denver Broncos vs. Arizona Cardinals

NFL Pre-season action concludes with the Broncos vs. Cardinals game. This NFL betting slugfest is at 10:00 PM ET on Friday, August 29th.

The last time these two teams met head to head was Week 17 of 2002, when Denver beat Arizona by a 37-7 final count. The Broncos found themselves three-point home favorites over the Green Bay Packers in an NFL wagering contest last week at Invesco Field; the ‘total’ closed at 38.

The first quarter ended with the Packers up 7-3, and in the second quarter, Broncos QB Jay Cutler threw two touchdown passes to give the Broncos the 17-13 halftime lead. Throughout the game, both teams appeared to be evenly matched, putting up similar numbers in the first down, passing yard, and time of possession categories.

The Packers were able to overcome the NFL odds and persevere when Kregg Lumpkin’s one yard touchdown run gave Green Bay the lead with just over two minutes to play in regulation. The Packers were able to come out of this one with a victory, pleasing their fans and gamblers who backed the Packers in this contest.

NFL bettors that foresaw a higher scoring football betting contest were pleased that the combined ‘total’ went over by 13 points. The Arizona Cardinals closed as 3.5-point underdogs against the Oakland Raiders according to the NFL betting line on Friday, with the total coming in at 39.5.

The Cardinals beat up on the Raiders, shutting them out 24-0, and held them to just 165 total yards throughout the entire game. Football bettors who picked the Cardinals to cover the spread were correct and cashed in. Those who picked the under in this contest also came out on top, as the total fell short of the predicted total by 15.5 points.

The Arizona Cardinals are three-point favorites over the Denver Broncos in Friday’s Pre-season NFL betting contest with the ‘total’ currently listed at 38. Sports-gambling.com offers all NFL spread, total, and money line wagers. Sign up today and start building your bankroll for the regular season that starts next week.