Football betting fans always said that they never thought they would see Arizona beat the football odds to make the Super Bowl but it finally happened last year. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt deserves the bulk of the football betting credit as he has done what was considered an impossible task against the football odds by making the Cardinals into a champion and a respected organization.
Veteran quarterback Kurt Warner, who was given up for dead a few seasons ago, found rebirth with the Cardinals and had one of the best football betting seasons of his career.
The Cardinals suffered a football betting heart break in their Super Bowl loss to Pittsburgh as their weak defense was exposed at the end as they couldn’t hold a late lead. Still it was one of the best football betting stories in a long time.
The San Francisco 49ers improved once they fired Mike Nolan and replaced him with Mike Singletary, who immediately brought fire and desire to the team. San Francisco concluded the football betting season with a 7-9 record and with hopes of a winning season in 2009.
Mike Holmgren has left the Seattle Seahawks as coach after a 4-12 football betting campaign in 2008. Holmgren has left behind a team that was injury plagued but with a potential for quick recovery if they can get healthy.
The Holmgren era did produce one Super Bowl but seemed is if it never quite lived up to all of the hype from when he signed. The St. Louis Rams trailed only the Detroit Lions as the worst organization in football betting. The Rams finished 2-14 and were up for sale for much of the year.
The front office and coaching staff were swept out after the season and it may be a few years before this franchise is back on track. Both the offense and the defense performed as among the very worst in football last year. Both Seattle and San Francisco could challenge Arizona in this weak division.
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