NFL gambling handicappers saw the Cardinals cover all 4 post season games against the NFL lines including their heartbreaking super bowl loss to Pittsburgh. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt has done a masterful job in his 2 years at the helm and has turned the Cardinals from a NFL gambling laughingstock into a team with credibility with gamblers against the NFL lines.
The key to Arizona’s NFL gambling success is an explosive high octane passing attack that ranked 2nd in the league for yardage. The Cardinals were the 3rd highest scoring team in all of NFL gambling.
Offensive coordinator Todd Haley departed for the top job with the Kansas City Chiefs so the Cardinals will be looking to fine tune the offense during the NFL gambling preseason.
Kurt Warner resurrected his career last year as he compiled a 96.9 NFL gambling quarterback rating based on 4583 yards, 30 touchdown passes, and 14 interceptions. He will not see much action in the NFL gambling preseason.
Matt Leinart, a first round draft pick of the Cardinals in 2006 will get plenty of NFL gambling snaps during the exhibition schedule. Leinart has not lived up to the original hype when he was picked as the Cardinals “savior” quarterback and has actually regressed in his 3 years as a pro.
He has a career quarterback rating of 71.7 with 14 touchdown passes and 17 interceptions. Brian St. Pierre is the other backup QB. He is a 7 year pro out of Boston College that has played only 1 regular season game in his career. He should more than make up for that lack of activity in the exhibition slate.
The Cardinals ground attack was weak and they addressed that concern with a first round draft pick of Chris Wells out of Ohio State. Wells rushed for over 1000 yards in his last 2 seasons as a Buckeye and will get preseason work in order to become acclimated with the offense and to be ready to run in September.
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