NFL football gambling fans will nonetheless have a key matchup this weekend that could play a major role in the final betting on NFL football results in the NFC West race.
The Arizona Cardinals will host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday with a telecast on FOX set for 4:20 PM ET. Sports-Gambling will have the side and over/under odds on this matchup so make sure to open your account today for all of the action and excitement.
Seattle is tied with St. Louis for first place in the NFC West with a record of 4-4 while the Cardinals are a game behind at 3-5.
The Seahawks are coming off back to back blowout losses of 33-3 at Oakland and then 41-7 at home last week against the New York Giants as they now have a NFL betting record of 4-4 against the spread. Seattle is 1-3 against the board on the road with an even 2-2 split on over/unders away from home.
The reality of Seattle’s lack of ability on both sides of the line is beginning to set in as they rank 30th in the NFL for total offense and 27th for total defense. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck missed last week’s game due to a concussion and backup Charlie Whitehurst was ineffective in his place. Hasselbeck is questionable for this one.
Speaking of quarterback issues the Arizona Cardinals are yet to find a solid starter to replace retired legend Kurt Warner. Derek Anderson has been in and out of the lineup and played last week in Arizona’s heartbreaking 27-24 overtime loss at Minnesota.
The Cardinals 28th ranked defense let the Vikings off the hook as Minnesota rallied to score14 points in the final three and a half minutes of regulation to send the game into overtime.
The Cardinals rank near the bottom of all offensive and defensive categories. Arizona has a NFL football gambling record of 3-5 against the spread with 6 of their games going over the total.
The home team has paid out in 7 of the last 9 NFL gambling matchups in this series as the two teams have gone over the total in their last 6 consecutive matchups at Arizona. The Cardinals have covered 4 consecutive home games against Seattle.