Arizona Cardinals versus St Louis Rams NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night NFL Football for December 11th will be a battle between two NFC West divisional foes as the St Louis Rams will welcome into town the first place Arizona Cardinals. The Rams and Cardinals will get things started from St Louis at 8:25PM Eastern Time and NFL Network has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side St Louis Rams the -4 point favorite with an over under line set at 40 points. Those playing on St Louis on the money line will lay -200 odds with the return on the road underdog Arizona Cardinals at +170 odds on the money line.

At 10-3 the Arizona Cardinals hold the top spot in the NFC West with a 1 game lead over the fast closing Seattle Seahawks. With Carson Palmer out for the year it’s Drew Stanton under center. The team has dropped their past two road games with a 19-3 loss at Seattle and a 29-18 defeat on the road at Atlanta. They returned home after those two losses on the highway and posted a 17-14 victory to Kansas City as a +2 ½ point underdog. Stanton has is completing just 54% of his passes with seven touchdowns and five picks. Arizona has struggled defending the pass this year by allowing 263 yards passing per game ranking 27th in the league. The Rams are 6-7 on the year. They face long odds to make a playoff spot because two NFC Wildcard teams will have at least 9 wins. Any Ram loss and they are eliminated from the postseason. The Rams have also suffered a season ending injury to a starting quarterback. Sam Bradford has missed the whole regular season. In their past two games the Rams have outscored opponents 76-0. St Louis has turned to veteran signal caller Shaun Hill under center. He lives by the short pass and had difficulty passing downfield. Hill is completing 62% of his throws with six touchdowns and three picks. Rookie Tre Mason has been the featured back for the Rams and has averaged 4.4 yards per carry on the season.

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