Baltimore Ravens versus Arizona Cardinals NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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It will be the Arizona Cardinals playing host to the Baltimore Ravens from Monday Night Football scheduled for October 26th. The Ravens and Cardinals will get things started from Arizona at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV 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 have the home side Arizona Cardinals the -9 point favorite with the over under line set at 49 ½ points. Those who play on the Arizona Cardinals on the money line will lay -400 odds with the return on the road underdog Baltimore Ravens at +320 odds on the money line.

The Arizona Cardinals return home off a 1-1 road trip out east. Two weeks ago they traveled to Detroit and came away with the 43-17 victory against the Detroit Lions. The Cardinals defense had a strong game as they forced six Lions turnovers. Carson Palmer passed for three touchdowns and even running back Chris Johnson had a good game running for 103 yards on only 11 carries. Last week the Cardinals visited the Pittsburgh Steelers and were beaten 25-13 as they gave up 22 second half points in the loss. It was a tough loss as the Cardinals were nearing the Steelers end zone late to take a lead. But a Carson Palmer interception in the end zone killed the drive and Steelers scored quickly on the next drive on an 88 yard touchdown pass to put away the game. With the loss last week the Cardinals fell to 4-2 and holds a one game lead over the second place St Louis Rams in the NFC West division race. The Ravens are going through a difficult season with a mark of 1-5. Last week the team traveled to San Francisco and was defeated 25-20 as a -2 ½ point favorite. The team is extremely weak defending the pass. That weakness was exploited by the 49ers struggling quarterback Colin Kaepernick who was able to pass for 340 yards completing 16 of 27 passes and throwing for two touchdowns. Baltimore is rated 25th in the league in total defense by allowing 380 yards per game.

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