NFL Pro Football 2017 Arizona Cardinals Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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It was a disappointing season for the Arizona Cardinals as the team finished with a mark of 7-8-1 and failed to make the playoffs for the first time in two seasons. They sat at 5-8-1 following devastating back to back losses at Miami and home to the New Orleans Saints that sent the team out of the playoffs. They closed the season with road wins at the Seahawks and Rams. The win at Seattle cost the Seahawks home field advantage in the divisional round and a first round bye in the playoffs. The turning point in the season came in a 6-6 tie at home to Seattle in Week 7 as the Cardinals missed a chip shot field goal that cost them victory and sent the team to 3-3-1. The team missed 25% of their field goal attempts which ranked 31st in the league.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Arizona Cardinals lined at 8 ½ wins with both the over and under returning -115 odds.

The Cardinals got production from their running game as back David Johnson ran for 1239 yards and 16 touchdowns a season ago. Rushing has been a thorn on the side for the Arizona offense for some time. Should Johnson continue to be successful on the ground it could open up more big play potential for their passing attack. Carson Palmer saw his numbers dip last season as he completed 61% of his passes for 4233 yards with 26 touchdowns and 14 picks. He lacks mobility and does not have the ability to move the chains with his feet on third down quarterback runs. It may be time for the Cardinals to think about their future at quarterback as Palmer is going to turn 38 years old in December. Arizona was second in total defense in 2016 and added linebacker Haason Reddick and safety Budda Baker to their corps with their first two picks in the draft. It was the first losing season for head coach Bruce Arians as he enters his fifth year as head coach.

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