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NFL bettors can now place bets from anywhere in Arizona, including directly from the seats in State Farm Stadium, thanks to Arizona sports betting apps.

Should you wish to place a bet on the Cardinals, please refer to the live odds for this week’s Cardinals game directly sourced from legal online sportsbooks, provided below.

Today's Cardinals Odds: Spread, Super Bowl, Props

The feed below provides the latest game lines for the Cardinals from licensed sports betting platforms in Arizona. It features this week’s Cardinal spread, Super Bowl odds, and prop odds for Kyler Murray. To claim your bonus, simply click on any of the odds listed below.

This Week's Cards Spread

Cardinals Super Bowl odds

Kyler Murray MVP, prop odds

Next Up: San Francisco 49ers

  • 49ers Record: 12-4
  • 49ers Offense Rank: 5
  • 49ers Defense Rank: 3
  • Location: Levi's Stadium
  • Broadcast: FOX
  • Sunday, 8th January 2023

Betting Lines And Odds For Cardinals Vs. 49ers

Cardinals vs 49ers Betting Information
Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds
49ers -14 -115 -105 40 -110 -110

This article’s betting insights are based on betting data from DraftKings as of 10:37 AM ET on January 8, 2023.

Cardinals Betting Trends

  • This season, the Cardinals have an 8-8-0 record against the spread (ATS).
  • In the 16 games that Arizona has played this season, the combined score has exceeded the point total seven times.
  • This season, the Cardinals have emerged victorious in one out of the three games where they were considered the moneyline favorite, which is a winning percentage of 33.3%.
  • This season, Arizona has been considered the underdog in 13 games, out of which they have emerged victorious in three, representing a win rate of 23.1%.

Recent Meetings With The 49ers

Date Favorite Home Team Spread Total Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline Total Yards Result
11/21/2022 49ers Cardinals -9.5 43 -425 +340 387-314 SF 38-10 SF
11/7/2021 49ers 49ers -5.5 44.5 -250 +200 437-337 ARI 31-17 ARI
10/10/2021 Cardinals Cardinals -5.5 48.5 -250 +200 338-304 SF 17-10 ARI
12/26/2020 Cardinals Cardinals -5.5 49 -265 +215 398-350 SF 20-12 SF
9/13/2020 49ers 49ers -6.5 48 -295 +255 404-366 ARI 24-20 ARI

Cardinals Player Insights

  • McSorley has achieved 383 throwing yards, with a record of 39-for-74. He has not scored any touchdowns and has made four interceptions, averaging 76.6 yards per game.
  • Ingram Keaontay has achieved a team-high run of 55 yards (5.0 per game) and one touchdown.
  • Marquise Brown, with 66 receptions from 103 targets, is the team’s leading receiver with 702 yards, averaging 63.8 per game, and has scored three touchdowns.
  • Greg Dortch has made 48 receptions, totaling 437 yards, which averages to 29.1 yards per game, and has scored two touchdowns.
  • Trey McBride has an average of 14.9 yards per game, with a record of 26 catches for 224 yards and a single touchdown.
  • This season, J.J. Watt is leading the team with 10.5 sacks, along with his addition of 15.0 TFL and 34 tackles.
  • Jalen Thompson leads the team in tackling with 101 tackles and one interception.
  • Isaiah Simmons is leading the team this season with two interceptions, along with 90 tackles, 4.0 TFL, 3.0 sacks, and seven defended passes.

Cardinals Injuries

Player Pos. Injury Practice Participation Game Status Status Date
Marquis Hayes N/A Knee – out 1/8/2023

Cardinals 2022-2023 Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result TV
1 September 11, 2022 vs Kansas City Chiefs L, 44-21 CBS
2 September 18, 2022 at Las Vegas Raiders W, 29-23 CBS
3 September 25, 2022 vs Los Angeles Rams L, 20-12 FOX
4 October 2, 2022 at Carolina Panthers W, 26-16 FOX
5 October 9, 2022 vs Philadelphia Eagles L, 20-17 FOX
6 October 16, 2022 at Seattle Seahawks L, 19-9 FOX
7 October 20, 2022 vs New Orleans Saints W, 42-34 AMAZON (TNF)
8 October 30, 2022 at Minnesota Vikings L, 34-26 FOX
9 November 6, 2022 vs Seattle Seahawks L, 31-21 FOX
10 November 13, 2022 at Los Angeles Rams W, 27-17 FOX
11 November 21, 2022 vs San Francisco 49ers L, 38-10 ESPN (MNF)
12 November 27, 2022 vs Los Angeles Chargers L, 25-24 CBS
13 – BYE – –
14 December 12, 2022 vs New England Patriots L, 27-13 ESPN (MNF)
15 December 18, 2022 at Denver Broncos L, 24-15 FOX
16 December 25, 2022 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers L, 19-16 NBC (SNF)
17 January 1, 2023 at Atlanta Falcons L, 20-19 FOX
18 January 8, 2023 at San Francisco 49ers – FOX

Using data from Data Skrive.

Top Ways To Bet On The Cardinals

Betting activity on Cardinals games is predicted to be high this season and beyond. Each time the team takes the field, legal online sportsbooks will be prepared. NFL odds are released early in the week, providing ample time to place bets before the game starts. When reviewing game listings, odds for the primary pregame bets will be visible.

Team Moneyline Spread Totals
Seattle Seahawks +105 +2.5 (-110) Over 51.5 (-110)
Arizona Cardinals -125 -2.5 (-110) Under 51.5 (-110)

The NFL dominates online sportsbooks as the premier game. Each type of bet attracts a significant number of bettors. Here are the details you need to understand.

NFL Moneyline Betting

Understanding and placing a moneyline bet is straightforward. You just select the team you believe will win the game and click on the odds to continue. DraftKings AZ provides the following example for clarity.

  • Seattle Seahawks +105
  • Arizona Cardinals -125

Moneyline favorites are associated with negative odds, while underdogs have positive numbers. A closer range indicates that oddsmakers are expecting a tighter game.

NFL Point Spread Betting

For every NFL game, sportsbooks establish a spread. Essentially, it’s a victory margin that you need to consider in your decision-making process. Here’s an example of a spread bet from BetMGM Arizona.

  • Seattle Seahawks +2.5 (-110)
  • Arizona Cardinals -2.5 (-110)

You can either choose the favorite, subtracting the points, or the underdog, adding the number. For your bet to win, the side you select must cover the spread.

NFL Totals Betting

This type of wager involves predicting how many points both teams will collectively score. Punters have the opportunity to determine the estimate established by oddsmakers. Here’s an example of a totals bet from Caesars Sportsbook AZ.

  • Over 51.5 (-110)
  • Under 51.5 (-110)

In our example, someone betting on the Over anticipates a score of 52 points or more. Conversely, those wagering on the Under are hoping for a score of 51 points or less.

In the weekly lead-up to NFL games, the three mentioned bet types – which team will win, who will cover, and where the total will land – become major discussion points. Sportsbooks contribute to the dialogue by supplying the odds for each match.

Arizona player props and futures

Placing a futures bet on Murray or the NFL MVP is not your only option. You have a variety of choices, from bets on the defensive and offensive player of the year to the rookie of the year, and more. Below are some of the most frequently found futures odds at online sportsbooks in Arizona:

  • Odds for NFL Most Valuable Player
  • Odds for the NFL Comeback Player of the Year
  • Odds for Offensive Rookie of the Year
  • Odds for Defensive Rookie of the Year

Props related to players are not the same as futures. This is due to the fact that you are betting on a player’s performance and achievements, not the recognitions they gain throughout the season.

You’ll commonly encounter the following player props, although this is just a small sample of what’s available:

  • NFL rushing leader
  • NFL passing leader
  • First overall selection in NFL draft
  • Number of interceptions thrown by a specific quarterback
  • Number of receiving touchdowns for a specific receiver

You also have the option to bet on team props and futures. Here are some popular ones, along with a few game day props:

  • Total wins for the season over/under
  • Touchdowns by special teams or defense
  • Number of field goals in a game: over/under
  • AFC champions
  • NFC champions
  • Division champions
  • The player who scores first in a game
  • The team that scores first in a game

2021 Cardinals schedule for Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football

Primetime football indeed has a unique allure, doesn’t it? The vibrant lights, the electrifying atmosphere, the experience is simply unparalleled. This year, the Arizona Cardinals are set to play twice under the primetime spotlight. Here is their schedule for Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football:

Thursday Night Football

  • On October 28, 2021, during Week 8, the Green Bay Packers will play against Arizona at 8:20 p.m. ET.

Sunday Night Football

  • No games scheduled

Monday Night Football

  • On Dec. 13, 2021, during Week 14, the Los Angeles Rams will be playing at Arizona at 8:15 p.m. ET.

How Did The Cardinals Do Last Year?

Both head coach Kliff Kingsbury and star QB Kyler Murray were heading into their second campaign for Arizona in 2020. In the preceding year, the team had a record of 5-10-1 and ended up at the bottom of the NFC West. The aspiration for the upcoming season was to see noticeable improvement.

The Cards looked like they were on track to easily meet their goal with a 5-2 record going into the Week 8 bye. They started the second half of the season appearing to be real playoff contenders. However, it didn’t pan out that way.

The team ended the year with a 3-6 streak, culminating in an overall 8-8 record. Although their finish was less than ideal, they narrowly missed qualifying for an NFC playoff spot due to a tiebreaker. Despite this, the team displayed several promising moments on offense, and there was a noticeable enhancement in their defense.

Arizona Cardinals coaches and bench staff

Football games aren’t won by players alone. The hard work of coaches and support staff on the sidelines also plays a crucial part. The Cardinals have experienced several coaching changes in the past decade, but there are high hopes for the latest coach in Arizona to yield success and have a long tenure.

The coaches for the Arizona Cardinals in 2021 are:

  • Head coach: Kliff Kingsbury
  • Offensive coordinator: Sean Kugler
  • Defensive coordinator: Vance Joseph
  • Jeff Rodgers: Special Teams Coordinator

The Cardinals have had the following head coaches since 2000:

Coach Tenure
Kliff Kingsbury 2019-present
Steve Wilks 2018
Bruce Arians 2013-2017
Ken Wisenhunt 2007-2012
Dennis Green 2004-2006
Dave McGinnis 2000-2003
Vince Tobin 1996-2000

Arizona Cardinals home games

All NFL teams have a designated home stadium. The Cardinals’ home games are held at State Farm Stadium. This stadium was inaugurated in 2006 and initially named University of Phoenix Stadium. However, in 2018, the naming rights were acquired by State Farm in an 18-year agreement.

  • Name: State Farm Stadium
  • Location: One Cardinals Drive, Glendale, AZ
  • Capacity is 63,400 but can be expanded to 72,200.
  • Groundbreaking: April 12, 2003
  • Date of opening: August 1, 2006
  • Construction cost: $455 million
  • Renovated: 2014, 2017
  • Capacity: 63,400, can be expanded to 78,600.
  • Parking: 14,000
  • 2011 BCS Championship Attendance Record: 78,603
  • Surface: Natural grass (Bermuda)
  • Events of Note: Fiesta Bowl, Monster Jam, AMA Supercross Championship

How to watch and listen to Arizona Cardinals games

Catching a game is one of the NFL season’s highlights for Cardinals fans. However, not everyone has the opportunity to attend the games in person. Therefore, the ability to view the game on TV, listen to it on the radio, or stream it online is the next best option.

If you want to watch the Cardinals on TV, the channel you need to tune into varies depending on who is broadcasting the game. Some games are shown on NBC, others on FOX, and some on CBS. ESPN and the NFL Network also broadcast some of the games.

Some fans opt for NFL Sunday Ticket subscriptions, enabling them to watch every game on the NFL schedule.

You can tune into the following for radio broadcasts:

Location Station Channel
Phoenix (flagship) Arizona's Sports Station 98.7 FM
Phoenix (old) KTAR 620 AM
Phoenix (old) KTAR 92.3 FM
Albuquerque KDEF 1150 AM
Flagstaff KVNA 600 AM
Holbrook KZUA 92.1 FM
Lake Havasu KNTR 980 AM
Kingman KGMN 100.1 FM
Miami KIKO 1340 AM
Prescott Valley KDDL/KQNA 94.3 FM
Sedona KAZM 780 AM
Springerville KRVZ 1400 AM
Thatcher KATO 1230 AM
Tucson KCUB 1290 AM
Yuma KBLU 560 AM

The options for streaming NFL games via streaming services are quite restricted. This limitation stems from the league’s stringent control over where the games can be streamed. Typically, you will have to stream via NFL.com and provide your cable or television service provider’s credentials.

Some games are streamed on subscription-based services such as Amazon Prime. Additionally, the Yahoo Sports app offers some games as well.

A brief history of the Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals boast a rich history in professional football, originating from 1898 when a team was formed from the Morgan Athletic Club to play football in Chicago. Here are some significant dates in the franchise’s history:

  • The Morgan Athletic Club, founded in 1898, was later acquired by Chris O’Brien and subsequently renamed the Racine Normals.
  • In 1901, the University of Chicago’s used game jerseys were maroon in color. This influenced O'Brien to rename his team as the Racine Street Cardinals.
  • In 1920, the Cardinals became a founding member of the American Professional Football Association, which was later renamed as the National Football League in 1922.
  • In 1922, the team’s name was changed to the Chicago Cardinals.
  • The NFL champions of 1925, after the suspension of the Pottsville Maroons.
  • In 1947, the NFL champions triumphed over the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • In 1960, the Cardinals relocated to St. Louis.
  • The St. Louis Cardinals made playoff appearances in 1974, 1975, and 1982.
  • In 1987, the organization relocated and was renamed as the Phoenix Cardinals.
  • In 1994, the team officially adopted the name Arizona Cardinals.
  • 1998 marked the first postseason win since 1947.
  • In 2008, the Cardinals were defeated by the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII with a score of 27-23.
  • 2009 – The first season to have 10 wins since settling in Arizona.
  • 2009 NFC West Champions
  • In 2014, Arizona had their best regular-season record with 11-5.
  • In 2014, they secured a wild card playoff berth.
  • 2015 – New franchise record of 13-3 for regular-season wins.
  • In 2015, they lost the NFC Championship game to the Carolina Panthers with a score of 49-15.

Will there be a State Farm sportsbook?

The Cardinals could operate a retail sportsbook under a sports betting license at the State Farm Stadium.

Considering the strong lobbying for more sports betting inclusion by leagues and teams, it appears certain that the Cardinals will seek one of the 10 commercial sportsbook licenses available in Arizona.

Arizona law sets aside a specific number of licenses for professional teams like the Cardinals. Following the acquisition of a license, these teams have the option to construct a physical sportsbook at their respective stadiums.

In certain states, teams and stadiums are permitted to provide an NFL betting lounge equipped with televisions and seating. Furthermore, there are on-site staff members available to assist individuals with downloading and initiating a betting app on their mobile devices.

The sportsbook at State Farm Stadium will likely promote online betting as much as, or even more than, the retail sportsbook. Essentially, the sportsbook is as focused on marketing as it is on accepting bets.

Anticipate that the sportsbook will be accessible not only to Cardinals’ game spectators but to a wider audience. It is probable that there will be an external entrance to the sportsbook, enabling it to operate throughout the year, not just during game seasons.

Potential partners for the Cardinals

Even though the Cardinals may technically possess a sports betting license in the future, they will not actually operate the sportsbook.

The team will likely partner with a gambling company to manage that. The Cardinals currently have a gambling partnership with the Gila River Indian Community, but it’s not clear if this will include sports betting.

No Gila River casino properties have previously provided sports betting. However, the tribe qualifies for one of the 10 tribal sportsbook licenses. Therefore, if the property desires, it can independently pursue this opportunity and aim to secure one of those licenses ahead of other competing tribes.

As of April 2021, the NFL is working with its three national sports betting partners, namely, DraftKings, FanDuel, and Caesars, all of whom have already outlined their plans for Arizona. DraftKings has already made an announcement regarding its partnership with TPC Scottsdale. FanDuel Sports Betting, on the other hand, has formed an alliance with the Phoenix Suns, while Caesars has struck a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Essentially, the Cardinals’ high profile could potentially open the door for an unexpected player, like BetMGM or PointsBet, to enter Arizona through a partnership with State Farm Stadium and the team.

Arizona Cardinals FAQ

The current owner of the Cardinals is Michael Bidwill, whose family has owned the team since 1933.

Forbes reported in September 2020 that the Arizona Cardinals had a value of $2.325 billion.

Kyler Murray is the 2021 signal caller for the Arizona Cardinals.

Despite the disappointment of Cardinals fans worldwide, the team has yet to secure a Super Bowl win. They did participate in the 2008 Super Bowl, but unfortunately lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the final minutes with a score of 27-23.