- The Arizona Cardinals have +4000 odds to win the Super Bowl.
- The Arizona Cardinals' odds to win the NFC Championship are +1800.
- The Cardinals have the longest odds to win the NFC West at +550 odds.
PHOENIX – There were a lot of high hopes on the Arizona Cardinals going into the 2020 season and the expectations remain just high or even higher going into the 2021 season.
The Cardinals Super Bowl odds are sitting at +4000 odds and have made a strong case for their odds to be strongly considered.
They finished the 2020 season with an 8-8 record which was their first time finishing at or above .500 in the last three seasons.
Backing up their high expectations going into the season is the fact that they capped off last season recording the sixth most total yards on the season at 6,153 yards.
Cardinals Free Agency/Draft Moves
The Arizona Cardinals were one of the busiest teams during the offseason after adding much-needed depth across the board to surround both Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins.
They added more offensive weapons for Murray to get comfortable with and much-needed leadership on defense as well.
Cardinals Offseason Moves
- J.J. Watt, DL
- A.J. Green, WR
- James Conner, RB
- Malcolm Butler, DB
- Luq Barcoo, DB
- Matt Prater, K
- Zaven Collins, LB
- Rondale Moore, WR
- Marco Wilson, DB
- Victor Dimukeje, LB
Adding AJ Green and James Conner through free agency is huge as it gives Kyler Murray not only another proven consistent receiver and also a solid goal line running back.
On defense, they suffered the loss of both Patrick Peterson and Haason Reddick but gained a new veteran leader on defense with J.J. Watt who is expected to make his force known right away.
Cardinals Odds Movement
Despite all of the positive moves that this team made in the offseason, their Super Bowl odds have not seen a positive shift at all.
They were once sitting at +3000 and have since moved back to +4000. Their odds to win the NFC Championship stayed put at +1800 since they first opened. Their odds to win the NFC West division saw a slight jump forward having opened up at +650 and now being listed at +550 before the start of the 2021 NFL season.
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