- The Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds are +1000.
- Their Super Bowl odds were once at +800.
- Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins have missed games due to injuries.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds have dropped due to the injuries they have dealt with.
Their Super Bowl 56 odds were once at +800 and have dropped to +1000. This means that a $100 bet on the Cardinals would profit $1,000 rather than $800.
Super Bowl 56 Odds
- Buffalo Bills +600
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +650
- Green Bay Packers +850
- Los Angeles Rams +850
- Dallas Cowboys +900
- Kansas City Chiefs +950
- Arizona Cardinals +1000
- Tennessee Titans +1100
- Baltimore Ravens +1400
- New England Patriots +2000
Taking Advantage Of Longer Odds
The Cardinals have dealt with some serious injuries that have put a damper on their odds. Their top-two offensive threats, Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins, have both been sidelined for two straight weeks in which they have gone 1-1 in those games.
Murray has been dealing with an ankle injury while Hopkins has a hamstring injury. They have also seen other key players such as Chase Edmonds, Rashard Lawrence, and J.J. Watt all go down with injuries.
However, injuries aside, the bulk of their players are expected back in the coming weeks. When fully healthy, this team is top-5 on both sides of the ball as they average the fourth-most points on offense (28.7) and allow the fifth least points on defense (18.9).
They also have some credible wins this season against the Tennessee Titans, Minnesota Vikings, and Los Angeles Rams to prove their dominance on both sides of the ball.
Easy Road Ahead
Backing up the Cardinals Super Bowl odds is that they have one of the easiest remaining schedules this season. In their remaining seven games this season, their opponents have a combined record 28-36-1.
With already the top record in the NFC West division and remaining games against the 3-6 Seattle Seahawks, 3-6 Chicago Bears, and 0-8-1 Detroit Lions, the Cardinals are setting themselves up for a first-round bye.
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