Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl Betting Odds
The Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl betting odds for the 2019-20 season could be interesting. The Cardinals finished with the worst record in the NFL last season, giving them the honor of picking first in the NFL Draft this year. They selected Quarterback Kyler Murray out of Oklahoma and hired former Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury as they rebuild to try to bring Arizona a Super Bowl trophy. The first-year coach-quarterback duo certainly has their work cut out for them as the Cardinals finished the 2018 season with a record of 3-13. There’s a lot of room for improvement as the Cardinals try to make it out of the basement of the league and back into the playoffs.
Arizona has some talent around rookie Kyler Murray, David Johnson is still a top tier running back in the NFL and the defense has talent as well with All-Pro cornerback Patrick Peterson and defensive lineman Chandler Jones as its leaders. Placing a bet on rookie quarterback could come with quite the reward if the Cardinals take the league by surprise this season and make it to the playoffs. Online bookmakers will be with them every step of the way, with NFC and Super Bowl betting odds updated every week. Find out where to place your bets, and how the outlook for the Cardinals will change throughout the season.
Arizona finished at the bottom of the NFC West last year and have missed the playoffs the past three seasons. With an entirely new coaching staff, Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl 54 betting odds could be trending upwards as the season progresses. They will be one of the more intriguing teams based on Kliff Kingsbury’s high-volume passing attack, and Kyler Murray was the consensus best quarterback prospect in the 2019 NFL draft. Larry Fitzgerald is still suiting up for the Cardinals this season and he will still be able to make a difference especially helping with the development of Kyler Murray. The Cardinals look to become competitive and establish themselves as a legitimate playoff contender again. The odds were stacked against the Cardinals as they were considered long shots to make it to Super Bowl 54, but anything is possible. Stay up to date with the latest SB54 odds for the Arizona Cardinals.
Onto Arizona Cardinals NFC Conference odds. The Arizona Cardinals haven’t made the NFC Championship game since 2015 when they lost to Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, 49-15. Since then the Cardinals haven’t made the playoffs or finished a season above .500. The Cardinals aren’t expected to make a lot of noise this year with a rookie quarterback and head coach. Without those high expectations, it may allow Arizona to fly under the radar this season as they continue to rebuild their roster around Kyler Murray. Arizona also drafted three WR’s in the 2019 NFL draft Andy Isabella, Hakeem Butler, and KeeSean Johnson each wide receiver has their own unique skillset and all of them are poised to have an impact on the Cardinals passing game right away. If the Cardinals somehow find a way to make the playoffs the payoff would be pretty spectacular as the NFC Conference odds for the Cardinals were third-longest to start the season.