Arizona Cardinals Regular Season Wins Prediction, Betting Odds 2017

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Jul/15/2017

The Arizona Cardinals regular season wins prediction had them favored slightly to finish at the .500 mark with a price of -120 on the UNDER 8.5 and -110 on the OVER that number.  Second-year running back David Johnson is one bright spot for this team that took a step back in 2016.  Never-the-less, Arizona plays in a division that includes the LA Rams and San Francisco 49ers, both seen as weaker teams than the Cardinals, and this could help pad their overall record a bit.  The defensive line took a hit with the departure of Calais Campbell while Special Teams is also a concern.  The receiving corps are solid entering 2017.  Just how well can Carson Palmer hold up remains the nagging question.  MadMan Sports breaks this one down below, games they will probably win and probably lose (from June 18).

 

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