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Green Bay Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals Odds

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/06/2010
Green Bay Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals Odds

Green Bay Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals odds opened at Cardinals -2 ½ and the betting public has driven that line all the way down to -1 at BetUS.com and elsewhere (bet it here).

"The Green Bay Packers rocked the Arizona Cardinals this past Sunday in Arizona," D.S. Williamson of BetUS.com said.  "It should be noted that the Cardinals rested a lot of their starters since a victory didn't mean anything, but Green Bay looked so good, were so dominant, that the Cardinals have to be thinking about what's going to happen this Sunday when the two teams meet."

Green Bay beat Arizona 33 to 7.

Green Bay lost just one of its final seven games, and that was a tough loss at Pittsburgh on a last-second pass. The Packers scored 27 or more points in five of those games. ... Arizona went just 3-3 down the stretch and struggled twice with a Rams team in that stretch that mustered just a single victory all season.

But make no mistake about it, Arizona has weapons.

NFL.com is quick to point out what those weapons are:

Larry Fitzgerald was pretty much unstoppable last January. It may take another heroic effort for this team to advance this weekend. Charles Woodson is as good of a shutdown, press-man corner as there is in the NFL. He very well may be the defensive MVP. If Woodson, who left Sunday's game with a right shoulder injury, does his thing against Fitzgerald, you have to fancy the Packers' chances.

Some important Green Bay Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals odds trends to consider before betting on this game include:

The Packers have won 4 of 5 against Arizona this past decade.

Green Bay is 5-0-1 ATS in their last 6 games following a S.U. win.

The Packers are 5-0-1 ATS in their last 6 vs. NFC.

The Packers are 15-5-1 ATS in their last 21 games as an underdog.

The Packers are 33-16-2 ATS in their last 51 games overall.

The Cardinals are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 playoff games.

The Cardinals are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games in January.

The Cardinals are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games following a ATS loss.

The Cardinals are 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games as a favorite of 0.5-3.0.

Arizona is 7-2 ATS in their last 9 games as a home favorite of 0.5-3.0.

The Cardinals are 7-2 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.

In the end, Williamson of BetUS.com believes the best bet on this game (and maybe the safest) will be on the OVER 47.

"Yes, 47 is a big number in an NFL playoff game but Green Bay has no shot of stopping the Cardinals from scoring and the Cardinals have no shot of stopping Green Bay from scoring.

"Green Bay's D has shut down only one good quarterback this season and that was Tony Romo. They have no shot at stopping a healthy Kurt Warner and wide receivers Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin.  This game should go over by a mile."

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Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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