The Arizona Cardinals Odds to Win the 2009 Super Bowl

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Mary Montgomery
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Give it up for those Arizona Cardinals. Playing in such a weak division all but guarantees them a shot at the playoffs and the chance to go all the way. It's not too early to start thinking Arizona Cardinals and the 2009 Super Bowl.

The payout would be amazing, although you might have thought they were much bigger underdogs.

Early odds had Arizona paying $2700 for every $100 bet to win the 2009 Super Bowl. Those odds have fluctuated ever since.

Sunday, Arizona beat the team that was favored to win the Super Bowl - the Dallas Cowboys.

Never before had an NFL team started a game with a kickoff return for a score, then ended it with a blocked punt in overtime for a touchdown. That's exactly what transpired on Sunday in Arizona.

J.J. Arrington, inactive the first four games of the season, opened things up with a 93-yard return for an Arizona score.

Several comebacks and many clutch plays later, Sean Morey blocked Mat McBriar's punt, then Monty Beisel scooped up the ball and scored from 3 yards to give the Cardinals a wild 30-24 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.

The Cardinals improved to 3-0 at home this season and 4-2 overall, which is their best start since doing so in 2002. Unfortunately they finished 5-11 that year. But the Cardinals are in the weakest of all divisions, so that alone should ensure they surpass 5 wins.

Arizona actually saved the day for us here at, allowing us to go 3-3 on the day with our picks.

As for the latest 2009 Super Bowl odds, they'll be out around mid week. SBG Global is offering huge cash bonuses when you open an online betting account today. Check Them Out Here


Mary Montgomery,

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