Arizona residents now have the opportunity to place bets on the Arizona Cardinals, one of the NFL’s most iconic franchises, thanks to the legalization of online sports betting in the AZ. With various sportsbooks available, fans can test their knowledge and increase the excitement of each game by placing their bets.
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What Bets Can be Made on the Cardinals?
Prior to the start of the 2022-23 season, it was slightly more popular to place a futures bet on the Cardinals winning their first Super Bowl. On BetMGM, they entered the season at +3000. They were a team that fizzled out at the end of last season but still had the pieces in place to make a deep postseason run.
They had a borderline top-10 offense and defense, and nothing seemed to be out of their reach as long as Murray was creating magic on the field. Apparently, though, Deandre Hopkins was the only thing holding that offense together.
Other bets you can make on the Cardinals include: making the playoffs (+1300), winning the NFC West (+3000), regular season win total over 6.5 (+125), and if you really believe they’ll turn it around and win out, you can bet on Murray bringing home his first MVP award (+20000). You can keep track of all your Cardinals odds here.
Where Can You Bet on Arizona Teams?
Currently, there are 9 online sportsbooks available to Arizona bettors: DraftKings, Caesars, BetMGM, BetRivers, BetFred, FanDuel, Unibet, WynnBet, and Barstool Sports. Online sports betting in Arizona has only been legal in the state for a year and a half though, so others may become available in the future.
If you’re betting in Arizona though, you’ll want to check out BetMGM. BetMGM is partnered with the Cardinals and recently opened the first sportsbook bar and grill in NFL history right next to the stadium. Additionally, you can get all sorts of Arizona promo codes. There are up to 15 promo codes and deals you can take advantage of that are changing all the time.
Where Can You Watch the Games?
The majority of Cardinals games are available on FOX, when they play at home against an AFC team the game will be featured on CBS (Week 12 vs LA Chargers), and then the Cardinals play 3 more times this season in a prime time slot, twice on Monday Night Football on ESPN and once on Sunday Night Football on NBC. If you’re in Phoenix, you can also listen to Cardinals radio on KTAR/98.7 FM, and all other cities and channels can be found here.
What’s the Best Bet to Make?
Right now the win total for the Cardinals is at 6.5 on all the major sportsbooks, with odds right around +125. The Cardinals have 3 wins at the moment and could certainly have another 4 on their schedule against the Rams, Patriots, Broncos, and Falcons, all currently with losing records except the Patriots at 5-4. If you want to gain an advantage though, and you believe the Cardinals still have a shot to make the playoffs, those odds differ across the most popular books:
Cardinals Odds to Make the Playoffs:
Cardinals Betting FAQs
Online sports betting is legal in Arizona, and there are 9 sportsbooks available for Arizona bettors: DraftKings, Caesars, BetMGM, BetRivers, BetFred, FanDuel, Unibet, WynnBet, and Barstool Sports. You can also head to the stadium and visit the BetMGM sportsbook to place your bets and enjoy a sports bar and grill.
Between the most popular sportsbooks, you can bet on the Cardinals winning the Super Bowl, winning the NFC championship, winning the NFC West division title, making the playoffs, what stage they’ll be eliminated from the postseason, if they’ll have the worst record in the league, and their win total on the season. The odds of the Cardinals winning anything are pretty long right now as they sit in the basement of the NFC West.
The Cardinals have made it to one Super Bowl, in 2008, but they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers and have never won the big game.
It would be hard to argue for anyone other than Larry Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald holds the franchise records for catches, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns, and is second only to Jerry Rice in receptions and receiving yards all time (6th in receiving touchdowns). He was the face of the franchise for a decade and a half, and if the team had pulled off a win in their lone Super Bowl appearance, Fitzgerald’s 7 catches for 127 yards and two touchdowns may have won him the MVP.