Cardinals Betting Tracker: Lost Season Leads to Plenty of Change

Cardinals Betting Tracker: Lost Season Leads to Plenty of Change
By Editorial Staff
Fact Checked by Michael Peters

It's been less than a week since Arizona played its last game of the 2022 season, but it seems like a lifetime ago.

Since that 38-13 loss at San Francisco that saw defensive lineman J.J. Watt walk off the field for the final time, the Cardinals have cleaned house.

A day after the season ended, general manager Steve Keim stepped down and coach Kliff Kingsbury was fired. Kingsbury was dismissed less than a year after receiving a contract extension. The Cardinals are now in search of replacements, but Arizona's next head coach may still be offensive minded.

And although injured quarterback Kyler Murray is an instagram star, he likely won't be fully recovered from his torn ACL until after the start of the 2023 season.

While new beginnings always give hope to fan bases, the outlook for the Cardinals next year could be grim on Arizona betting apps.

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Cardinals Had Mighty Odds Fall

Cardinals Playoff Chances0% Chance
Projected Wins6.5 Games
🏆 Cardinals Super Bowl OddsNL

Arizona was eliminated from playoff contention with three weeks go to in the season after starting the year at 46% to make the postseason.

Want to place bets on the Cardinals? The top Arizona sportsbooks offer bettors all of these markets but with varying odds, which means there is value in shopping around, so we recommend checking a few betting apps before placing a bet on the Cardinals when next season kicks off.

Season Odds Review

There were some early predictors of the Cardinals' struggles this year in how the team performed against the spread.

Murray missed his passing yards total in eight of the 11 games he played and only hit is over on completions four times. But he threw at least one interception six times this season, while throwing for two or more touchdowns in a game five times.

Running back James Conner, who missed four games with injury, was over on his rushing attempts just twice in 10 games with an available prop bet in that category.

And receiver A.J. Green, who came over from Cincinnati in the offseason, failed to surpass the over in yards and receptions in all seven games with available prop bets in those categories.

Cardinals By The Numbers

Bet Record
🏈Moneyline record 4-13
🏈ATS record 8-9
🏈ATS Home record 4-5
🏈ATS Away record 4-3
🏈Over/Under record 11-6
🏈Cardinals Team Total O/U 8-9
🏈Opposing Team Total O/U 6-11
🏈Cardinals 1st Half record 5-11-1
🏈Cardinals 2nd Half record 4-11-2
🏈Kyler Murray Passing Yards 3-8
🏈Kyler Murray Passing TDs 5-6
🏈Kyler Murray Rushing Yards 6-5
🏈Kyler Murray Interceptions 6-5
🏈Kyler Murray Completions 4-6
🏈James Connor Rushing Yards 8-3
🏈James Connor Receiving Yards 4-5
🏈James Connor Rush Attempts 2-8
🏈AJ Green Receiving Yards 0-7
🏈AJ Green Receptions 0-7
🏈Marquise Brown Receiving Yards 4-4
🏈Marquise Brown Receptions 4-4
🏈Rondale Moore Receiving Yards 4-3
🏈Rondale Moore Receptions 3-3
🏈Zach Ertz Receiving Yards 5-5
🏈Zach Ertz Receptions 4-4
🏈Greg Dortch Receiving Yards 3-2
🏈Greg Dortch Receptions 2-2-1

The above chart represents the over/under record of each prop bet based on the official lines provided by BetMGM Sportsbook Arizona. The lines used in the above chart were tracked at 1 p.m. EST on Friday for a Sunday game (or when the lines were first posted if not available Friday).

How Many Games Will Arizona Win? Cardinals Win Total 2022

Arizona won 11 regular-season games last season, but missed its final 2022 win total of over/under 6.5 wins at FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona. Last season was the first time the Cardinals had won more than eight games since 2015.

Cardinals Super Bowl Odds

The Cardinals are off the Super Bowl odds chart after being eliminated from the playoffs. The Arizona Cardinals have appeared in one Super Bowl (2008), but they have never been able to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. Arizona hosts Super Bowl 57 at State Farm Stadium.

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