That’s because the Cardinals lost to the Los Angeles Rams 30-23, falling to 3-3 at home and 10-3 for the year — knocking Arizona to the No. 3 seed in the NFC.
The Cardinals have five days to shake off their first loss in almost a month, as they head to the Motor City to play the 1-11-1 Detroit Lions at 11 a.m. Arizona time Sunday on FOX.
Cardinals Sizable Road Favorites Over Lions
Arizona sportsbooks aren’t expecting Kyler Murray and company to suffer much of a hangover in Detroit, with Arizona listed as a double-digit favorite.
At BetMGM Arizona, the Cardinals are at -13.5 (-110).
For those looking to make a moneyline wager, BetMGM Arizona has the Cardinals at -833, while DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona has them at -800, and FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona has the visitors at -820.
All three have the over/under at 47.5 (-110) total points.
Arizona’s Super Bowl Odds Take a Hit
Monday night’s loss to the Rams dented Arizona’s Super Bowl betting odds.
Both BetMGM Arizona and Caesars Sportsbook Arizona have the Cardinals at +900, ranking fifth overall in the NFL.
Before Monday’s loss, FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona listed the Cardinals among its top three Super Bowl favorites at +750.
Stacking up the Rest of the Schedule
The Cardinals close out the regular season with games against Indianapolis and Seattle at home, sandwiched between a road game against Dallas. Both the Colts (7-6) and Cowboys (9-4) have winning records. The Seahawks are 5-8.
Arizona’s game against Indianapolis takes place on Christmas Day at 6:15 p.m. Arizona time on the NFL Network.
After losing as a 3.5-point favorite Monday night, the Cardinals are 9-4-0 against the spread this season.