Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks odds, picks and prediction
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The Arizona Cardinals (6-3) and Seattle Seahawks (6-3) kick off Week 11 in the NFL with an NFC West showdown with playoff implications on Thursday Night Football. Kickoff is at 8:20 p.m. at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Below, we preview the Cardinals-Seahawks betting odds and lines and make our NFL picks and predictions.
Cardinals at Seahawks: Betting odds, spread and lines
Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated at 9:10 a.m. ET.
- Money line: Cardinals +140 (bet $100 to win $140) | Seahawks -162 (bet $162 to win $100)
- Against the spread/ATS: Cardinals +3 (-106) | Seahawks -3 (-115)
- Over/Under: 57.5 (O: -110 | U: -110)
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Cardinals at Seahawks: Game notes
- The Cardinals have the league’s No. 1 offense in terms of yards, gaining 425.4 total yards per contest.
- The Seahawks are the league’s top-scoring team with an average of 32.2 points scored per game.
- Seahawks QB Russell Wilson has a league-leading 28 touchdown passes this season, but was intercepted by the Cardinals three times in Week 7 and has thrown multiple interceptions in three of his last four games.
- Seattle has lost three of its last four games, allowing 34.66 points per game in those three losses.
- Cardinals QB Kyler Murray has 17 touchdown passes and 10 rushing touchdowns this season and has had at least one of each in eight of nine games this year.
Cardinals at Seahawks: Key injuries
- OL Justin Murray (hand) out
- DL Corey Peters (knee) out
- DL Jordan Phillips (hamstring) out
- LB De’Vondre Campbell (calf) questionable
- TE Darrell Daniels (ankle) questionable
- S Charles Washington (groin) questionable
- TE Maxx Williams (ankle) questionable
- WR Tyler Lockett (knee) questionable
- CB Quinton Dunbar (knee) out
- CB Shaquill Griffin (hamstring) out
- RB Chris Carson (foot) questionable
- OL Ethan Pocic (concussion) out
- CB Neiko Thorpe (core) out/IR
- G Jordan Simmons (calf) out
- RB Travis Homer (knee, thumb) doubtful
Cardinals at Seahawks: Odds, betting lines, predictions and picks
Cardinals 33, Seahawks 27
Money line (?)
Both teams have the same record but Arizona has had uncanny success in Seattle, losing only once there since 2013. Seattle’s defense is bad to begin with and depleted with injuries, while the Cardinals offense is healthy and is able to move the ball against anyone.
Arizona is also 3-0 straight up as underdogs this season, so go with that trend. Take CARDINALS (+140).
Against the spread (?)
The Cardinals have been money as underdogs. They have covered the spread and won outright all three games this season in which they were underdogs. Seattle is a respectable 4-3 ATS as the favorites, but they are playing too poorly on defense against a potent Cardinals attack.
Take CARDINALS +3 (-106).
The Cardinals had their first six games go Under the projected point total to start the season, but they have gone Over in each of their last three contests. The last Cardinals-Seahawks game went Over and Seattle is 6-3 O/U. This feels like a lock. Take OVER 57.5 (-110).
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Seattle Seahawks Betting Guide
Schedule, Odds, And Predictions
It was the Russell Wilson Show to begin 2020 for the Seattle Seahawks; Russ was cookin’, the offense was unstoppable, if it only weren’t for their defense, they’d walk right to a Super Bowl title. However, it is for their defense and the Seahawks have cooled down mightily. The defense is on track to give up more passing yards to opposing teams than any other team in NFL history by nearly 1,000 yards. Their in-division struggles are reason for concerns.
Things aren’t all doom and gloom for Seattle– the Seahawks are still in real contention for the NFC West and even Super Bowl LV. D.K. Metcalf is a real-life super hero and is emerging as one of the league’s biggest stars at receiver. The Seahawks need to step up their game against the NFL’s real contenders, who have accounted for all of their losses. There’s no reason to panic, Seattle, but there is reason for concern.
On this page, we highlight the Seahawks results from the 2019-20 season and look at how key offseason moves and draft choices might change their betting odds ahead of the 2020-21 season. Below you’ll find their schedule and key information on how to bet on the Seahawks before and during the NFL season.
Seattle Seahawks Week 12 odds
Seahawks futures odds
Seahawks Super Bowl odds
Their odds still remain good to win Super Bowl LV (+1400), but there’s real trends that should make you wary of betting on the Seahawks in that regard. Until they pick up a win against a serious contender, Seattle is looking more like a first-round playoff exit.
NFC West odds
Seattle picked up a huge in-division win over the Cardinals to avoid the season sweep and regained control of odds tables. The 7-3 Seahawks now sit -115 to win the NFC West– one of the NFL’s most exciting division races.
Seattle Seahawks 2020 schedule and betting odds
|Week||Date (Time)||Opponent||Opening Spread|
|1||Sunday, Sep. 13 (1 p.m. ET)||at Atlanta||Seahawks -1|
|2||Sunday, Sep. 20 (8:20 p.m. ET)||vs. New England||Seahawks -3.5|
|3||Sunday, Sep. 27 (4:25 p.m. ET)||vs. Dallas||TBD|
|4||Sunday, Oct. 4 (1 p.m. ET)||at Miami||TBD|
|5||Sunday, Oct. 11 (8:20 p.m. ET)||vs. Minnesota||TBD|
|7||Sunday, Oct. 25 (4:05 p.m. ET)||at Arizona||TBD|
|8||Sunday, Nov. 1 (4:25 p.m. ET)||vs. San Francisco||TBD|
|9||Sunday, Nov. 8 (1 p.m. ET)||at Buffalo||TBD|
|10||Sunday, Nov. 15 (4:25 p.m. ET)||at LA Rams||TBD|
|11||Thursday, Nov. 19 (8:20 p.m. ET)||vs. Arizona||TBD|
|12||Monday, Nov. 30 (8:15 p.m. ET)||at Philadelphia||Eagles -2.5|
|13||Sunday, Dec. 6 (4:05 p.m. ET)||vs. NY Giants||Seahawks -7.5|
|14||Sunday, Dec. 13 (4:05 p.m. ET)||vs. NY Jets||Seahawks -7.5|
|15||Sunday, Dec. 20 (1 p.m. ET)||at Washington||TBD|
|16||Sunday, Dec. 27 (4:05 p.m. ET)||vs. LA Rams||TBD|
|17||Sunday, Jan. 3 (4:25 p.m. ET)||at San Francisco||TBD|
How to bet on the Seahawks
Seattle’s odds to win the Super Bowl opened at +2000 and drifted down to +2200 at DraftKings Sportsbook during the offseason. They’re still ahead of the Rams and Cardinals but behind the 49ers with to win the NFC West.
These bets are called futures and can be placed prior to the season at these odds, with odds likely to shift throughout the NFL season. A preseason $10 bet on the Seahawks to win their division would profit $22.50 at DK at +225 odds, and a $20 bet on Seattle to win the Super Bowl would profit a healthy $440 if successful.
There are multiple ways to bet on individual Seahawks games throughout the season. The simplest way to bet an NFL game is to take the moneyline, which simply picks the winner with varying odds depending on who is favored. Seattle was favored in 11 of 16 regular season games last year and won plenty of close games. Taking the moneyline (-122 odds) in the Seahawks 30-29 win over the Rams paid out $18.20 last October, but a bet on Seattle to cover a 1.5-point spread would’ve failed.
Point spreads are a way to equalize the betting field by setting a number that the winning team must cover in order for bets on that winning team to cash. Odds are usually set around -110 for either side of the spread, meaning that the sportsbook takes a 10% “vig” for organizing the action, but bettors are getting close to even money otherwise. When the Seahawks fell, 28-23, to the Packers in the Divisional Round last playoffs, the Packers barely covered the assigned 4.5-point spread. Bets on Green Bay to cover cashed, thanks to a failed 2-point conversion in the fourth quarter.
Every game is also assigned a point total, referring to the combined score between the two teams. Most Seahawks games have totals between 44 and 52 points, with 9 of their 17 games going Over those totals. The Seahawks playoff game against the Packers cleared the point total of 46 with ease, but their 17-9 Wild Card win over the Eagles came up well short of a 44-point Over/Under line.
There is a market for taking proposition bets on individual Seattle players. Most prop bets are on QBs and Russell Wilson has a line for passing yards (4,000.5) and passing TDs (30.5) with -110 odds at DraftKings Sportsbook. If Seattle’s QB tosses 31 TD passes this year, a $20 bet on him to go Over that TD total would cash $38.50 at those odds.
Parlays and teasers
During the NFL season, you can combine bets into a parlay or teaser. A parlay combines multiple bets on the moneyline, spread, or point total from the same game or multiple games, with few limits on how many bets can be combined. But while the odds improve the more bets are combined, all the bets have to be successful for a parlay to cash. A teaser also requires multiple bets to cash, but allows for all the point spreads and totals to move in a favorable direction so that they are more likely to cash. The odds adjust for that movement.
Seahawks 2019 recap
The Seahawks started the season 10-2 with a few impressive wins including a 27-24 OT thriller at San Francisco. Then they hit a lull due in part to some injuries with four losses over their last six games including a head-scratching whoopings at the hands of the Rams and Cardinals. Seattle’s inability to protect Russell Wilson was a theme throughout the year, although the MVP candidate frequently covered up those deficiencies with his playmaking ability.
Seattle’s defensive was uncharacteristically poor last year. The Seahawks ranked 26th in DVOA rush defense with the third-most rushing TDs allowed (1.3) per game and the sixth-most yards allowed (5.9) per play. Clowney helped shore up some of those issues, but Seattle is a long way from the Super Bowl contender that leaned on its intimidating defense.
Thanks in part to Wilson’s heroics, the Seahawks went 6-3-1 against the spread (ATS) on the road last year. However, they were 4-6-1 ATS as favorites and 2-4 against NFC West opponents. The Seahawks routinely played up against elite competition and were a locked-in ticket when they were heavy underdogs at San Francisco during a November meeting.
When the Seahawks played out of division, they were 7-5 in terms of going over the projected point total. NFC West games were 2-3-1 in terms of going under the point total. Their games had an 8-4-1 record going Over following a win.
Seahawks 2020 offseason moves
Key trade: Jamal Adams, S (from Jets)
Key re-signings: Jacob Hollister, TE (second-round tender); Mike Iupati, OG; Jarran Reed, DT (two years, $23M)
Key free agent losses: George Fant, OT (to Jets); Quinton Jefferson, DE (to Bills); Al Woods, DT (to Jaguars)
Key free agent signings: Greg Olsen, TE (from Panthers); Bruce Irvin, LB (from Panthers); Brandon Shell, OT (from Jets), B.J. Finney, OG (from Steelers); Phillip Dorsett, WR (from Patriots);
Key draft picks: Jordyn Brooks, LB (1st round); Darrell Taylor, DE (2nd round); Damien Lewis, OG (3rd round); Alton Robinson, DE (5th round)
Seattle’s big move this off-season came late, with the trade for All-Pro safety Jamal Adams in July. The Seahawks gave up two first round draft picks and safety Bradley McDougald to shore up its secondary with an elite talent like Adams.
Seattle Seahawks betting guide 2020. Weekly schedule with betting spreads and totals, plus how to bet the Seahawks to win the NFC West and Super Bowl.