The highly anticipated rematch between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks will welcome NFL fans to Week 11 of the season. If this game would live up to the high-octane action of the first meeting, then brace yourselves, as we are all in for a wild ride on Thursday night.
Betting Preview for the Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks Regular Season Week 11 Game on November 19, 2020
Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle
When: Thursday, November 19, 2020, 8:20 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX/NFLN/Amazon
Betting on the Arizona Cardinals (+3)
Regular Season Record: 6-3
It took just one play for the Cardinals to become the story of Week 10. Kyler Murray’s game-winning touchdown pass to DeAndre Hopkins in Arizona’s 32-30 victory at home over the Buffalo Bills last Sunday will be replayed for eternity. There could be more highlights in store for the Cardinals in Week 11 in the rematch against the Seahawks, whose defense remains very prone to abuse. The Seahawks are last in the NFL with 353.3 passing yards allowed per game, and Murray and Hopkins know that from first-hand experience. In the Cardinals’ 37-34 overtime win over Seattle at home in Week 7, Murray passed for 360 yards and three touchdowns with just an interception on 34-of-48 completions. He wasn’t even sacked at all. Hopkins had 103 receiving yards in that game with a touchdown on 10 receptions. What’s going to stop the Cardinals from doing the same this coming Sunday?
The Cardinals, who are averaging 29.6 points per game, have seen the total go over in all of their last three contests.
Betting on the Seattle Seahawks (-3)
Regular Season Record: 6-3
There seems to be a drop in the level of play of Russell Wilson of late. Wilson was ineffective in his last start, as he went 22 of 37 for 248 passing yards with zero touchdowns and two interceptions, while getting mauled in the backfield with six sacks taken for a loss of 28 yards during the Seahawks’ 23-16 road loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 10. Wilson has thrown nine touchdowns in Seattle’s last four games but also got picked off seven times over that stretch. In the first meeting with the Cardinals, Wilson threw three touchdowns against three interceptions. Still, Wilson is Wilson, and he can bring an MVP-caliber performance on any given game, especially against an Arizona team that’s just 20th in the NFL against the pass. The Cardinals are allowing 249.8 passing yards per game. After sacking Jared Goff thrice last Sunday, the Seahawks’ pass rush will look to be as productive, when it faces Murray again.
The Seahawks are 3-1 against the spread in their last four home games.
The Seahawks win, 34-30.
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