The Seattle Seahawks travel to Glendale to have their first look at rookie Kyler Murray, who is still eyeing to lead this team to a win this season. Will Russell Wilson and company rebound from a loss? Or will the Cardinals finally get a victory this year? The Seahawks are +3500 to win Super Bowl 54, while the Cardinals are +10000 to win the NFC West.
Betting Preview for the Seattle Seahawks vs Arizona Cardinals NFL Regular Season Week 4 Game on September 29, 2019
Where: State Farm Stadium, Glendale
When: Sunday, September 29, 2019, 4:05 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Seattle Seahawks (2-1)
The Seahawks took their first spill of the season, losing to the New Orleans Saints at home in Week 3 to the tune of a 33-27 score. That’s despite Russell Wilson’s huge game in which he had 406 passing yards and two touchdowns without an interception on 32 of 50 completions. He didn’t stop there. Wilson also had 51 rushing yards and two scores on seven carries. Wilson can’t do it all, and he’s going to need wide receiver Tyler Lockett to keep his sticky hands on. Lockett had 154 receiving yards and a touchdown on 11 receptions and 14 targets. Tight end Will Dislsly could also see an increased role after the Seahawks traded tight end Nick Vannett to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Dissly is one of the most surprising performers in the league so far this season, as he currently has 124 receiving yards and three touchdowns on 12 receptions. He could have another solid game against a Cardinals’ defense that just got torched by Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen.
The Seahawks are 5-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last six road games.
Betting on the Arizona Cardinals (0-2-1)
The Cardinals remain winless after three weeks of the 2019 NFL season. In their last outing, they got pounded by the Panthers at home in a 38-20 loss at home. Kyler Murray had an uneven performance, passing for just 173 yards and two touchdowns against two interceptions on 30 of 43 completions. He also had 89 rushing yards on eight carries. The Cardinals have to increase their effort and determination in protecting Murray. The No. 1 overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft was sacked eight times for a loss of 46 yards. Murray is still learning the ropes in the pros, and getting hit that bad was part of his education, but that’s not an excuse for Arizona’s offensive line to act like a turnstile. The Cardinals are averaging 23.1 points and 328.0 total yards per game. They are allowing 29.3 points and 443.3 total yards per contest.
The over is 2-0 in the Cardinals’ last two home games.
The Seahawks win, 31-21.
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