After the loss to the Colts, Arizona betting apps have lowered the Cardinals’ Super Bowl odds.

Arizona Betting Apps Drop Cardinals Super Bowl Odds After Loss to Colts

The Arizona Cardinals’ odds of winning the Super Bowl decreased even more on Christmas night.

After losing to Indianapolis, Arizona’s season record fell to 10-5, marking their third straight loss after starting the season with seven consecutive wins. Their defeats came at the hands of the Colts, Detroit (30-12), and the L.A. Rams (30-23).

The Cardinals will have a difficult task ahead of them as they head to face the 11-4 Dallas Cowboys, who are currently the second-ranked team in the NFC. The game will take place at 2:25 p.m. Arizona time on Sunday and will be aired on FOX. Kliff Kingsbury’s team will need to bring their A-game to compete against the tough competition.

Arizona sports betting apps have grown more hesitant following the team’s recent series of defeats.

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Cardinals’ chances of winning the Super Bowl are diminishing.

The Cardinals’ chances of winning the Super Bowl have steadily decreased each week, moving them from a top contender to a less favored option.

BetMGM Arizona has dropped the Cardinals from fourth place on its league board with odds of +750 four weeks ago, to now being tied for ninth place with odds of +2000.

The Cardinals’ odds at Caesars Sportsbook Arizona have dropped from +800 to +2500 over the last three weeks, moving them to 10th place overall.

DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona currently has the Cardinals listed at +2200 to win Super Bowl LVI, putting them in 10th place in the league. Their odds have changed recently, with them being +1800 last week, +1000 two weeks ago, and +800 the week before that.

In just one week, the Arizona Cardinals’ odds at FanDuel Sportsbook have changed from +1300 to +2000. They are currently ranked 10th on the Super Bowl big board.

This week, TwinSpires Arizona, a Churchill Downs company, is now offering +2500 odds for the Cardinals to win Super Bowl LVI, which have increased from +1700 just one week ago.

What are the chances of a rebound on Sunday?

Sportsbooks have labeled the Arizona Cardinals as underdogs as they look to make a comeback on Sunday.

Caesars Sportsbook predicts that Dallas is a 6-point favorite in the upcoming game. Arizona has a moneyline of +205, while the Cowboys are at -250. The over/under for total points in the game is set at 51.

In Arizona, FanDuel Sportsbook is giving the Cardinals a 6-point disadvantage with a total of 51.5 points for the over/under bet.

What the Cardinals Playoff Picture Appears Like

Even with their recent string of losses, the Cardinals have managed to clinch a playoff berth for the first time since 2015.

As of now, Arizona is the fifth seed in the NFC playoffs, setting them up to face Tampa Bay in the Wild Card round as the fourth seed.

Kingsbury’s team is currently trailing the 11-4 Rams by one game in the race for the NFC West championship.

The Rams will wrap up their regular season with an away game against Baltimore, who has an 8-6 record, on Sunday. They will then host San Francisco, who holds an 8-7 record, on January 9th.

After playing the Cowboys this week, Arizona will close out the season with a home game against Seattle on Jan. 9, who currently holds a 5-10 record.

In the event that Arizona wins the division title, they will guarantee themselves a home game in the Wild Card round.



Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher has spent more than seven years reporting on sports and sports betting in Arizona for a variety of publications such as, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News. He now holds the position of lead writer at

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