Promo Codes & Odds for Arizona Cardinals vs. Tennessee Titans matchup

Arizona Cardinals vs. Tennessee Titans Odds & Promo Codes

NFL betting for the Arizona Cardinals begins in the Music City on Sunday.

The Cardinals will play against the Tennessee Titans in Arizona at 10 a.m. on Sunday. This will be the team’s first game since sports betting became legal in the state last Thursday.

Arizona betting apps show a slight preference for the Titans, but the line for the game in Tennessee reflects the Titans’ home-field advantage.

FanDuel Arizona, BetMGM Arizona, and DraftKings Arizona all have the Cardinals as +3 underdogs in their 12th matchup against Tennessee.

If you want to place a bet on the Arizona Cardinals, make sure to check out the promotions available at Arizona sportsbooks. WynnBET is currently running a “Triple the Spread” promotion where you can earn three times the points when betting on the underdog Cardinals.

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Watch Kyler Murray, the quarterback for the Cardinals.

Keep an eye on third-year QB Kyler Murray’s performance in this game, airing on CBS.

Murray begins the year with the 10th best odds of winning the 2021 NFL MVP, largely due to his outstanding performance in his second season. He threw for 3,971 yards and 26 touchdowns, with 12 interceptions.

Murray will once again have the luxury of playing alongside his offensive weapons from last season, such as All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who had an outstanding 115 receptions and 1,407 receiving yards in 2020.

It is uncertain whether Murray, who had 819 rushing yards in 2020 and finished second on the team, will have the same running opportunities now that last year’s leading rusher, Kenyan Drake (955 yards), has joined the Las Vegas Raiders.

After a strong 2020 season where he rushed for 448 yards and scored one touchdown as a former Fordham Ram, fourth-year RB Chase Edmonds is set to become the main ball carrier this year with head coach Kliff Kingsbury leading the way.

If Edmonds can find gaps in the Titans’ defense, Murray will have a multitude of opportunities to execute Kingsbury’s versatile run/pass option offense, a system he honed during his time as an offensive coordinator at Texas A&M.


JJ Watt’s Cardinals Debut

JJ Watt, who recently joined the team, is a crucial part of the puzzle as Kingsbury and defensive coordinator Vance Joseph strive to bolster the Cardinals’ defense. Watt agreed to a free agent deal with the team during the offseason.

Watt is currently in third place in the odds to win the 2021 Defensive Player of the Year award. Having won the honor three times with the Houston Texans, he now adds a valuable element to Joseph’s aggressive pass-rush strategies.

The Titans’ offensive line was impressive last year, ranking seventh in the league by allowing only 25 sacks. On the other hand, the Cardinals had a standout defensive line, finishing fourth in the league with 48 sacks.

Over the last two seasons, Watt, a seasoned 11-year player from Wisconsin, has seen a decrease in his tackle statistics and was unable to force a fumble in 2020.

Since 2016, this was the first season in which Watt did not force a fumble, as he was limited to playing only three games that year.

Oddsmakers are bullish on Watt’s potential influence on Joseph’s defense. The upcoming Sunday game will provide the first glimpse into whether this optimism is warranted.

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Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher, with over seven years of experience covering sports and sports betting in Arizona, has assumed the position of lead writer at yengols.com. His prior roles include working at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News.

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