Cardinals odds and viewing guide for final preseason matchup against Saints

Cardinals Odds, How to Watch Final Preseason Game vs Saints

The Arizona Cardinals’ final preseason game of 2021 is scheduled for Saturday evening at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans. This game is anticipated to be the last one before the launch of legal sports betting in Arizona.

The Cardinals split their first two preseason games, defeating the Dallas Cowboys 19-16 and losing to the Kansas City Chiefs 17-10. Up next, they will take on the New Orleans Saints at 5 p.m. local time (8 p.m. EST) with hopes of getting a win.

Even though Arizona betting apps have yet to be released, futures odds for the Cardinals and other games can already be found. The upcoming launch of NFL betting in Arizona is anticipated to kick off the state’s gambling industry on a strong note.

The Saints are currently predicted to win by 3.5 points with a total score projection of 34.5 points, and New Orleans has won one game and lost one in the preseason.

It is expected that Kyler Murray, the Cardinals’ third-year quarterback, will play a significant role in the upcoming games. Despite being ranked 10th in the odds to win the NFL MVP in 2021, Murray only participated in one series during Arizona’s loss to Kansas City last Friday.

The former Heisman Trophy winner finished the night with two passing yards on 1 out of 4 completions, and added eight rushing yards.

After missing the team’s first game, Murray made his debut in the three-game preseason schedule.

Arizona will soon be offering sports betting.

Arizona sports betting is set to debut on September 9, just in time for the NFL regular season kickoff. The Arizona Cardinals will start their 17-game season on September 12, facing off against the Tennessee Titans in Nashville. Pre-registration for legal betting in Arizona will open this Saturday.

Prepare to be thrilled for the preseason finale this Saturday, which will mark the launch of sports betting in Arizona. The Cardinals are currently listed as a 3.5-point underdog on popular platforms like DraftKings Sportsbook, BetMGM, Unibet, FanDuel, PointsBet, and BetRivers.

BetMGM, Unibet, and FanDuel have set the over/under for Saturday’s game at 34.5, whereas DraftKings and PointsBet have placed it at 34.

The Cardinals-Saints game will be airing on Channel 12 (KPNX) in Phoenix, as well as on KTTU and KMSB in Tucson and KOAT in Albuquerque.

Players to keep an eye on from the Arizona Cardinals squad

Murray watch has entered its third week, as the Cardinals’ versatile quarterback has only participated in one series during the team’s two preseason games.

In his second season, Murray had an exceptional performance, throwing for 3,971 yards and 26 touchdowns, while also achieving a career-high of 819 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns.

In addition to Murray, it will be interesting to see which receivers are targeted on Saturday night, particularly following Greg Dortch’s impressive performance last week where he led the Cardinals in receptions (three) and receiving yards (44).

Be on the lookout for rookie wide receiver Rondale Moore this Saturday as he takes the field for Arizona. The former All-American at Purdue will be a threat both in the backfield and the slot.

Moore caught three passes for 15 yards and added nine yards on the ground in the game against the Chiefs. He is anticipated to have a significant role in head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s offensive plans going forward.

I wonder if Arizona’s secondary will be able to continue their success in forcing turnovers on defense like they did last week.

During the game last Friday, the team’s defense managed to secure two interceptions, one by third-year cornerback Byron Murphy Jr. and another by fifth-year safety Charles Washington.



Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher brings over seven years of experience covering sports and sports betting in Arizona. He has held previous positions at, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News. Currently, he is the lead writer at

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