The Super Bowl odds for the Cardinals have not changed since the NFL Draft.

Cardinals’ Super Bowl Odds Remain Unchanged Since NFL Draft

During the offseason, the Arizona Cardinals made significant moves by adding defensive end J.J. Watt and wide receiver A.J. Green to their roster. Combined, the two players have earned a total of 12 Pro Bowl appearances over the course of their careers.

Zaven Collins, a linebacker from Tulsa, was selected in the first round of the NFL draft, followed by Purdue receiver Rondale Moore in the second round.

Did the acquisitions provide enough strength to push Arizona to the next level in the NFC? Let’s analyze the current futures lines on Arizona Cardinals betting sites for the upcoming season.

Cardinals Super Bowl Odds

The Cardinals have a +4000 odds of winning the Super Bowl, ranking them lower than 16 other teams with higher chances.

Arizona NFL betting sites are showing that despite the acquisitions of Watt and Green, as well as the NFL Draft, there has not been significant change for the Cardinals this offseason. The team’s lower odds are likely due to the strong competition within their division.

PointsBet Arizona and other top bookmakers have given the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks better Super Bowl odds than their NFC West counterpart.

The Cardinals are in the same conference as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have kept all 22 starters from their championship-winning team last season.

With teams like the Dallas Cowboys, whose quarterback performance is expected to improve, and the Rams in the mix, it appears that Arizona may have a tough time advancing out of the NFC.

The Cardinals are facing long odds of +2000 to win the conference, which may seem a bit high considering the competitive NFC this season. Although it’s not impossible for a 40-1 underdog to win the Super Bowl, it would be quite a challenge for this Arizona team to emerge victorious.

Cardinals Win Total Odds

Despite the expanded schedule for the 2021 season, the Cardinals have maintained a consistent win total. DraftKings has set their over/under at 8 wins.

It comes as no surprise that oddsmakers are predicting the Cardinals to finish in last place in the division, considering their five-year streak of never winning more than eight games while the other teams have consistently achieved win totals of 9.5 or higher.

The NFC West is widely regarded as one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL, making it entirely plausible for all four teams to reach nine or more wins.

The probability of the Cardinals making the playoffs.

Unibet Arizona has the Cardinals as +190 underdogs to make the playoffs and -240 favorites to miss out. The last time the Cardinals made the playoffs was in 2015 with a 13-3 record and Carson Palmer as their quarterback.

With seven teams now qualifying for the playoffs in each conference, is this the season that the Cardinals stage a comeback? Even though winning their division may be a challenge, they could potentially secure a spot as a wild card team.

Arizona has a good chance to win more games and make the playoffs this season, especially considering the NFC East and NFC North’s potential weaknesses. With +190 odds on BetRivers, they are a strong pick.



Diaz Uzziah

Diaz Uzziah covers NFL, NFL Draft, and NFL news for and serves as managing editor for The Raiders Wire. He also writes for The Athletic DFW, Pro Football Weekly, and FanSided. Previously, he contributed to FanRag Sports and hosts the Locked On Cowboys Podcast. During the NFL season, Marcus monitors his picks as a handicapper for

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