Arizona Cardinals Odds

This week's Cardinals moneyline, point spread and totals at top AZ sportsbooks

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The future continues to look bright for an Arizona Cardinals squad that seems bent on making the playoffs and going on a run once it gets there. The Cardinals have come close in recent years, but a playoff drought since their last appearance in 2015 has the team, the coaches and the fans all focused on making a return appearance.

Now that sports betting is legal in Arizona, Cardinals fans will have a new way to add excitement to the sport they love. Thanks to mobile technology, bettors will be able to wager from anywhere within the Grand Canyon State, and that includes right from the seats in State Farm Stadium now that NFL fans will again be able to see games in person.

For those who are interested in betting on the Arizona Cardinals or the NFL as a whole, you’ll find plenty of information below. From moneyline betting to Super Bowl odds, we’ve got the Arizona Cardinals covered.

Will there be a State Farm sportsbook?

State Farm Stadium could be the home of a retail sportsbook operating under a sports betting license held by the Cardinals. An AZ online sportsbook could be part of the license, as well.

Given that the leagues and teams have lobbied hard for more inclusion in sports betting, it seems inevitable that the Cardinals will pursue one of the 10 available commercial sportsbook licenses in Arizona.

Arizona law reserves that number of licenses for professional teams like the Cardinals. After the license, they will have the option to build a brick-and-mortar sportsbook at the stadium.

Some other states allow NFL teams and the stadium to offer a betting lounge with televisions and seating. Additionally, there is staff on site to help people download and get started on a betting app on their phones.

The sportsbook at State Farm Stadium will almost certainly plug online betting as much if not more than the retail sportsbook. In essence, the sportsbook is as much about marketing as it is about taking bets.

Expect the sportsbook to be open to people beyond those watching the Cardinals play. There will likely be an outdoor entrance to the sportsbook so it can be open year-round and not just when games are taking place.

Potential partners for the Cardinals

Although the Cardinals might technically hold a sports betting license in the future, they won’t actually run the sportsbook.

Almost certainly, the team will instead contract with a gambling company to take care of that. The Cardinals have an active gambling partnership with the Gila River Indian Community, but it’s uncertain whether that will extend to sports betting.

None of the Gila River casino properties have offered sports betting in the past. Moreover, the tribe is eligible for one of the 10 tribal sportsbook licenses. So, if the property wants, it can go it alone and hope it beats out competing tribes for one of those licenses.

The NFL’s three national sports betting partners, meanwhile, already have plans for Arizona. The NFL works with DraftKingsFanDuel, and Caesars as of April 2021. However, DraftKings already announced that the company will partner with TPC Scottsdale. FanDuel, meanwhile, is partnered with the Phoenix Suns, and Caesars has a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

What it boils down to is that the high profile of the Cardinals could result in an unexpected player, perhaps BetMGM or PointsBet, getting into Arizona through a deal with State Farm Stadium and the team.

Arizona Cardinals odds: Point spreads, moneyline and totals

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Arizona Super Bowl odds and NFC odds

Cardinals fans everywhere dream of a trip to the Super Bowl. But what are the odds of that happening? Below, we have a Super Bowl odds and NFC odds feed. You can see where Arizona currently stand in terms of making those championship dreams come true. The odds are direct and up to date from Arizona sports betting sites.

Kyler Murray MVP and prop odds

He’s still young, but Kyler Murray is a ton of fun to watch. He can make plays happen with his feet or his arm, is already proving to be a natural leader for his team, and has designs on leading the Cardinals to a new era of football.

But what about his own personal accomplishments? Can Murray win the NFL MVP? How will he perform this season?

If you’re interested in futures wagers or how to make prop bets, then the automatically updated Kyler Murray odds feed below is just what you need.

Arizona player props and futures

Betting on Murray or the NFL MVP is hardly the only futures bet you can place. Your options range from things like defensive and offensive player of the year to rookie of the year and more. Here are some of the most common futures you’ll likely find at online sportsbooks in Arizona:

  • NFL Most Valuable Player
  • NFL Comeback Player of the Year
  • Offensive Rookie of the Year
  • Defensive Rookie of the Year

Player props are different from futures. That’s because you are wagering on how a player will perform and what that player achieves, not what accolades they receive for the season.

Some of the more common player props you’ll come across include the following (though this is just a very tiny selection compared to what you’ll find):

  • NFL rushing leader
  • NFL passing leader
  • First overall NFL draft selection
  • Specific quarterback number of interceptions thrown
  • Specific receiver number of receiving touchdowns

You can also wager on team props and futures. Here are a few popular ones, including some game day props:

  • Over/under total wins for the season
  • Special teams or defensive touchdowns
  • Over/under number of field goals in a game
  • AFC champions
  • NFC champions
  • Division champions
  • First player to score in a game
  • First team to score in a game

2021 Cardinals schedule for Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football

There’s just something special about primetime football, right? The lights. The atmosphere. It just feels different. The Arizona Cardinals will be playing two games in primetime this year. Here’s their schedule for Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football:

Thursday Night Football

  • Week 8 — Oct. 28, 2021: Green Bay Packers at Arizona, 8:20 p.m. ET 

Sunday Night Football

  • No games scheduled

Monday Night Football

  • Week 14 — Dec. 13, 2021: Los Angeles Rams at Arizona, 8:15 p.m. ET

Arizona Cardinals coaches and bench staff

Players alone don’t win football games. It takes a lot of work from the coaches and support staff on the sidelines, too. The Cardinals have had a few changes in their coaching over the past decade, but there are hopes the newest coach in Arizona will bring success and stick around for a while.

For 2021, the Arizona Cardinals coaches are:

  • Head coach: Kliff Kingsbury
  • Offensive coordinator: Sean Kugler
  • Defensive coordinator: Vance Joseph
  • Special teams coordinator: Jeff Rodgers

Since 2000, the Cardinals have had the following head coaches:

Kliff Kingsbury2019-present
Steve Wilks2018
Bruce Arians2013-2017
Ken Wisenhunt2007-2012
Dennis Green2004-2006
Dave McGinnis2000-2003
Vince Tobin1996-2000

Arizona Cardinals home games

Every NFL team has a stadium it calls home. The Cardinals play their home games at State Farm Stadium. It originally opened in 2006 and was named University of Phoenix Stadium. In 2018, State Farm purchased naming rights to the stadium in an 18 year deal.

  • Name: State Farm Stadium
  • Address: One Cardinals Drive, Glendale, AZ
  • Capacity: 63,400 expandable to 72,200
  • Groundbreaking: April 12, 2003
  • Opening date: Aug. 1, 2006
  • Construction cost: $455 million
  • Renovated: 2014, 2017
  • Capacity: 63,400 expandable to 78,600
  • Parking: 14,000
  • Attendance record: 78,603 – 2011 BCS Championship
  • Surface: Natural grass (Bermuda)
  • Other notable events: Fiesta Bowl, Monster Jam, AMA Supercross Championship

How to watch and listen to Arizona Cardinals games

For Cardinals fans, catching a game is one of the joys of the NFL season. Not all fans can attend the games in person, so having the option to watch on television, listen on the radio or catch it via a streaming service is the next best thing.

If you’re looking to watch the Cardinals on television, your options really depend on which network will be carrying the game. Some games will be on NBC, others on FOX, and even others on CBS. ESPN and the NFL Network will get in on the action too.

Some fans choose to pay for NFL Sunday Ticket, which allows them to watch every NFL game on the schedule.

For radio broadcasts, you can tune into:

Phoenix (flagship)Arizona's Sports Station98.7 FM
Phoenix (old)KTAR620 AM
Phoenix (old)KTAR92.3 FM
AlbuquerqueKDEF1150 AM
FlagstaffKVNA600 AM
HolbrookKZUA92.1 FM
Lake HavasuKNTR980 AM
KingmanKGMN100.1 FM
MiamiKIKO1340 AM
Prescott ValleyKDDL/KQNA94.3 FM
SedonaKAZM780 AM
SpringervilleKRVZ1400 AM
ThatcherKATO1230 AM
TucsonKCUB1290 AM
YumaKBLU560 AM

Streaming services are pretty limited when it comes to NFL games. The league keeps tight control on where the games can be streamed. In most cases, you’ll need to use and give your cable or television service provider credentials.

Some games do stream on services like Amazon Prime, though you have to have a subscription to view them. The Yahoo Sports app will also have some games.

A brief history of the Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals have a long and storied history in professional football, dating back to 1898 when a group of players formed from the Morgan Athletic Club to play football in Chicago. Here are some of the key dates throughout the history of the franchise:

  • 1898 — Founded as the Morgan Athletic Club before acquired by Chris O’Brien and renamed the Racine Normals.
  • 1901 — The color of used game jerseys from the University of Chicago were maroon, which led to O’Brien renaming the team the Racine Street Cardinals.
  • 1920 — The Cardinals become a charter member of the American Professional Football Association, which then became the National Football League in 1922.
  • 1922 — Team name changed to the Chicago Cardinals.
  • 1925 — NFL champions following the Pottsville Maroons being suspended.
  • 1947 — NFL champions over the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • 1960 — The Cardinals move to St. Louis.
  • 1974, 1975, and 1982 — Playoff appearances for the St. Louis Cardinals.
  • 1987 — Organization moves and becomes the Phoenix Cardinals.
  • 1994 — Team officially becomes the Arizona Cardinals.
  • 1998 — First postseason win since 1947.
  • 2008 — Cardinals lose Super Bowl XLIII to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-23.
  • 2009 — First regular season with 10 wins since arriving in Arizona.
  • 2009NFC West champions.
  • 2014 — Best regular-season record in Arizona at 11-5.
  • 2014 — Wild card playoff berth.
  • 2015 — New franchise regular-season win record of 13-3.
  • 2015 — Lose NFC Championship game to Carolina Panthers, 49-15.

Arizona Cardinals FAQ

Who owns the Arizona Cardinals?

Michael Bidwill, whose family has owned the team since 1933, is the current owner of the Cardinals.

How much are the Arizona Cardinals valued at?

According to Forbes, as of September 2020, the Arizona Cardinals were valued at $2.325 billion.

Who is the QB for the Arizona Cardinals?

The Arizona Cardinals signal caller in 2021 is Kyler Murray.

Have the Cardinals ever won a Super Bowl?

Much to the chagrin of Cardinals fans everywhere, the team has never captured a Super Bowl victory. They did, however, play in the Super Bowl in 2008, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the final minutes, 27-23.