The Arizona Cardinals, after being the underdog for each of the very first 5 video games of the season, were preferred in their last 2 video games versus the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints. In Week 8, as they prepare to handle the Minnesota Vikings on the roadway, they return to being the underdog.
According to Tipico Sportsbook, the Vikings opened the week as favorites to win their video game versus the Cardinals.
Let’s have a look at the wagering lines and chances.
Cardinals vs. Vikings Week 8 wagering chances and lines
At +160, the Cardinals have 38.46% indicated chances of winning the video game in Minnesota outright.
At -200, the Vikings have 66.7% indicated chances or 1/2 fractional chances of beating the Cardinals.
The Cardinals are 3-4 and the Vikings are 5-1.
Against the spread (ATS)
Cardinals +3.5 (-105)
Vikings -3.5 (-115)
An ATS wager of $105 on the Cardinals will win $100 if they beat the Vikings outright, tie with them or lose by no greater than 3 points.
A $115 ATS bet on Minnesota wins 4100 if the Vikings beat the Cardinals by a minimum of 4 points.
The Cardinals are 4-3 ATS this season while the Vikings are 2-4 ATS.
Over 48.5 (-115)
Under 48.5 (-105)
If you wager the Over, a $115 wager wins $100 if the groups integrate for a minimum of 49 points.
A $105 bet on the Under wins $100 if they integrate for no greater than 48 points.
The Cardinals are 2-4-1 O/U and the Vikings are 3-3 O/U.
Cardinals vs. Vikings head-to-head history
The Vikings are 17-12 versus the Cardinals all-time — 15-12 in the routine season and 2-0 in the postseason.
The Vikings have actually won 10 straight house matches versus the Cardinals. the Last time the Cardinals in Minnesota, they were the St. Louis Cardinals in 1977.
Arizona beat the Vikings 34-33 last season when Minnesota kicker Greg Joseph missed out on a basket as time ended that would have won the video game.
Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is 1-0 in his profession versus the Vikings.
Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins is 2-3 in 5 profession begins versus the Cardinals.
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