Seahawks vs Cardinals predictions and pick against the spread
The NFL schedule for Week 7 is loaded with great games. The NFL odds are posted at the best sportsbooks and all that is left to be done is pick winners. Our full list of betting previews and free picks include sportsbook bonus, trends with predictions for each game. Next up on the schedule, is the Seahawks vs Cardinals predictions and a pick against the spread.
Due to health concerns in the Buccaneers vs Raiders matchup, the Seahawks vs Cardinals game has been rescheduled and it is not the primetime game of the week. The game will be featured on Sunday Night football.
Schedule changes for Week 7:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Las Vegas Raiders game has been moved to Sunday, October 25 at 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX.
The Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals game will now be played on Sunday, October 25 at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 22, 2020
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Seahawks vs Cardinals pick against the spread
The Arizona Cardinals made a national splash when they throttled the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football. Meanwhile, the Seattle Seahawks were enjoying a bye week, but it’s time to get back to business this week in Arizona. Seattle Head coach Pete Carroll is one of the best in the business, but this is a tough spot to bet on Seattle.
Playing on the road in the NFL is never easy, but it is even tougher when it is a divisional game. The Seahawks are just 5-10-1 against the spread (ATS) as a divisional road favorite. Seattle is a 3.5-point road favorite and if they fail to cover this point-spread there is a good chance that the Cardinals win this game. However, the Cardinals are coming off a short week, which is always tough to recover from. The public is not shying away from Seattle as 67 percent of the public is backing Seattle.
Larry Fitzgerald Never Forgets
Seattle has played well in Arizona. Cardinals All-pro wideout, Larry Fitzgerald remembers what was said the last time that Seattle went south to play the Cardinals.
Larry Fitzgerald heard Seahawks players say ‘This is a home game for us’ after beating the Cardinals at State Farm Stadium again last season.
“That didn’t particularly sit well when you hear things like that, because you always want to protect your home field.”
— Kyle Odegard (@Kyle_Odegard) October 22, 2020
The Cardinals did not need any more motivation to get up for this game, but they just got it.
The Kitchen is Closed
The Seahawks have succeeded this season by letting Russ cook. This is not surprising as he is the face of this franchise.
Huge difference from last season.
— Computer Cowboy (@benbbaldwin) October 20, 2020
But this game features an aggressive Cardinals defense that is riding a wave of momentum after the big win. Cardinal’s defensive coordinator Vance Joseph did a masterful job against the Cowboys, but preparing for Russell Wilson is much different. This coaching staff is vastly underrated and head coach Kliff Kingsbury knows how to prepare and motivate his team. The Cardinals are 10-4-2 ATS as underdogs under the guidance of Kingsbury. The Seahawks have covered just one time in the last seven meetings against Arizona and they have a weak secondary.
A great betting angle to watch is betting on a team that won outright on the road and is now an underdog at home. That is Arizona and they are the play this week.