What Are the Arizona Cardinals’ Super Bowl Odds?

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BetMGM Staff @BETMGM Oct 12, 2021, 1:08 PM

The NFC West is arguably the toughest division in football right now. Yet, the Cardinals have beaten two of their divisional rivals early. As a result, the Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds have improved as the season progresses.

However unstoppable Arizona seems, they still aren’t being recognized as favorites, but that could be good for online betting enthusiasts. So let’s have a look at how the Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds stack up against history.

Previous Seasons Give Insight Into Future Odds

In 2020, The Tampa Bay Bucs started at +1000 and rose to +1800 with a lackluster 3-2 start. The odds came back down again until consecutive losses to the Rams and Chiefs changed everything. Getting beat by two other contenders sent the Super Bowl futures odds for the Bucs back to +1400.

Even though they went 13-3, a similar pattern played out for Super Bowl LIV champion Kansas City Chiefs. So figuring out Super Bowl 2022 odds purely by the numbers doesn’t appear to be the best predictive method.

This year, the Arizona Cardinals started the season at +3500. However, that number has dropped in the first five weeks of the season. But, of course, a 5-0 record will cause that number to decrease.

The Buccaneers are currently the favorites to win the Super Bowl at +550, followed by the Bills at +600. The Cardinals are in fifth place at +1200. Oddly, they’re behind the 2-3 Chiefs (+750) and the 4-1 Rams (+800). The only team to beat the Rams this year is the Cardinals.

Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl Odds

A blistering start to the season has caused a considerable drop in the Cardinals Super Bowl odds. From a lofty +3500, the Arizona Cardinals are now +1200. The main question bettors need to ask themselves is when the Cardinals will lose their first game. I expect oddsmakers to punish them more severely if they lose to a team like the Panthers instead of the Packers.

Injuries could also play a significant role in their Super Bowl odds. For example, if they suffer a major injury to Kyler Murray or DeAndre Hopkins, their odds will plummet.

Also, odds patterns for Super Bowl futures always seem to favor past winners. For example, the Chiefs are still listed as the third most likely team to win the Super Bowl even though they’ve lost three games. This has more to do with what they’ve done the past two seasons instead of this year’s results.

What Does This Mean for Super Bowl Odds This Season?

It will be exciting to see how the rest of this season plays out. I believe that the Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds represent excellent value. Even if they continue their run toward a perfect season, my guess is their odds will stay high for the next several weeks.

I believe that bettor can find great value in the Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds. Barring an injury, it’s hard to imagine the team falling apart. They’ll more than likely make the playoffs, and when Kyler Murray is your quarterback, you have a chance at beating anyone.

If you want to place bets on Super Bowl futures, sign up for BetMGM’s Arizona sports betting page. You can place bets on futures and every NFL game of the 2021 season.

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