Connect with us

NFL

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Arizona Cardinals – NFL – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The Arizona Cardinals (0-0) are 4.5-point underdogs heading into their matchup on Sunday, September 11, 2022 against the Kansas City Chiefs (0-0). The total for this game has been set at 53.5 points.

Chiefs vs. Cardinals Predictions

Chiefs vs. Cardinals Odds

Latest Sports Gambling Podcast Video

YouTube player

WynnBET Bonus

Chiefs and Cardinals: Betting Trends

  • The Chiefs’ record against the spread last season was 8-9-0.
  • The Chiefs went 5-6 as 4.5-point favorites or greater last year.
  • Out of 17 Chiefs games last year, 10 hit the over.
  • The Chiefs finished 12-5 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite last season (winning 70.6% of those games).
  • The Chiefs went 9-2 when playing as a moneyline favorite with odds of -204 or shorter (81.8%).
  • Based on this matchup’s moneyline, the Chiefs’ implied win probability is 67.1%.
  • The Cardinals beat the spread 10 times in 17 games last season.
  • As 4.5-point underdogs or greater, the Cardinals went 3-0 against the spread last year.
  • In 17 Cardinals games last season, eight of them hit the over.
  • The Cardinals were underdogs six times last season and won six of those games.
  • The Cardinals entered four games last season as the underdog by +169 or more and won each of those games.

Over/Under Trends

  • Nine times last year, the Chiefs and their opponent combined for more than 53.5 points.
  • Cardinals games had over 53.5 points four times last year.
  • The total for this matchup is 53.5 points, 1.1 fewer than the combined scoring average of the two teams for last season.
  • The total for this game is 53.5 points, 10.6 higher than the combined points allowed for these two teams last season.
  • The over/under in this game is 53.5 points, 1.6 higher than the average total in Chiefs games last season.
  • The over/under for this game is 4.9 points higher than the average scoring total for Cardinals games last season (48.6).

Chiefs Players to Watch

  • Patrick Mahomes II was the No. 7 fantasy player overall and the No. 7 fantasy QB in 2021 with 363.7 points (averaging 21.4 per game).
  • Mahomes’ 361.7 total fantasy points a season ago (an average of 21.3 per game), were good enough to place him eighth overall and eighth among QBs.
  • Last year, Travis Kelce was 103rd overall and third among TEs with 170.8 fantasy points (averaging 10.0 per game).
  • Kelce put together the 103rd-ranked fantasy season (third among TEs) in 2021 with 170.8 fantasy points, averaging 10.7 per game.

Cardinals Players to Watch

  • Kyler Murray put together an outstanding 2021 fantasy campaign that saw him rack up 300.5 fantasy points (17.7 per game) and finish 21st overall among all players and 19th among all QBs.
  • Murray placed 19th among QBs and 21st league-wide in fantasy standings after totaling 300.5 fantasy points (21.5 per game) last season.
  • Last year, James Conner 220.7 total fantasy points to finish as the No. 9 RB and the No. 59 fantasy player overall. He averaged 13.0 fantasy points per game.
  • Conner finished ninth among RBs and 59th overall last season in fantasy rankings. He scored 220.7 fantasy points (14.7 per game).

Where To Watch Chiefs vs. Cardinals

*Confirm FuboTV’s schedule of programming for exact games available

NFL Picks

Looking for NFL predictions? Go here for all of our free NFL picks.

Looking for the best bonuses and offers from online sportsbooks? Check out BetSGPN, your home for online sports betting.

Related Content

USFL Draft Pool

USFL Draft Pool Trackers And Players

By Michael Del Negro / February 8, 2022 / 0 Comments
Top Fantasy Playoff Defenses To Stash

Top 5 Fantasy Playoff Defenses To Stash

By Wil Rivera / November 18, 2021 / 0 Comments
USFL Draft: Taking A Look At The USFL Quarterback Candidates

2022 USFL Top Ten Quarterback Candidates

By Justin Mark / February 18, 2022 / 0 Comments

Dynasty Football: 2023 Rookie Rankings

By David Heilman / August 14, 2022 / 0 Comments

Advertisement
Advertisement

More in NFL