Arizona
Cardinals
Stadium State Farm Stadium
3-13-0 Overall | 2-4 NFC WEST 4th
TEAM STATSRUSHINGPASSINGPTS/G
Offense83.9180.314.1
Defense154.9224.726.6
Schedule
Regular season
Week 1Sun  9/9
vs
Redskins
L6-24
Week 2Sun  9/16
@
Rams
L0-34
Week 3Sun  9/23
vs
Bears
L14-16
Week 4Sun  9/30
vs
Seahawks
L17-20
Week 5Sun  10/7
@
49ers
W28-18
Week 6Sun  10/14
@
Vikings
L17-27
Week 7Thu  10/18
vs
Broncos
L10-45
Week 8Sun  10/28
vs
49ers
W18-15
Week 10Sun  11/11
@
Chiefs
L14-26
Week 11Sun  11/18
vs
Raiders
L21-23
Team Outlook and Scouting Report

REGULAR SEASON RECAP

The sum of all of their money line implied probabilities (adjusted for the juice) projects to 4.8 wins. Their 3 actual wins was below expectation. They met expectations on the road. It was at home where they struggled. They won 25% on the road which was much better than expected (18.3%). They won 1 at home and were expected to win 3.4. Below is a recap of all 16 regular games. Anyone who backed the Cardinals in all of their games on the money line would have earned a +156 unit profit at a 100 per game risk. Against the spread, they have lost -180 units risking 110 to win 100 (7-8 ATS). The Cardinals have turned an ATS profit on the road but have lost at home.

They are a very poor scoring team based on points per game and below average in yards per play. They are a very poor scoring defense based on points per game, despite having a much better defensive TD rate.

TEAM OFFENSE (League Rank):

TEAM DEFENSE:

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Roster
NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateEXPCOLLEGE
70 Aboushi, Oday G6-531506/05/19916Virginia
38 Amerson, David DB6-120512/08/19916NC State
36 Baker, Budda SS5-1019501/10/19962Washington
60 Barksdale, Joe T6-532601/04/19898LSU
41 Bethea, Antoine FS5-1120607/27/198413Howard
33 Boston, Tre DB6-120506/25/19925North Carolina
46 Brewer, Aaron LS6-523207/05/19907San Diego State
20 Bucannon, Deone OLB6-121108/30/19925Washington State
--- Capi, Cap DE6-324907/11/19922Akron
64 Cole, Mason C6-430703/28/19960Michigan
32 Coleman, Derrick FB6-023310/18/19905UCLA
12 Cooper, Pharoh WR5-1120803/07/19953South Carolina
81 Daniels, Darrell TE6-325411/22/19942Washington
54 Dora, Vontarrius DE6-425609/07/19921Louisiana Tech
15 Dupre, Malachi WR6-219610/12/19951LSU
29 Edmonds, Chase RB5-920504/13/19960Fordham
11 Fitzgerald, Larry WR6-321808/31/198315Pittsburgh
30 Ford, Rudy DB6-020411/01/19942Auburn
92 Gardeck, Dennis LB6-024208/09/19940Sioux Falls
7 Glennon, Mike QB6-622512/12/19896NC State
44 Golden, Markus DE6-326003/13/19914Missouri
75 Golditch, Zack G6-62600Colorado State
5 Gonzalez, Zane K6-020205/07/19952Arizona State
78 Gossett, Colby G6-531106/23/19950Appalachian State
84 Gresham, Jermaine TE6-526006/16/19889Oklahoma
95 Gunter, Rodney DT6-530501/19/19924Delaware State
51 Hodges, Gerald LB6-223601/17/19916Penn State
31 Johnson, David RB6-122412/16/19914Northern Iowa
55 Jones, Chandler DE6-526502/27/19907Syracuse
25 Jones, Chris DB6-020008/13/19950Nebraska
2 Lee, Andy P6-118508/11/198215Pittsburgh
22 Logan, T.J. RB5-919509/03/19942North Carolina
94 Malveaux, Cameron DE6-526508/22/19941Houston
91 Mayowa, Benson DE6-326508/03/19916Idaho
56 Moore, Zach DE6-627509/05/19902Concordia-St. Paul
62 Munyer, Daniel G6-130503/04/19922Colorado
14 Nelson, J.J. WR5-1016004/24/19924UAB
63 Odhiambo, Rees T6-431509/23/19923Boise State
98 Peters, Corey DT6-330506/08/19889Kentucky
21 Peterson, Patrick CB6-120307/11/19908LSU
82 Phillips, John TE6-525106/11/19879Virginia
43 Reddick, Haason OLB6-123509/22/19942Temple
3 Rosen, Josh QB6-422602/10/19970UCLA
86 Seals-Jones, Ricky TE6-524303/15/19952Texas A&M
16 Sherfield, Trent WR6-120502/26/19960Vanderbilt
35 Swearinger, D.J. FS5-1020509/01/19916South Carolina
17 Tolliver, Jalen WR6-321012/30/19950Arkansas-Monticello
47 Turner, Zeke LB6-221406/09/19960Washington
96 Valentine, Vincent DT6-331502/23/19943Nebraska
59 Walker, Joe LB6-223612/11/19923Oregon
26 Williams, Brandon CB6-020009/09/19923Texas A&M
10 Williams, Chad WR6-120410/19/19942Grambling State