Two teams battling to salvage some professional pride while changing the culture under their first-year head coaches will get together on Sunday afternoon as the Detroit Lions travel to Glendale to play the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium.
The Los Angeles Chargers just couldn’t put away the Denver Broncos last week. Denver hung around long enough to snap the Chargers’ six-game winning streak despite L.A. out-gaining the Broncos 479-325. The reeling Arizona Cardinals will likely need to pull a similar trick to upset the Chargers this week.
Oakland Raiders vs. Arizona Cardinals Prediction and Preview
Legendary coach Vince Lombardi said it best: "Winning is habit. Unfortunately, so is losing." For both the Oakland Raiders and Arizona Cardinals, the quote holds a lot of truth.
As the two teams will meet this Sunday, both will be hoping to get back on the winning track after suffering a lot of losing this season. Oakland has lost its last five games; the Raiders' last win came on Sept. 30. Arizona has just a one-game losing streak after losing to the Chiefs 26-14 in Week 10.
The San Francisco 49ers (1-6) and Arizona Cardinals (1-6) will square off for the second time in three weeks on Sunday afternoon. A Week 5 matchup between these two NFC West rivals resulted in a 28-18 victory in favor of the Cardinals. It stands as Arizona’s only win so far this season and marked the Cardinals seventh consecutive win against the 49ers dating back to 2014.
The "Thursday Night Football" world tour heads to the desert this week as the Denver Broncos (2-4) battle the Arizona Cardinals (1-5). These are two teams that desperately need a win to jump-start their seasons as both are on the brink of playoff elimination and securing a high pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Arizona Cardinals and the San Francisco 49ers are two NFC West teams trying to find their way, but on different routes and separate timelines. The youthful Cardinals are in a full-on rebuild mode with a new head coach in Steve Wilks and a new franchise quarterback in Josh Rosen. The Cardinals aren’t worried so much about who they are now, but what they will be in the future.
For the Seattle Seahawks (1-2) they picked up a 24-13 win over the Dallas Cowboys in their home opener to give them some confidence. Now, it's time for a trip to the desert to take on an Arizona Cardinals (0-3) team whose season is on the edge of disaster heading into Week 4.
Here are the football locks for betting the NFL Week 3 and college football Week 4. This week’s locks include Bill Belichick owning a former Patriots employee, Bryce Love and Stanford flying by the Ducks, Scott Frost doing his best Bob Devaney impression to keep it close at the Big House, Khalil Mack’s Bears defense suffocating a Cardinals offense averaging three points per game, and Georgia earning its second SEC win of the season on the road in Columbia.