Arizona Cardinals Vs. Seattle Seahawks NFL Week 11 Odds

The Arizona Cardinals were without Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins again in Week 10 and it ended up hurting them, losing to the Panthers 34 to 10.

DHop has been officially ruled for this Sunday’s game. But will Murray be back in Week 11? It is still up in the air and will be a game-time decision.

One thing is for sure when the top offensive players are out, the defense needs to step up and take care of business, unlike they did against the Panthers.

Luckily, the Rams fell to the 49ers so the Cardinals are still on top of the NFC West…for now. But they travel to another NFC West rival, the Seattle Seahawks, who are just coming off a loss and rough shut out against the Packers.

LV Raiders vs NO Saints Moneyline Point Spread Total Points
LV Raiders +130 +2.5 (+100) O 43.0 (-110)
NO Saints -154 -2.5 (-120) U 43.0 (-110)
Odds updated: July 20, 7:59pm PDT

AZ Cardinals Preview (8-2)

The defense just didn’t show up last week and that means the Panthers had a great game offensively. Cam Newton didn’t start the game, but finished with a rushing and passing touchdown,  completing three out of four passes. Carolina’s offense racked up 341 total yards against the defense.

Running back James Conner had a rough game with only 39 rushing yards, but he did score a touchdown. Arizona’s offense finished the game with 169 total yards. The Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey almost had that many yards himself with 161 total yards.

Colt McCoy threw an interception and zero touchdowns, finishing the game with only 107 passing yards. He did suffer an injury, so Chris Streveler came in and completed six out of nine passes for 36 yards. With Murray’s condition unknown and McCoy recovering from Sunday, Streveler could start.

Both sides of the ball just wasn’t clicking for the AZ Cards. Which is surprising since Arizona’s offense is ranked fourth in the league. The Cardinals are looking to get their groove back against the Seahawks, but playing in Seattle is never easy.

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Seattle Seahawks Preview (3-6)

The Seahawks are struggling this year. Russell Wilson returned to the field last week after missing a few games due to a finger injury. But he had a rough game back completing only half of his passes and finishing the game with 161 yards, zero touchdowns, and two interceptions. The 17 to 0 loss was Wilson’s first career shut out.

Seattle’s offense is ranked 30th in the league, so it will be tough for them to keep up with Arizona. Especially if their offense plays like they did against the Packers. Seattle’s top rusher last week was Alex Collins with just 41 rushing yards. DK Metcalf finished the game with only 26 receiving yards and Seattle had a total of 208 yards.

The offense isn’t the only problem. Seattle’s defense is also lacking, especially with the pass rush. If Murray does end up starting, this could be a problem for the Seahawks. Even with pressure, Murray is able to throw down the field and make plays. Imagine what he can do with all the time in the world.

A division match up is always difficult. But Arizona is playing much better football than Seattle, so they should be able to get back to their winning ways and get the victory over the Hawks, even if Murray doesn’t suit up.

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Calli Varner

Calli is the editor and senior contributor of As a football fanatic and lifelong resident of Arizona, she proudly cheers on the Arizona Cardinals. But her heart belongs to her number one team, the Kansas City Chiefs. (Go Chiefs Kingdom!) You can follow Calli on Twitter at @CalliDoesSports.