Super Bowl 50 Betting: 4 Reason To Take The Cardinals

Posted by Eric Williams on January 9, 2016 in

If you’re high on the Arizona Cardinals and you think Carson Palmer and company can win it all, then you’re going to love this expert betting breakdown on why you should bet on the Cardinals to win Super Bowl 50.

Arizona has had a season for the ages in reaching 13 wins for the first time in franchise history. Now let’s find out why they could win it all!

Trust Carson Palmer With Your Super Bowl 50 Betting

Now in his 13th season, Palmer has had best season ever in finishing fourth in passing yards (4,671), third in passer rating (104.6) and tied for second in touchdown passes (35). Palmer makes smart decision with the football and generally gives the Cards an even better chance of winning because of his cerebral play.

Skill Position Players

The Cardinals have a bevy of gifted skill position players, starting with ageless wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, a player that looked almost as good as even in recording a team-high 1,215 yards in receptions.

In addition to Fitzgerald, Arizona has an extremely talented running back in dual-threat rookie David Johnson as well as underrated receiver John Brown (1,003 yards). Last but not least, Arizona has a pair of tight ends in Darren Fells and Jermaine Gresham that can both make plays when least expected.

The Arizona Cardinals are a smart bet for Super Bowl 50

Cardinals Defense

The Cardinals ranked fifth in total defense, eighth against the pass, sixth against the run and seventh in points allowed (19.6 ppg). The Cards have elite defenders in defensive end Calais Campbell, cornerback Patrick Peterson and safety Rashad Johnson among others. Enough said.

Bruce Arians

Arians is widely respected throughout the league and rightfully so after helping four quarterbacks all reach new heights under his tutelage. Before working with Palmer, Arians helped Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Andrew Luck all play to the maximum of their capabilities.

Here’s what he says is his key to success.

“My quarterbacks have to be a member of my family, and that has nothing to do with football,” he says. “Trust is everything. We have to connect on a deep level in order to really be able to build something together. Trust brings a higher level of communication and a higher level of commitment and accountability. We have to care for one another. It’s all about family, family, family.”

Arians went 9-3 as the interim head coach in Indy during the 2012 season before recording three straight double-digit win seasons with the Cardinals, culminating in this season’s stellar 13-3 campaign.

Make no mistake about it, Bruce Arians is about as elite as it gets in the NFL coaching fraternity.