Sunday Night Football on NBC. We contrast the key success indicators used by pro bettors against both the college football schedule and in successful wagering on the NFL between Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals.
The sportsbook odds on the contest have Seattle (-8.5) and 36.5. Betting trends say 56 percent of the public likes Seattle to cover, though 54 percent favor Arizona on the money line. Also 67 percent have the under.
The superior team in terms of rushing yards per attempt on offense is Seattle by a substantial 1.9, large for this time of the year. Also on offense, when it comes to yards per reception the figures give the eminence to the Cardinals by 1.1. Vegas sharps exploit yards per point. Data says the more adroit team in that classification is Seattle by .8.
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Defensively on yards per rush, the disparity favors Seattle by .2. The better team at stopping the air attack according to passing yards per completion is Seattle by 1.5. Yards per point dictates the shrewder defense belongs to Arizona forcing 4.4 more. In net turnovers, the preeminence is Arizona by four.
Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.