Sports Betting – Rams at Cardinals – Betting Odds

December 27th, 2009 by Leave a comment Go to comments

Not so many years ago there was a football team in St. Louis that went by the name of the Cardinals. Anyone over the age of 30 will remember that that sports betting franchise jumped ship for the sunny desert of Arizona while a the Rams (formerly of LA) took their place and went on to create the Greatest Show on Turf and grab a Super Bowl trophy.

Now its time for the Red Birds to get a little payback as they host the franchise that replaced them in the Gateway City, and by all accounts they should beat up on the visitors handsomely in this contest.

As big of a reach and as boring as that hook might have been, sadly, it’s probably the most interesting betting odds element of this contest.

The defending NFC champion Red Birds (9-5) have already wrapped up the NFC West and getting charged up for their NFL betting lines playoff run. The Rams on the other hand are 1-13 and getting charged up for their number one overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft.

The only area of strength for the Rams is running back Steven Jackson who will get his 100 yards on the ground whether the defense likes it or not, and give out a few bruises along the way. The Cardinals are simply better in every way imaginable. The only the Rams could win is if Arizona benched all their starters for the entirety of the game and played random online betting fans in their place.

It’s impossible to predict the score on this contest, but it should be ugly, even with the Cards resting starters in the second half.

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