Thu 04/10/2012 - 20:42 EDT
Cardinals vs Rams NFL Thursday Night Online Betting Odds
In an NFC West contest, the Arizona Cardinals visit the St. Louis Rams Thursday, October 4, 2012 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri. The game is set to get underway at 8:20 PM ET on national television. Arizona looks to become the first team in the league to reach 5-0 while the Rams look to make a move upwards in the division. Since the Cardinals are 4-0 it does not make sense to bet against them until they lose so we are going to back the team from the desert Thursday night.
Arizona Cardinals: Is 5-0 a possibility?
Can the Cardinals actually be 5-0 by the time the dust settles Thursday night? There is no reason to believe that this cannot happen, especially if the Cardinals defense continues its impressive start to the season. Kerry Rhodes and Daryl Washington lead the stout defense from Arizona against a running game of the Rams that could be very powerful at times. Arizona should win this game if it is able to lead in takeaways.
St. Louis Rams: Trying to climb divisional ladder
St. Louis comes into this game with a 2-2 record and currently sit at third in the division behind the Cardinals and the 49ers. The Rams could make a major statement to the NFL should they knock off the undefeated Cardinals on national television. They will need all-hands-on-deck to win this game but should not have a problem if the running game can poke holes in the high-flying Cardinals defense.
Divisional matchups are so fun to watch because of the familiarity between the teams and this game does not lack in excitement. Even though the Cardinals are on the road, it does not mean that they will struggle Thursday night. The online sportsbook of Sportsinteraction.com has the Cardinals as -3.0 (+110) favorites to defeat the host St. Louis Rams. It is hard to bet against a 4-0 team so place a bet for the soon-to-be 5-0 Cardinals.
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