Cardinals-Seahawks Week 11 odds

The 2020 NFL regular-season rolls on with Thursday Night Football and BetRivers.com has the latest Cardinals-Seahawks Week 11 odds for a game that should mighty interesting and very high-scoring.

Rob Dauster is here to examine the Cardinals-Seahawks Week 11 odds and detail the value-plays presented in this game.

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  • Each team to record 2+ TDs and 2+ FGs (+265)
  • DeAndre Hopkins & DK Metcalf each to record o89.5 rec. YDs (+280)
  • Russell Wilson to record more rushing yards than Kyler Murray (+200)

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THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: CARDINALS-SEAHAWKS WEEK 11 ODDS

  • Week 11: Arizona Cardinals (6-3) at Seattle Seahawks (6-3)
  • Game Info: 8:20 p.m. ET (NFLN/FOX)
  • Moneyline: Seahawks -148, Cardinals +130
  • Spread: Seahawks -2.5
  • Over/Under: 57 points
  • Implied Score: Seahawks 30.25, Cardinals 27.25

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The total in this game is outrageously high. According to the Action Network’s Bet Labs database, there have been just 12 games since 2003 that have had a total hit 57.5 or higher; ironically enough, one of those 12 came in Week 3 this season when the Seahawks beat the Cowboys, 38-31. 

So, obviously, that game went over, as did 11 of the other 12 games with a total this high. The first time these two teams played, the final score was Arizona 37, Seattle 34. In seven of Seattle’s nine games this season, they’ve gone over their implied total of 30.25. In six of Arizona’s nine games this season, they’ve gone over their implied total of 27.25. 

Yeah.

I’ll be on the over.

I also think there is value to be had on Arizona at (+3) — and specifically at (+3) or higher — because of the fact that this is a division game being played between two teams that have already faced off once this season. They are relatively even in the metrics, which tells me that the three points have as much to do with the fact that Seattle will be playing at home as anything, and they won’t have their typical home-field advantage. 

Now throw in the simple fact that Seattle is trending one way (having lost three of their last four games) while Arizona is trending the other (having won four of their last five) and I think you know which side I want to be on here.