Football Betting at Get That Bet — Cardinals’ Palmer Says Hello to Bengals Once Again

Football Betting at Get That Bet — Cardinals’ Palmer Says Hello to Bengals Once Again

There are a few storylines that will be active when the Arizona Cardinals play host to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night. One of those is that the Cards will obviously be using a quarterback who made his career, for the most part, at the helm of the Bengals. But there is even more.

This will be the national telecast for NBC this week, and game time for football betting action is set for 8 PM ET at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ, which is the site for this season’s Super Bowl.

If either of these teams hopes to get there, they will have to improve in some very important areas. The Bengals have to learn to win some playoff games, and Andy Dalton will have to demonstrate that he can perform when the pressure is greatest. Dalton, who is +4500 to win the league MVP award according to the NFL futures at Get That Bet, was a perfect 8-for-8 against the New York Jets last week.

Arizona would like to get a consistent running game going, and they are making moves in that direction, especially if Andre Ellington continues to make big plays as he did as a rookie. But the former Bengal, Carson Palmer, who demanded to be traded out of Cincinnati and eventually landed in Phoenix, has to be less mistake-prone.

In the pro football betting odds that have been posted at Get That Beton this game, the Cardinals are favored by a small margin:

Pro Football Betting odds that have been posted at Get That Bet USA Online Sports book

Arizona Cardinals -2.5
Cincinnati Bengals +2.5

Over 43 Points -110
Under 43 Points -110

After the 2010 season, Palmer demanded to be traded by the Bengals, and was turned down by owner Mike Brown, effectively putting him into limbo. After Dalton showed that he could handle the starting position, Palmer was traded to the Oakland Raiders, and he spent two years there before moving on to the Cardinals, as the former Heisman winner and #1 overall selection brought a sixth-round pick and a conditional 2014 choice in return.

Last year with the Cardinals he threw for 4274 yards, a career high, but also tossed a career-high 22 interceptions. Get That Bet customers know that though Arizona got the brink of a playoff berth with its 10-6 record, it is doubtful the Cards can repeat that performance if they get that many turnovers from their quarterback.

Football bettors know that Cincinnati’s offensive line coach, Mike Alexander, is hopping mad. It seems that the Jets sat back and played coverage while he had his #1 unit in the game last week, but when his inserted his second team, Rex Ryan not only kept his starting defenders in the game, he blitzed repeatedly, causing all kinds of confusion for backup QB Matt Scott (who played college ball at Arizona, by the way), and it became clear that he was issuing a little payback for the 49-9 shellacking the Bengals dealt to the jets last season. Alexander made a few remarks after the game, but Ryan, who likes this kind of gamesmanship, snickered. As they say in boxing, “protect yourself at all times.”

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