Cardinals vs Seahawks Odds, Lines, and Spread for Week 11 TNF


Oddsmakers believe Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks will end their two-game losing streak at home against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night. Photo by David J. Griffin/Icon Sportswire.

  • The Seattle Seahawks are 3-point home favorites over the Arizona Cardinals in the Week 11 TNF contest
  • TNF betting record: 2-6-1 (-2.02 units won)
  • See odds below, along with analysis of the matchup and our best TNF bet

First place or at least a share of the top spot in the NFC West will be on the line as the Seattle Seahawks play host to the Arizona Cardinals in the Week 11 edition of Thursday Night Football. The Seahawks, Cardinals, and Los Angeles Rams are all deadlocked with 6-3 records.

Seattle has lost two games in a row but are still installed as the 3-point home favorites in this game. The Seahawks, who are 1-4 against the spread over their last five games, opened as the 3.5-point chalk. The total on this game has also grown from 56.5 to 57.5 points.

Cardinals vs Seahawks Week 11 TNF Odds

Team Moneyline Spread Total
Arizona Cardinals +140 +3 (-110) O 57.5 (-110)
Seattle Seahawks -162 -3 (-110) U 57.5 (-110)

Odds taken Nov. 18th at DraftKings

The forecast calls for cloudy skies, 7 mph wind, and a temperature of 49 degrees for the 8:20 PM EST kickoff.

Murray vs Wilson

If having first place on the line wasnโ€™t enough to make this game an enticing view, how about this: two of the most exciting quarterbacks in football going throw for throw.

Arizona QB Kyler Murray was his usual dangerous double threat self last week in a 32-30 win over Buffalo.

He ran for two touchdowns and connected with DeAndre Hopkins for a Hail Mary game-winning TD pass with two seconds left in the fourth quarter.

If the Seahawks are to return to the win column, QB Russell Wilson must rediscover his game. He was picked off twice and lost a fumble in last Sundayโ€™s 23-16 setback against the Rams. The Cardinals intercepted Wilson three times in their Week 7 victory over Seattle.

Injury Report

The Cardinals lost a third defensive starter for the season when it was revealed that defensive tackle Corey Peters was done for the year with a torn patellar tendon. Linebacker Chandler Jones (bicep) and cornerback Robert Alford (pectoral) are already on IR.

Plenty of Cards on the defensive side of the ball are ailing. Defensive end Jordan Phillips (hamstring), LBs Haason Reddick (neck) and Deโ€™Vondre Campbell (calf), safeties Jalen Thompson (shoulder), and Budda Baker (groin), and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (hamstring) are all listed as questionable.

Offensively, tight end Maxx Williams (ankle) is questionable. Running back Kenyan Drake (ankle) is probable and will play.

The Seahawks are in deep trouble at center. Both starter Ethan Pocic (concussion) and backup Kyle Fuller (ankle) are questionable. Wide receiver Tyler Lockett (knee), who caught 15 balls in the last game against Arizona, is questionable.

On defense, Seattle starters who are questionable include DE Benson Mayowa (ankle), LB KJ Wright (ankle), and CB Quinton Dunbar (knee). CB Shaquill Griffin (concussion) is doubtful.

RBs Carlos Hyde (hamstring) and Chris Carson (foot) are probable and will play.

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Seahawks Struggling To Deal With Cards

Seattle is 1-3 straight up over the past four games. That stretch began with a 37-34 overtime loss at Arizona for the-then 5-0 Seahawks.

That result gave the Cardinals a two-game win streak over the Seahawks. They were 27-13 winners of a Week 16 meeting last season at Seattle.

In fact, the Cardinals have proven to be a thorn in the Seahawksโ€™ side at CenturyLink Field. Arizona has won four of the last five games played between these two teams at Seattle. The Cards are 5-2 there since 2013.

As well, Arizona are also 5-1 against the spread in the last six games against the Seahawks. The Cardinals are 5-0 ATS in their last five road meetings with Seattle.

Picks: Cardinals (+140) โ€“ 1 unit, Over 57.5 (-110) โ€“ 1 unit

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