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NFL analyst Jason Radowitz is here to break down how you could win big with a same-game parlay this Sunday for the Week 11 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals Same-Game Parlay Picks: Can Russell Wilson Knock Off the Rust?

The Arizona Cardinals lost just their second game of the season last week against the Carolina Panthers, 34-10. Backup Colt McCoy suffered a pectoral injury in the third quarter last week. Now the Cardinals don’t know who they’re starting at quarterback with Kyler Murray still recovering from an ankle injury. At this time, it seems likely it’ll still be McCoy, but we’ll have to wait and see.

On the other hand, the Seahawks are 3-6 on the year after Russell Wilson made his return from injury at quarterback. Unfortunately, he and the Seahawks were shut out by the packers, 17-0. Will Wilson get back on track with the offense against the Cardinals? Here’s a Same-Game Parlay this weekend between the Cardinals and Seahawks.

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Seahawks vs. Cardinals Same-Game Parlay Picks

Cardinals (-124)

I’m going to assume Colt McCoy gets the start against the Seahawks in this one. The Cardinals have been very cautious with Kyler Murray and continue to wait until he’s 110 percent before putting him back out on the field. At this time, I still trust McCoy to put up quality stats, especially against a Seahawks defense that has struggled in coverage all year long. The Cardinals still have some weapons and an offense that is averaging nearly 400 yards per game. At this time, DeAndre Hopkins is also questionable, but if he’s able to go, McCoy would at least have one big time pass-catcher to throw to.

Nonetheless, the Seahawks have looked awful on both ends of the field. Offensively, Wilson couldn’t score a point for the Seahawks against the Packers. And when the offense gets going, the defense is going to slack a bit. Seattle’s just having a bad season.

Under 49 (-112)

The Seahawks put up no points last week against the Packers, while the Cardinals have struggled a little bit with Colt McCoy under center recently. Both offenses have the ability to pick back up and score points. However, you can’t count on both offenses to do that. Not in this game. The Seahawks have done well against the run this year, while the Cardinals have performed better against the pass. The Cardinals, without Murray, are going to want to run against a very good Seahawks rushing defense. In turn, the Seahawks, with Russell Wilson back, are going to want to throw the ball a little more against a tough secondary and solid pass rush from the Cardinals. So the under makes the most sense here.

Cardinals -.5 First Half (+100)

This should be a tight game throughout, but I will pick the better team to be out in front early in this game. The Cardinals didn’t just become 8-2 with Kyler Murray. They’ve had a lot of pieces work well this season, especially on the defensive end, where they’ve done well in pass coverage this year. The Seahawks offensive line has been underwhelming this year, especially in pass protection, and that’s one of the reasons why Russell Wilson was out on the sideline, to begin with.

Seahawks vs. Cardinals SAME GAME PARLAY Picks

3-Leg Same Game Parlay (+362): Risk $100 to win $362

  • Cardinals (-124)
  • Under 49 (-112)
  • Cardinals -.5 First Half (+100)

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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