Create

Arizona Cardinals vs. Las Vegas Raiders: Odds, Lines, Picks, and Predictions - September 18, 2022 | 2022 NFL Regular Season

Las Vegas Raiders v Los Angeles Chargers
Derek Carr is looking for his first win of the season.

The Las Vegas Raiders travel south to play the Arizona Cardinals in their Week 2 matchup. Both teams are looking for their first win of the season after disappointing losses in Week 1.

The Raiders are a dark horse for a lot of sharp bettors in the AFC West, and as a result, they were shown some love in Week 1. But Justin Herbert stepped up and showed that he is a real force in that division.

Raiders HC Josh McDaniels and the Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury won Super Bowl XXXVIII together - when Kingsbury was a rookie QB on the Patriots.“He just had a football mind. Doesn’t surprise me he’s ascended to this point. … He’s a great guy, good friend of mine.” https://t.co/kB4UNZPqC4
"Raiders HC Josh McDaniels and the Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury won Super Bowl XXXVIII together" - @theleviedwards

The Kansas City Chiefs served the Cardinals a big L in Week 1. Many expected it to be a close game, as Kyler Murray has been on the fringes of greatness for several years now, but he fell flat in Week 1.


Arizona Cardinals vs. Las Vegas Raiders match details

Fixture: Arizona Cardinals @ Las Vegas Raiders

Date & Time: Sunday, September 18, 4:25 p.m. EDT.

Venue: Aligent Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

"Aligent Stadium" - @tae_lilly

Arizona Cardinals vs. Las Vegas Raiders betting odds

SpreadMoneylineOver/Under
Cardinals+5.5 (-110)+190Over 51.5 (-114)
Raiders-5.5 (-110)-230Under 51.5 (-106)

Arizona Cardinals vs. Las Vegas Raiders best picks

We killed it last week with the Derek Carr passing prop. However, this week looks very different. Despite missing his prop last week, his total for this week is even higher, and given how the Cardinals' defense looked in the previous week against the Chiefs, it's understandable. Expect to see Davante Adams catching a lot of Carr's passes. He's more than capable of a 300+ yard game, so bettors should lock it in.

Derek Carr Over 281.5 Passing Yards (-114)

Marquise Brown had four receptions for fourty-three yards.
Marquise Brown had four receptions for fourty-three yards.

Marquise Brown only caught four passes last week, but one of those catches was good for six points. Kyler Murray will try to involve him more to get this offense rolling. He's always a deep threat, and given the odds, it's a great play for bettors.

Marquise Brown Anytime Touchdown (+185)

Arizona Cardinals vs. Las Vegas Raiders prediction

There are concerns about Kyler Murray, given that the new Call of Duty beta comes out this weekend, but I think he knows that's a narrative he needs to kill. So don't be surprised if he doesn't even touch the beta. Murray is going to have a career game in this one and bring Arizona their first dub of the season.

Arizona (+190)

Quick Links

Edited by John Maxwell
Be the first one to comment