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Bet on the NFLThis Sunday’s game is pivotal for both the Seahawks and the Cardinals as both teams are 3-2 this season, and they are about to fight it out for the top spot in the NFC West. Both teams are coming off strong wins, Seattle beat the Bears on the road and Arizona took down the defending Super Bowl champs the Saints in Week 5, just before their bye week last weekend. The 2010 season is seeing a lot of division ties, actually 13 teams in the NFL share first place in their divisions, giving very tight sportsbook odds this weekend for NFL Betting. Seattle has the upper hand this weekend as they are hosting the Cardinals. Sportsbook lists the Seahawks as the 6.5 point favorites with the over under at 40.5.

So far this season Seattle has followed up each win with a loss, but the pressure is on to break old habits this weekend. Last Sunday Pete Carroll’s improved offense with the help of Matt Hasselbeck recorded a season high 353 yards of total offense. Hasselbeck also thre for a season-high 242 yards and a TD last weekend, making it through the whole game without a single interception.

As for the Cards they turned heads with their 30-20 defeat over the Saints on October 10th. They claim they’re not too concerned over the division race this early in the season, and instead are focused only on the Seahawks. They have won 4 straight matchups vs the Seahawks. Rookie QB Max Hall made his first career start against New Orleans, and will be joined this week by returning wide receivers Steve Breaston and Early Doucet. This Sunday will be Hall’s first road start.



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