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Cardinals Will Have the “Edge” Against the Bears - Monday Night NFL Madness
Cardinals Will Have the “Edge” Against the Bears. Monday Night NFL Madness. Written by BetWWTS and Ecobika betting picks
For the first time since inception, Monday Night Madness paid out its players for betting on the winning side of the promo, and in Week 5, Denver was the pick. They said it would be the week that the public was going to win, and they delivered. This coming Monday sides with Arizona to cover the 10.5 point spread while hosting Chicago. When you bet 0 on the Cardinals after signing up through the promotions page, you are eligible to either get paid out for the winning bet, or refunded the 0 if the bet comes up short.
Week 5 featured a great game for two of the most punishing defenses in the NFL. The Ravens and Broncos played in a cold, rainy, Mile High Stadium on Monday, and BetWWTS.com guaranteed that the Broncos were the side to ride at -4. The Broncos pulled off the ATS win 13-3, and the public is thrilled with the payout. The earlier weeks in the promo ended up being refunded, but a new streak of wins could be on the way. Week 6 sides with QB rookie superstar in the making, Matt Leinart, and the Arizona Cardinals.
The Bears might be dominating the league with a 5-0 record, but the bigger they are the harder they fall. The trends speak volumes in Arizona’s favor for this match-up. The Bears are 2-6-2 ATS in their last 10 road games vs. a team with a losing home record. They are 2-5-2 ATS in their last 9 games as a road favorite, and 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games after scoring more than 30 points in their previous game. The run defense seems to be in check, which is a catalyst for spread coverage, as the Arizona Cardinals are 38-13 ATS in their last 51 games after allowing less than 90 yards rushing in their previous game. Don’t let the 1-4 record fool you, this team has some serious weapons that play behind the heaviest O-line in the league. WR Anquan Boldin is 5th best in the NFL in receptions with 28, and Edgerrin James is 3rd in RB receptions with 22. This gives QB Matt Leinart some decent targets. Leinart actually has a better completion percentage than Bear’s QB, Rex Grossman, and could use this game to establish himself as the best pick out of this year’s draft.
Monday Night Madness, as always, is available to the first 1000 new signups at BetWWTS.com, click here. Players receive a free 0 dollar bet on the Arizona Cardinals to cover the 10.5 point spread against the Chicago Bears. If the Bears beat the spread, then the player gets the 0 he or she put down, refunded into their accounts with no rollover requirements. If the Cards cover the spread though, then players receive the regular payout of the standard bet.
After Week 6 of Monday Night Madness, Week 7, the New York Giants will be on the road in “The Big D”, for a division showdown with the Dallas Cowboys. More details on which side they guarantee for week 7 are soon to follow.
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