The Cardinals are tied for worst odds in the NFL to win the Super Bowl
Aug 25, 2018, 3:12 PM | Updated: Aug 27, 2018, 1:11 pm
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The Arizona Cardinals’ odds to win Super Bowl 53 have not only gotten worse since the opening odds were released on Feb. 5 – they are now tied for the worst in the NFL
According to the website Bovada, the Cardinals, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins all have 150/1 odds to win the big one this year.
The Cardinals’ opening odds began at 50 to 1, moved to 66/1 in March and then 80/1 in May until finally settling on 150/1 on Aug. 24.
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Division rivals Los Angeles Rams have the best odds in the NFC West at 17/2. The San Francisco 49ers come in at 22/1 while the Seattle Seahawks sit at 55/1.
The only time the Cardinals appeared in the Super Bowl was in 2009 in a 27-23 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The NFC West is tied with the AFC East for the most appearances in the Super Bowl over the last decade
The New England Patriots have four appearances over the last ten season representing the AFC East while the NFC West has sent three different teams to the Super Bowl in the same time span: the Cardinals in 2009, the 49ers in 2013 and the Seahawks in 2014 and 2015.
The Patriots have the best odds to win Super Bowl 53 sitting at 6/1.
According to SI.com, the Cardinals have an over/under win total of 5.5.