Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray # 1 on September 19, 2021 in Glendale, Arizona. Norm Hall / Getty Images / AFP
We have three interconferences between the Arizona Cardinals and the Jacksonville Jaguars in a week. These are young teams that seem to be headed in opposite directions. However, it’s too early in the season for us to make any conclusive conclusions. Jacksonville will try to win its first victory this week to keep their unbeaten start.
Arizona Cardinals versus Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, September 26, 2021 – 1:00 p.m. EDT at TIAA bank field
Hard start for Jacksonville
Since his first season with Clemson, Trevor Lawrence has been considered the future savior of one of the troubled franchises in the NFL. In the past off-season he was the first overall selection of Jags, so the expectations in Duval County were of course sky high. The jury is still unsure where this season will lead after two weeks.
To be clear, I think judging Lawrence based on his first two professional games is grossly unfair. It’s not because he was bad. Many rookie quarterbacks don’t do well, but that’s part of the deal. There are some exceptions to the rule, but it doesn’t mean that the Chargers have been bad for a long time. They have all of Trevor Lawrence’s pro-level players on offense and defense. The point is, we see the potential that everyone is talking about: for me the answer is yes.
I see the real problem in the culture of the entire team. Urban Myer, your new head coach. Although he is a great college coach, this isn’t college football. Some of his early season decisions were a bit puzzling. For example, he had Tim Tebow attempt to play wide receiver for the team. Again, it’s too early to blame Myer, but let’s just say it’s me Part of the group of people who believe it won’t work.
Cards that look like a real deal
Right now, Kyler Murray looks like a legitimate MVP candidate. According to the SBR odds page, his team is the street favorite by a wide margin. The majority of top online betting sites offer 52 options, with 51 available depending upon where you shop. This number is too high for me.
In two games, the average score of the cards was 36 points per game. I don’t think that this number will drop against the Jags squad. Not only do I not believe defending the Jags can slow the cards down, I don’t understand how they scored enough points to keep up. Both Houston, Denver were able run the ball well and the card games so far have been very good. If Murray supports the run game against Jacksonville I will see double-digit profit.
Trevor Lawrence # 16 of Jacksonville Jaguars, September 12, 2021, Houston, Texas. Carmen Mandato / Getty Images / AFP
I don’t want to count the Jags offensive yet because I see the talent there or Lawrence, despite the poor numbers so far. He will get over these problems, but it seems too late. His first touchdown pass last week was special and I think we’ll see more of this in the future how he catches up with the speed of the game.
My NFL pick is more about how dynamic Murray is at the moment. Jacksonville cannot stop admiring his ability to use his pocket money to buy time and still be accurate in these situations. Most teams in the league aren’t like him. Murray and De’Andre Hopkins seem to be in perfect sync, which means that they have one of most deadly one-two hits in league. This team cannot score less than 35+ points.
NFL selection: Arizona Team Total over 30.5 (-115) at BetOnline (visit our BetOnline Review)
Arizona team over 30.5 total(-115)
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