Last Updated on November 19, 2020

  • The Seattle Seahawks are -3 against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football. The total is set to 57.5 points.
  • The Seahawks have the top scoring offense (32.2 ppg), but the worst total defense (448.3 ypg) in the NFL
  • The Cardinals beat the Seahawks in overtime in Week 7.


Thursday Night Football will feature a compelling division rivalry for the second consecutive week. In Week 11, it’s the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals battling for first place in the NFC West. With both teams at 6-3, the winner of this game could emerge as the clear-cut favorite to win the division. Both the Seahawks and Cardinals have their sights set on a Super Bowl run.

The Los Angeles Rams are also 6-3 and play on Monday Night Football this week, but they play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Although it’s a winnable game, beating Tom Brady on Monday Night Football is always tough.

The Action Rush Thursday Night Football betting guide has the best odds, interesting props, analysis, and everything else you need to know for Seahawks vs. Cardinals in Week 11.




Seahawks – Cardinals Odds TNF Week 11

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The Seahawks are currently -3 on BetMGM Sportsbook, but we are seeing some slight variation in the spread line between books. Bettors can grab the Arizona Cardinals at +3.5 on DraftKings Sportsbook.

Seattle is currently -169 on the moneyline which implies that they have a 63% chance at winning. Arizona’s moneyline odds are set to +152. The over-under is at 57.5 points right now. Although that number seems high, the Seahawks and Cardinals are first and seventh in the NFL in scoring, respectively.


Who is the Public on?

Week 11 TNF Splits
Teams Point Spread % Handle % Bets Total Points % Handle % Bets Moneyline % Handle % Bets
ARI Cardinals +2.5 30% 44% Over 56.5 74% 73% +130 51% 57%
SEA Seahawks -2.5 70% 56% Under 56.5 26% 27% -148 49% 43%
Provided by DraftKings Sportsbook


Game Preview & Betting Angles

This is everything NFL fans could want in a primetime game. Two rivals — who are both led by bonafide MVP candidates — battling it out for supremacy in the division. Russell Wilson and Kyler Murray are two of the most electric players in the NFL this year and it’s safe to say that both guys are elite quarterbacks.

The Seahawks are scuffling right now, losing back-to-back games for the first time all year. They are looking to break that trend on the short week, but the Cardinals are one of their toughest tests of the season. Arizona is coming off of a last-second, hail-mary win over the Buffalo Bills last week. And not too long ago, the Cardinals pulled off a thrilling come-from-behind win against the Seahawks on Sunday Night Football.

This has all the makings for another classic.


Seahawks Game Notes

Before we get to Wilson’s incredible season, let’s focus on the Seattle defense. The Legion of Boom is more like the Legion of Bums this year. The Seahawks rank dead last in the NFL in yards per game (448.3) and 28th in scoring defense (29.6).

Injuries have hurt that unit all season long, but even the recent return of All-Pro Jamal Adams has done little to right the ship. Seattle traded away a king’s ransom for Adams in the offseason and when he’s been on the field, he’s been largely underwhelming. Although he does have 5.5 sacks and 6.0 tackles for loss, Adams has been a complete liability in coverage.

When the Seahawks traded two firsts, a third, and Bradley McDougald for Adams, they were hoping to get someone who could transform their defense. That has yet to happen.

Offensively though, the Seahawks can score in bunches. Wilson is having an MVP-type season and he leads the NFL in touchdown passes with 28. Unfortunately, Wilson is being asked to do a lot and he is already at 10 interceptions. That’s one fewer than his season-high mark of 11, which he did twice in 2016 and 2017.

The Seattle offense ranks first in the NFL in points per game (32.2), third in passing yards per game (289.4), and third in total yards per game (405.9).


Cardinals Game Notes

The Cardinals will go as far as Kyler Murray takes them, but it helps to have potentially the best wide receiver in football as his running mate — DeAndre Hopkins. During the offseason, the Cardinals acquired a souped-up Lamborghini for the price of a Toyota Corolla. The Houston Texans traded Hopkins and a fourth-round pick to Arizona for David Johnson, a second, and a fourth.

To say that this trade was a steal for the Cardinals would be the understatement of the century. Hopkins is second in the NFL in receptions (67) and receiving yards (861). Putting Hopkins up against the horrific Seattle secondary seems like a one-sided affair. Remember, the best guy in that secondary — Jamal Adams — is more of a box safety who rushes the passer. The advantage here has to go to the Cardinals.

The Arizona defense is middle of the pack when it comes to giving up yards, but they are more of a bend-don’t-break team. They are ninth in the NFL in scoring defense (23.3).

Keying in on Russell Wilson and D.K. Metcalf will be key to slowing down this Seahawks passing attack. Metcalf is quickly entering that “best receiver in the league” conversation with DeAndre Hopkins.


Seahawks vs. Cardinals TNF Prop Bets

Player prop bets are some of the best bets each week and there will be plenty of options to choose from in Seahawks vs. Cardinals Week 11. Here are a few of the best options:

Quarterback Completions Passing Yards Passing TDs
Russell Wilson (SEA) 26.5 (Ov -130 | Un +105) 315.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 2.5 (Ov +110 | Un -139)
Kyler Murray (ARI) 24.5 (Ov -106 | Un -118) 280.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 1.5 (Ov -190 | Un +150)
Running Backs Rush Attempts Rush Yards Rushing + Receiving Yards
Kenyan Drake (ARI) 12.5 (Ov -111 | Un -110) 47.5 (Ov -118| Un -106) 58.5 (Ov -115| Un -110)
Chase Edmonds (ARI) N/A 23.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 47.5 (Ov +100 | Un -125)
Kyler Murray (ARI) 9.5 (Ov -111 | Un -110) 57.5 (Ov -124 | Un +100) N/A
Carlos Hyde (SEA) 15.5 (Ov +100 | Un -125) 55.5 (Ov -110 | Un -110) 74.5 (Ov -110 | Un -111)
Russell Wilson (SEA) N/A 30.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) N/A
WR / TE / RB Receptions Receiving Yards Longest Reception
Kenyan Drake (ARI) N/A 7.5 (Ov +110 | Un -137) N/A
Chase Edmonds (ARI) 2.5 (Ov -152 | Un +122) 19.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 11.5 (Ov -113 | Un -113)
Larry Fitzgerald (ARI) 3.5 (Ov -130 | Un +105) 35.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 17.5 (Ov -102 | Un -125)
DeAndre Hopkins (ARI) 6.5 (Ov -167 | Un +135) 86.5 (Ov -118 | Un -106) 28.5 (Ov -113 | Un -113)
Christian Kirk (ARI) 3.5 (Ov +134 | Un -167) 48.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 21.5 (Ov -113 | Un -113)
Andy Isabella (ARI) N/A 16.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 12.5 (Ov -113 | Un -113)
DK Metcalf (SEA) 5.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 79.5 (Ov -112 | Un -112) 29.5 (Ov -113 | Un -113)
Greg Olsen (SEA) 2.5 (Ov +114 | Un -141) 24.5 (Ov -106 | Un -118) 14.5 (Ov -113 | Un -113)
Carlos Hyde (SEA) 2.5 (Ov +142 | Un -184) 13.5 (Ov -111 | Un -110) 9.5 (Ov -105 | Un -115)



How To Watch Seahawks – Cardinals Thursday Night

  • Date: Thursday, Nov. 19
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
  • Location: CenturyLink Field (Seattle, Washington)
  • TV: FOX, NFL Network, Amazon


Betting Picks & Score Prediction

It’s always a risky proposition to bet against Russell Wilson, but there’s only so much one man can do. The Cardinals appear to be the more complete team at this stage in the season. Seattle can’t stop a nosebleed and the secondary is going to have their hands full with Murray and Hopkins.

Take the Cardinals with the points here. The total is set too high to touch and the Seahawks aren’t playing well enough to trust when they are laying the points.


Final Score Prediction: Cardinals win 34-28