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Bet $10 On The Cardinals v. The Rams And Get $200 When A TD Is Scored

GLENDALE, ARIZONA - JANUARY 09: Kyler Murray #1 of the Arizona Cardinals throws the ball against the Seattle Seahawks at State Farm Stadium on January 09, 2022 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

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  3. Deposit $10 or more into your account
  4. Finally, place a $10 bet on any spread, Moneyline, or total on this game and get $200 back when a TD is scored.

My Pick:

The scenario between Kyler Murray playing against Matt Stafford after last weekend is reminiscent of something I’m going through right now. I haven’t had much luck with women the past two months, but I can look at my friend that hasn’t gotten laid since before the pandemic and say, “Hey, at least I’m not that guy.” Matt Stafford has looked worse than a girl that overdid her spray tan for prom photos the last three weeks. I’m not going to lie; there is work that needs to be done this week.

Vance Joseph needs to get his secondary back on track because they’ve been about as coherent as a Biden press conference. This is a big game for Kyler, but I believe he can handle the pressure. He needs to take care of the ball, especially if D-Hop isn’t okay to play by this weekend. Vegas likes the Rams by 4.5. I couldn’t disagree more. Sure, the last six games have looked lackadaisical; however, I keenly remember when these two teams matched up in early October and the Cardinals stomped the Rams harder than Antonio Brown returning a punt with a kicker in his way. Kliff Kingsbury needs to get these guys right. When things click, this is arguably the best team in the NFL and destined to make a deep run in the playoffs.

Regardless of what happens don’t forget to bet $10 and win $200 when a TD is scored!


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