Bet $5 On The Cardinals vs. The Vikings & Get $200 If You Pick The Winner

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The Cardinals needed their win over the Saints last Sunday, like the protagonist in an HBO show about high school needs methadone. It was everything anyone would have wanted in DeAndre Hopkins’ return, as the star receiver torched a talented Saints’ secondary for 103 yards on ten passes. And now, with Hopkins, Robbie Anderson, Rondale Moore, Marquise Brown, Zach Ertz, and AJ Green, the Cardinals have more weapons than Kyle Rittenhouse with a credit card. The Vikings are coming off a well-deserved bye week. Minnesota’s offense has propelled them to the top of the NFC North behind a career year so far from the Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson duo. Jefferson has kept fantasy owners happier than the Clinton family when it’s time to dispose of someone with political dirt on them, with 654 yards through the Vikings’ first six games, on an average of 109 yards per game. The Vikings block well, and they put up 23.2 points per contest. However, Minnesota matches up terribly against the Cardinals.

Kirk Cousins is at his best when he has enough time in the pocket to binge-watch something on Netflix. Against a blitz-friendly Eagles, Cousins struggled to make reads down the field and threw the ball into bad situations that resulted in three interceptions and 11 pass breakups. And who blitzes more than anyone in the NFL? Vance Joseph and the Arizona Cardinals. Between Joseph’s tendency to send the dogs after opposing quarterbacks and Budda Baker’s coverage at safety, Arizona’s defensive scheme poses all kinds of problems for the Vikings. And on offense? The Vikings are giving up more yards per pass than any passing defense in the league. Now that Kyler is reunited with his favorite receiver and the other weapons at his disposal, he has no excuse but to play to his contract this week. Take the Cardinals Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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