Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl Odds 2024: Latest Super Bowl 58 Odds

The current Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds are . The Cardinals are far from a Super Bowl contender right now, but they seem to be headed in the right direction. New head coach Jonathan Gannon and general manager Monti Ossenfort are instilling a culture that will help lead the franchise in the right direction. However, the short term presents many questions, not the least of which is the status of supposed franchise quarterback Kyler Murray. Could Murray’s expected return change the fortunes of this team?

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The Cardinals offense was practically non-existent without their dual threat playmaker and that was made apparent as they finished the season 30th in overall offensive DVOA. Murray could be making his return from the Injured Reserve in the coming weeks, though, which would be a big boost for the offense.

Arizona watched recent big-time defensive contributors like Chandler Jones and Byron Murphy leave in free agency while J.J. Watt retired. The remaining defense is very young and inexperienced, but there are some potential long term building blocks in the group. In particular, cornerback Kei’Trel Clark is a player to watch. Unheralded edge rusher Dennis Gardeck has also begun to break out.

Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl Odds Analysis

This isn’t a Super Bowl team. Joshua Dobbs is the starting quarterback for the time being, and while Kyler Murray is expected to get some action before the season is over, neither quarterback can elevate this poor roster to anywhere near Super Bowl contention.

What does that mean for Kyler Murray’s future? It’s hard to tell, especially since Arizona could position themselves for one of the top quarterbacks in a draft that includes Caleb Williams and Drake Maye. His potential career damaging injury doesn’t help as well, giving management an opt out should they want to move on from him.

As for the NFL Draft, it was widely expected that the Cardinals would trade back from their third overall pick. They did just that, trading their third pick to the Houston Texans and then traded back up to the sixth pick with the Detroit Lions. This allowed them to acquire the Texans first round pick for next year, as well as still get their guy in Paris Johnson Jr with the sixth pick.

Paris Johnson Jr was regarded as the number one prospect at his position heading into the draft, serving as a freak athlete with long arms who can cover ground in a hurry. The Cardinals offensive line was beaten up throughout the year, now lacking depth heading into this season. Johnson will be plugged in as an immediate starter, giving them much needed protection at tackle. Bolstering up the line for their future franchise quarterback is crucial.

The Cardinals also moved on from DeAndre Hopkins after the draft, leaving the offense with plenty of opportunity for young pass catchers like Rondale Moore and Michael Wilson to emerge. Marquise Brown has also been productive. The Cardinals will look to keep adding to the offense, and they have a realistic shot at getting the first and second overall pick by owning the Texans first rounder and tanking their own.

Reasons Why Cardinals Can & Can’t Win Super Bowl 58


  • Paris Johnson Jr will serve as a viable starter as the best prospect at his position in the draft
  • Jonathan Gannon should provide a defensive boost as the Eagles’ former defensive coordinator
  • Budda Baker is one of the best safeties in football and a leader on the defense


  • Little to no pass rush with Chandler Jones leaving for the Raiders
  • No timetable on Kyler Murray’s return
  • Minimal proven pass-catching production after DeAndre Hopkins’ departure
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