Arizona Cardinals Superbowl Betting

Ready for some NFL football? Below we have updated Arizona Cardinals Superbowl betting odds for 2021. The Arizona Cardinals acquired running back Kenyan Drake in a trade on Oct. 28 last season. For the reason they needed depth at the position. Despite being thrust into a starting role in the middle of the season, Drake finished the year with 643 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games.

Thanks to his play, Drake got a one-year tender worth $8.3 million from the Cardinals during the offseason. Good try out! With Drake having the entire offseason to get a better understanding of the team’s playbook, he expects to have a big year for the Cardinals. Will he?

“I was able to kind of start from. I guess. Scratch and just get the meat and potatoes behind the ‘why’ of a lot different plays,” Drake said. “It gave me a better outlook, and I can keep my vision from being narrow to what I got to focus [on] instead of the whole entire offense.”

Head coach Kliff Kingsbury is excited to see what Drake brings to the table this season.

2021 Arizona Cardinals Superbowl Betting Odds

Arizona Cardinals Superbowl Betting 2021

“His running style, the explosiveness, being dynamic in space. He’s up there with anybody in the league,” Kingsbury said. “And now it’s just about mastering our system, where he can get those pre-snap keys and, kind of, take that next step as being an expert on our system.

“We’re just all fired up to watch his progress in Year 2 in the same system being the featured guy.”
Running backs coach James Saxon described Drake’s role in 2020 as being a “prime tool for this offense” and “the guy that’s going to stir the drink for us.”

“It allows you to play a little bit faster. Also, little bit freer. Because now you trust the people around you, because you know that you’re just not this one part that’s doing this one mechanical thing,” Saxon said. “There’s a reason why you’re doing that one mechanical thing that encompasses everybody else, and that’s where he’s been this offseason. It’s going pretty well.”

September 3, 2020 by : Posted in 2021 No Comments

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