Two struggling teams in desperate need of a win meet Sunday when the Arizona Cardinals hit the road to the take on the Green Bay Packers.
Arizona has lost five of their last six games, including their last three. On Sunday, the Cardinals were routed 45–10 by the Los Angeles Chargers.
They enter the game ranked last in the NFL in total offense, and also average a league–low 14.1 points a game. Arizona is also last in rushing, passing, yards per attempt and first downs gained.
Their playoff hopes took a hit after losing 24–17 to the Minnesota Vikings, continuing their road problems. The Packers have lost each of the six road games in 2018.
There’s a reason why the Cardinals are listed as 14-point underdogs. They’re bad. They’ve never won at Lambeau Field, having gone 0-6 there, and they haven’t shown any consistency on either side of the ball to make anyone think they can pull of a surprise here. The Packers are 4-0-1 at home and as up-and-down as they’ve been this season, they should win handily.