The Seahawks came up short in Cincinnati, but the offense put the team in position to win against a Super Bowl contender, can the team find its footing against one of the worst defenses in the NFL.
You can check out our full game betting preview here, but this is going to target player props for Seahawks vs. Cardinals, including emerging star Kenneth Walker and rookie Zach Charbonnett. Can the Seahawks pair of young players make an impact on Sunday?
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Bets prop bets for Cardinals vs. Seahawks in Week 7
- Kenneth Walker III OVER 79.5 rushing yards
- Zach Charbonnet anytime touchdown scorer
- Joshua Dobbs OVER 21.5 rushing yards
Kenneth Walker III OVER 79.5 rushing yards
The Cardinals have the second worst rushing success rate allowed on the year, 48%, so I expect the Seahawks to attack on the ground with its No. 1 back in Walker.
The second year pro is averaging north of 16 carries per game and has cleared this in two of his last three, including rushing for 97 yards against the worst rush defense in terms of success rate allowed in the Panthers. Against a rush defense that is nearly as bad, I expect Walker to flirt with triple digits yet again.
Zach Charbonnet anytime touchdown scorer
As our BetSided teammate Josh Yourish noted, Charbonnet has received a decent amount of usage around the red zone and the Cardinals poor rush defense can lead to his first NFL touchdown:
The Cardinals are not good at defending the run this season. So far, they are 24th in run defense and 25th in yards per rush. They have allowed eight rushing touchdowns, only the Giants, Colts, and Panthers have allowed more.
Kenneth Walker leads the team in red zone carries, but his odds don’t present much value. However, his backup running back's do. Charbonnet has received five red zone carries this season and has run for 13 yards and no touchdowns. He’s yet to reach the end zone despite 23 carries and an average of 4.7 yards per carry.
Joshua Dobbs OVER 21.5 rushing yards
Dobbs has gone over this number in four of six games as the Cardinals' lackluster offensive line has put Dobbs in a ton of difficult situations where he needs to escape the pocket and use his legs as a weapon.
To be fair, it's worked to date. Dobbs is averaging nearly six yards per carry and should be in a negative game script with the Seahawks sitting as big home favorites. With an injury to James Conner and a revolving door of wide receivers, I think this is the way to target the Cardinals offense with such a low tota.
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