Arizona enters Sunday hoping to end a two-game losing streak, while Pittsburgh is looking to continue a one-game winning streak after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 16-10 in Cincinnati.
Please join me as I share my best game and prop bets for the Cardinals vs. Steelers on Sunday, December 3.
Cardinals vs. Steelers Best Prop Bets
Trey McBride Under 54.5 receiving yards -114 at FanDuel
Arizona Cardinals tight end Trey McBride has been a revelation this season for Arizona. McBride has exceeded FanDuel’s prop number in three of his past five. Sunday, he has a difficult matchup against a Steelers defense, allowing 7.1 targets per contest.
McBride has been targetted a minimum of seven times over his previous three and would typically be a good bet to eclipse this number. I say normally because McBride missed Wednesday’s practice with a groin injury and may not see as many targets as he usually enjoys. Take the Under 54.5 receiving yards at FanDuel Arizona.
Jaylen Warren Under 57.5 rushing yards -120 at DraftKings
Steelers running back Jaylen Warren has a good matchup with a Cardinals rushing defense, allowing the fourth-most rushing yards per game.
Warren has been a revelation for the Pittsburgh offense. He’s exceeded this prop total in three of his last five games. The problem is that Warren is in a time-share with teammate Najee Harris.
Warren has had some big games for the Steelers, but Harris is still the primary back, and Warren losing a fumble last week may curb the number of carries he gets. The Steelers’ rookie is also a valuable receiver out of the backfield, and I don’t believe Warren will clear 57.5 yards this week against Arizona. Take Under 57.5 rushing yards at DraftKings Arizona.
Kenny Pickett Under 18.5 completions +100 at DraftKings
Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett is riding the struggle bus and has done so since he entered the league last season. He’s been benched during games and has tossed one TD pass over his previous five matchups.
Pickett has failed to clear the oddsmakers mark in eight of his 11 games this season and is 28th in the NFL in completion rate. The Cardinals defense allowed 25 completions and four TD passes last week to Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams. Look for the Cardinals to attack Pickett, and the second-year QB will end up Under 18.5 completions at DraftKings Arizona.