NFL Picks And Predictions Week 12: Cardinals Vs. Rams

The Cardinals visit St. Louis Sunday, a game that really no one knows how to pick, including Vegas oddsmakers.

In one of the most difficult to predict matchups of Week 12, the Arizona Cardinals will visit the St. Louis Rams in a showdown between two mediocre NFC West teams. The Cardinals will likely be rolling with backup quarterback John Skelton yet again, and the Rams will have Sam Bradford back, but that hasn't been working out too great this year anyway.

The experts around the Internet seem just as confused as the general population. There are no lines for the game, SB Nation's own Andrew Sharp is so baffled by the matchup, he wrote this:

Arizona at St. Louis (OFF) ... There should be a mercy rule to prevent games like this.    

Sounds about right. The Cardinals have the slight edge, but the Rams are capable of a big performance. The guys at CBS Sports are just as confused — three of them are picking the Cardinals and two picked the Rams. The same goes for the ESPN bros, five of whom chose the Cardinals to win, the other three chose the Rams, with AccuScore also choosing the Rams. Good luck with this one.

For more on these two teams, check out Rams blog Turf Show Times and Cardinals blog Revenge Of The Birds.

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