The Ravens vs. Cardinals 2015 live stream online and televised game will be the latest edition of Monday Night Football for NFL Week 7. Arizona had started off the season looking to remain among the unbeaten teams of the league, but now sits at 4-2. The 1-5 Ravens are looking at missing the postseason completely if they can’t begin to turn their season around with some wins. The 2015 NFL live online and televised matchup arrives through ESPN networks on Monday night.
According to AZCentral in their Oct. 25 report, Arizona will be without tight end Darren Fells and offensive linebacker Alex Okafor tonight. Wide receiver John Brown is questionable with a hamstring injury. Cornerback Justin Bethel, wide receiver Brittan Golden, offensive tackle Cory Redding and defensive tackle Frostee Rucker are all probables for tonight. LaMarr Woodley, who has been dealing with a chest injury is also probable. Larry Fitzgerald will be on the field and that’s always a plus for Arizona as he’s been having a great start to his season.
For tonight’s game, Arizona clearly will need to keep their early turnovers down and build a good lead on the visitors. The Baltimore Ravens’ defense will look to force as many turnovers as they can, because their offense won’t be able to keep up with the Cardinals. Arizona ranks fourth in the league in yards per game with an average of 405.7 while Baltimore ranks ninth. The two teams rank in the top 10 in terms of passing yards per game with Arizona higher up at sixth and the Ravens No. 10. Can Baltimore’s defense help win this game or will the Cardinals’ offense be too much to stop?
Vegas odds makers first listed the home team as favorites by 6-1/2 points, but since then they’ve risen at various books to nine point favorites. For the over/under, the points total is at 49 or 49-1/2 points at various sports books. On the moneyline, Arizona is a -420 favorite and the Ravens are +375 underdogs. Even at 4-2, the Cardinals are fourth among favorites to win the Super Bowl with odds of 14 to 1. Baltimore is a huge longshot right now unless they gain momentum as they’re listed at 350 to 1.
Monday Night Football featuring the Ravens vs. Cardinals has a scheduled start time of 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Viewers can watch live televised coverage on ESPN via their cable and satellite provider. To watch the live streaming online feed of the game, viewers with access to WatchESPN, NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile and Direct Ticket can all watch via their appropriate apps or websites. Sirius XM will also have audio coverage for both teams on channels 83 and 93 at 8:30 p.m. ET.