The streaking Arizona Cardinals (6-7) are, not surprisingly, favored as they play host to the struggling Cleveland Browns (4-9) at the grass of University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday. Per OddsShark, the Cards are favored by six and a half points currently as they come off an upset win over the NFC-West division leading San Francisco 49ers last week and are winners of five of their last six games. They'll look to keep their playoff dreams alive against the Browns, losers of eight out of their last ten games.
Making matters worse for the Browns is that they're facing the possibility of missing their starting quarterback, Colt McCoy, who suffered a concussion in last week's loss to the Steelers. Jerome Harrison received a one-game suspension for the hit on McCoy, who resiliently re-entered the game, but as it was later revealed, Colt cannot remember parts his return.
Similarly though, Arizona's starting QB, Kevin Kolb, suffered a concussion in last week's win against the 49ers and his status too is up in the air. If he can't go, it's looking like John Skelton will get another chance for heroics.