Carolina Panthers vs. Cardinals best bets for Week 4, how to watch, injury report
By Dean Jones
Can the Carolina Panthers continue building positive momentum when they take on the Arizona Cardinals in Week 4 at Bank of America Stadium?
We are now one full month into the NFL season and the Carolina Panthers have another big opportunity to prove their doubters wrong in Week 4. Sunday’s game at Bank of America Stadium versus the Arizona Cardinals comes with tremendous intrigue, but the need for Matt Rhule to start picking up positive results is there for all to see despite attaining a much-needed triumph over the New Orleans Saints last time out.
Arizona looks pretty banged up and won’t have the luxury of wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins to call upon. However, the dual-threat capabilities of mercurial quarterback Kyler Murray cannot be ignored if the Panthers want to stand any chance of success.
Confidence will have improved dramatically after achieving their first win in ten games. But if the Panthers don’t get themselves to .500 ahead of a tough stretch of fixtures, then the pressure on Rhule will only intensify – at least from the outside.
With weather conditions set to be wet and wild following the devastation of Hurricane Ian, this is truly a game that could go either way. Avoiding mistakes is crucial.
Carolina Panthers injury report vs. Cardinals
There’s been plenty of talk surrounding Christian McCaffrey‘s status in Week 4. The running back missed the two practice sessions this week, but he returned on Friday and although questionable for the clash, head coach Matt Rhule appeared confident he’d take his place in the lineup.
Here is Carolina’s full injury report in Week 4:
- Christian McCaffrey (RB) – Questionable (thigh)
- Stantley Thomas-Oliver III (CB) – Questionable (Achillies)
- Laviska Shenault Jr. – Questionable (hamstring)
- Marquis Haynes (DE/OLB) – Questionable (knee)
Here is Arizona’s injury report at the Panthers:
- Rodney Hudson (C) – Questionable (knee)
- Rashard Lawrence (DT) – Out (hand)
- Zeke Turner (LB) – Out (ankle)
- J.J. Watt (DE) – Questionable (calf)
- A.J. Green (WR) – Out (knee)
- Zaven Collins (LB) – Questionable (shoulder)
- Rondale Moore (WR) – Questionable (hamstring)
- Matt Prater (K) – Questionable (right hip)
- Marquise Brown (WR) – Questionable (foot)
Carolina Panthers bets Week 4
According to the latest odds from FanDuel Sportsbook, the Panthers are 1.5-point underdogs at Bank of America Stadium after starting the week -1.0. Anyone wanting Carolina on the money line can get -116 (bet $116 to win $100), with the Cardinals sitting at -102 currently (bet $102 to win $100).
The over/under for the contest is set at 43.5 points, which can be bet at -110 in both directions (bet $110 to win $100).
Considering the expected weather conditions for the contest, going with the under 43.5 points looks like a decent wager. As for the victor, giving Carolina a 1.5-point cushion on the spread is certainly tempting after last weekend.
How to watch Carolina Panthers vs. Cardinals in Week 4
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