The Arizona Cardinals have not had a lead in a game this season in regulation. The only lead they had was the last play of an overtime win in Week 2.
As a result, they are underdogs for the fourth straight week.
They open the week as slight road underdogs as they prepare to face the 1-2 Carolina Panthers.
The Cardinals lost 20-12 in Week 3 to the Los Angeles Rams, falling behind 13-0 and never getting into the ed zone.
The Panthers had a 22-14 win over the New Orleans Saints. They failed to crack 300 yards of offense for the third straight game, but the defense forced three turnovers and scored a touchdown.
Let’s look at the odds and lines for the Cardinals vs. Panthers Week 4 matchup, according to Tipico Sportsbook.
Cardinals at Panthers Week 4 odds and lines
At +105 odds, the Cardinals have 48.78% implied odds of winning. A $100 money line bet on the Cardinals would win $105 if they win the game. Arizona is 1-2 straight up this season.
At -125 odds, the Panthers have 55.56% implied odds of winning. A $125 money line wager on the Panthers wins $100 if they are the outright winners. They are 1-2 straight up this season.
Against the spread (ATS)
Cardinals +2.5 (-115)
Panthers -2.5 (-105)
A $115 ATS bet on the Cardinals will win $100 if the Cardinals win the game, tie with the Panthers or lose by no more than two points. The Cardinals are 1-2 ATS this season.
It would take a $105 ATS bet on the Panthers to win $100 if they beat the Cardinals by at least three points. Carolina is 1-2 ATS as well.
Over 43.5 (-108)
Under 43.5 (-112)
If the two teams combine for 44 points or more, a $108 bet on the Over wins $100.
If they combine for 43 or less, a $112 bet on the Under wins $100.
Arizona is 1-1-1 O/U, while Carolina is 1-2 O/U.
Cardinals vs. Panthers head-to-head
The Cardinals and Panthers have met 19 times total in their history — 16 times in the regular season and three times in the playoffs.
The Panthers lead the all-time series 14-5. They are 12-4 against the Cardinals in the regular season and 2-1 against them in the postseason.
The Panthers have won six straight meetings against the Cardinals, including two playoff games.
Arizona has not beaten Carolina since 2013. The last five matchups have had totals of 44 or more points.