Week 4 NFL Odds: Giants Vs. Cardinals

Oddsmakers have listed the visiting New York Giants as three-point favorites for this weekend's game at University of Phoenix Stadium against the Arizona Cardinals.

The Giants (2-1) have beaten the St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles following a season opening loss to the Washington Redskins.

The Cardinals (1-2) opened the season with a victory over the Carolina Panthers. They have lost successive games to the Redskins and Seattle Seahawks. The 13-10 loss to Seattle was particularly disappointing for the Cardinals and their fans.

The Giants might get defensive end Osi Umenyiora, who had preseason arthroscopic knee surgery, back on Sunday. The Cardinals hope running back Beanie Wells (hamstring) will be able to play.


See SB Nation's NFL Odds page for the line on every NFL game


Be sure to check SB Nation New York on Friday for our weekly NFL predictions.

-- See Big Blue View for Giants coverage, and SB Nation Arizona for Cardinals news.

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