Cardinals vs. Buccaneers 2013, NFL picks Week 4: It is a 50/50 split

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Mike Glennon is the new starting quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but experts across the internet are skeptical of whether or not he can lead the Bucs to their first win.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made a switch at quarterback in search of their first win of the season. Whether or not that affects who is picking them to win remains to be seen as they host the Arizona Cardinals in Week 4.

As of right now, pretty much everyone is just lobbing darts at the board blindfolded to try and pick who is going to win. Our own five-member panel at SB Nation had two picks for the Cardinals and three picks for the Buccaneers. The folks at ESPN are even more split down the middle, with seven votes going to both teams. Over at CBS Sports, things get a bit more flattering for the home team with six picks for the Bucs and three for the Cardinals.

The odds makers are having just as difficult of a time predicting this game. The Buccaneers opened up as three point favorites, according to, but that spread now sits anywhere from one to three points according to which site is used.

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