Carolina Panthers Super Bowl Betting Odds
The Carolina Panthers Super Bowl betting odds going into the 2019 season could make for an interesting futures bet. The Panthers finished the 2018 season with a record of 7-9 and missed the playoffs. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s injured shoulder was a big reason for the disappointing season. Newton had surgery to correct the issue this offseason which is a definite positive for the Panthers odds of making it back to the Super Bowl. The Panthers have good young players on the offensive side of the ball. Running back Christian McCaffrey led all running backs in catches last year with 107 setting an NFL record.
McCaffrey led the Panthers in rushing yards (1098) and receiving yards (867), this year he will continue to be the focal point of the offense. DJ Moore, the Panthers first-round pick out of Maryland, has also shown flashes of what he can do for the Panthers. In his first season, he had 55 catches for 788 yards and two touchdowns. Moore will continue to get better as the season progresses as will the Panthers odds of reaching Super Bowl 54 in Miami. Online bookmakers follow the team closely, providing the latest Super Bowl betting odds on the Panthers. Each week, check back for game lines, props, and more!
Carolina Panthers Super Bowl 54 betting odds are a good bet to the roll the dice on. The Panthers are coming off a down year in 2018 but are poised to bounce back this year. Cam Newton is still a top tier quarterback despite his shoulder injury and All-Pro linebacker Luke Kuechly is still the foundation of the Panthers defense. Head Coach Ron Rivera is still among the most respected coaches in the NFL. Although this Panthers team isn’t the one that made the Super Bowl in 2015 some of those players are still on this team. The Carolina Panthers Super Bowl 54 odds are worth betting on as long as Cam Newton and the Panthers take the league by storm this year.
The Carolina Panthers NFC Championship odds are also a bet with high risk but an even higher reward. The Panthers play in the NFC South which is one of the toughest divisions in the NFL. The New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons both are contenders for the NFC title this season. The loss of veteran linebacker Thomas Davis hurts the Panthers defense, but they did add via the draft, former Florida State University defensive lineman Brian Burns, who will be giving offensive lines problems for many years to come. With a healthy Cam Newton back it’s hard to count out the Carolina Panthers as a contender for the NFC championship. Sites like BetOnline keep all of the latest NFC Championship betting odds regularly updated as the season progresses.