November 23, 2021
Saints vs Panthers Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting
The New Orleans Saints won four times against the Carolina Panthers during the 2019 and 2020 NFL seasons. Additionally, the Saints ranked first in the 2020 NFC South division while the Panthers were third.
Some bettors looking into these statistics may consider the Saints the most favored team against the Panthers next season.
A good habit to develop for beginners and casual bettors may be to look into those stats and other factors such as betting trends.
SportsBetting.com discusses past performance stats and betting odds between the Saints and Panthers to help bettors make more informed betting decisions.
Saints vs. Panthers Stats Last Season
The first Saints-Panthers match was in Week 7 of the 2020 NFL season. The game was held in Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Saints scored the first goal with a touchdown from quarterback Drew Brees, followed by a field goal by Panthers kicker Joey Slye. In the second quarter, both teams exchanged a few touchdowns. The first half ended with the Saints leading 21-17.
In the second half, the Panthers scored one touchdown while the Saints had two field goals. The Saints won the game 27-24 against the Panthers.
The second match between the Saints and Panthers was ten weeks later and was held at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Both teams scored a touchdown and tied 7-all in the first quarter. However, the Saints managed to continue scoring goals while the Panthers could not move their points.
The game ended 33-7 in favor of the Saints.
2020 NFL Season Performance
New Orleans Saints (12-4-0)
Week 1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 34-23(W)
Week 2. Las Vegas Raiders – 24-34(L)
Week 3. Green Bay Packers – 30-37(L)
Week 4. Detroit Lions – 35-29(W)
Week 5. Los Angeles Chargers – 30-27(W)
Week 7. Carolina Panthers – 27-24(W)
Week 8. Chicago Bears – 26-23(W)
Week 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 38-3(W)
Week 10. San Francisco 49ers – 27-13(W)
Week 11. Atlanta Falcons – 24-9(W)
Week 12. Denver Broncos – 31-3(W)
Week 13. Atlanta Falcons – 21-16(W)
Week 14. Philadelphia Eagles – 21-24(L)
Week 15. Kansas City Chiefs – 29-32(L)
Week 16. Minnesota Vikings – 52-33(W)
Week 17. Carolina Panthers – 33-7(W)
NFC Wild Card – Chicago Bears-21-9(W)
NFC Divisional Playoff – Tampa Bay Buccaneers-20-30(L)
Carolina Panthers (5-11-0)
Week 1. Las Vegas Raiders – 30-34(L)
Week 2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 17-31(L)
Week 3. LA Chargers – 21-16(W)
Week 4. Arizona Cardinals – 31-21(W)
Week 5. Atlanta Falcons – 23-16(W)
Week 6. Chicago Bears – 16-23(L)
Week 7. New Orleans Saints – 24-27(L)
Week 8. Atlanta Falcons – 17-25(L)
Week 9. Kansas City Chiefs – 31-33(L)
Week 10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 23-46(L)
Week 11. Detroit Lions – 20-0(W)
Week 12. Minnesota Vikings – 27-28(L)
Week 14. Denver Broncos – 27-32(L)
Week 15. Green Bay Packers – 16-24(L)
Week 16. Washington Football Team – 20-13(W)
Week 17. New Orleans Saints – 7-33(L)
Saints vs. Panthers Betting Trends Last Season
2020 NFL Week 7 Betting Odds
Moneyline: Saints -269, Panthers +241
Point spread: Saints -7, Panthers +7
Winner: Saints (27-24)
Spread: Panthers (+4 ATS)
O/U: 51 (Over +1.5)
2020 NFL Week 17 Betting Odds
Moneyline: Saints -260, Panthers +220
Point spread: Saints -6, Panthers +6
Winner: Saints (33-7)
Spread: Saints (+20 ATS)
O/U: 40 (Under -6.5)
Saints vs. Panthers All-Time Series
From October 1995 to January 2021, the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers had 53 matchups. Both teams met in a postseason game in 2018. The Saints won 28 games while the Panthers won 25.
2020 NFC South Standings
During the 2020 regular season, the Saints won 12 matches and lost four. This record put them first in the NFC South division rankings and qualified them for the postseason games.
On the other hand, the Panthers won five and lost 11 games. This performance placed them at third in the division but could not qualify them for the NFC playoffs.
2020 NFL Season Notable Players
New Orleans Saints
- Drew Brees
- Alvin Kamara
- Latavius Murray
- Emmanuel Sanders
- Mike Davis
- Teddy Bridgewater
- Christian McCaffrey
- Curtis Samuel
How to Place Bets on the Saints vs. Panthers Odds
This method is a bet on which team straight-up wins in a match. Favorites are denoted with a minus (-) sign, while underdogs are represented with a plus (+) sign.
The following betting lines are examples of moneyline odds:
- Seattle Seahawks -302
- New York Giants +263
If you bet on the Seahawks, you must stake $302 to win $100 if the Seahawks win. If you choose the Giants, a $100 bet will give you a $263 profit if your bet wins.
Betting on the spread means predicting how many points a team has to win over the opponent.
An example of a point spread is:
- Tennessee Titans -7.5
- Jacksonville Jaguars +7.5
If you bet on the Titans, the team must win by eight points or more against the Jaguars for you to win. If you choose the Jaguars, you win the bet if the team scores higher than the Titans or loses by seven points or fewer.
An O/U bet determines whether the sum of both teams’ scores goes over or under a predetermined score set by sports betting sites.
Suppose in a Texans vs. Colts match the O/U is set at 52.5. In an “over” bet, the contenders’ combined score must be 53 points or higher for your bet to win.
If you choose “under” and the teams’ combined score is 52 points or fewer, you win the bet.
Props are bets on specific milestones that may not necessarily be affected by a game’s final outcome. Examples of prop bets are the following:
- Will the Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders run more than 1,000 yards next season?
- Will Panthers Head Coach Matt Rhule wear a hoodie in the team’s first five games?
- Which team picks a running back in the NFL Draft first round?
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