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November 23, 2021

Tampa Bay vs Carolina Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting

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Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers add to their multiple Super Bowl wins this year, or will the Carolina Panthers hoist their first Lombardi Trophy? Who’s your pick after reading the next Tampa Bay-Carolina spread?

Since 2002, the Bucs and Panthers have been NFC South rivals, playing twice each regular season. Making NFL picks on Panthers-Buccaneers betting odds may seem tough for newbie NFL bettors. Learning the fundamentals of pro football wagering makes it easier to place the best bets.

Are you searching for a convenient and flexible online sportsbook for making NFL bets? At SportsBetting.com, we have you covered. 

We give you information to help you understand game stats from the last Panthers-Bucs game, recent betting trends from Bucs-Panthers odds, and all-time series information. You can read through our quick guide on betting on NFL games and the Panthers-Bucs line. 

Buccaneers vs. Panthers: Past Game Stats 

Week 10 (2020)

Moneyline: TB -250, CAR +210 

Point Spread: TB -7, CAR +7 

Over/Under: 50.5

Result: Tampa Bay defeated Carolina 46-23, so the Bucs covered the spread. The combined total score was 69, so the game went over. 

The Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

The Panthers had a 3-6 overall record and a 1-3 home record. Meanwhile, the Buccaneers had a 6-3 overall record and a 3-2 road record.

The Buccaneers won the Week 2 matchup 31-17 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. 

Carolina lost a close game to the Kansas City Chiefs 33-31 the previous week. This was the Panthers’ fourth consecutive loss. 

QB Teddy Bridgewater led the Panthers’ offense. RB Christian McCaffrey scored one rushing TD. He also made 10 catches for 82 yards and one TD.

As reported on some NFL podcasts, in the Week 2 matchup, WR Mike Davis caught eight passes for 74 yards. Davis ranked second among NFL running backs with 43 catches.     

Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson, meanwhile, had nine catches for 63 yards last week. In the Week 2 game, he had nine completions for 109 yards. 

WR Curtis Samuel set career highs last week, including receiving yards (105) and catches (nine). He also scored a touchdown in three straight games.  

Buccaneers vs. Panthers: Past Betting Trends 

The Panthers lost three of the past four games versus the Buccaneers. 

Meanwhile, the Buccaneers had no home losses as Super Bowl contenders, but the New Orleans Saints demolished them 38-3 last week. The Bucs only had five rushing attempts, which was an NFL record for a game.

The loss ended the Bucs’ three-game winning streak and was the biggest defeat in Tom Brady’s career. 

In the game, the Bucs’ turnover included the former Patriots QB’s three interceptions. He was also sacked three times. The Bucs signed Tom Brady during the offseason through free agency.  

Bucs running backs Leonard Fournette and Ronald Jones had three total TDs in Week 2. 

Meanwhile, Tampa Bay WR Mike Evans racked up 104 yards and one TD in that game. WR Chris Godwin has had 100-plus yards in his last three games versus the Panthers.

The Buccaneers’ wideout Antonio Brown had 31 yards on three passes in NFL Week 9. Linebacker Devin White made 15 tackles (career-high) in the Week 2 game versus Carolina.

Buccaneers vs. Panthers: All-Time Series Facts 

As of September 2021, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers have played each other 41 times. The Panthers won 24 games, and the Bucs won 17 games.

Buccaneers vs. Panthers: How to Bet

Point Spread: The bet’s results are based on the number of points by which a team wins or loses. A minus sign (-) indicates the favorite, and a plus sign (+) indicates the underdog.

Point spread betting is also popular in other pro leagues and events like the NBA finals, MLB, and NHL. 

At SportsBetting.com, you can find point spread odds of winning for NFL teams like Tampa Bay and Carolina. 

Moneyline: This straight-up (SU) bet requires bettors to pick the NFL game’s winning team.

Live Betting: Bettors can place bets after the opening kickoff of an NFL game.

Prop Bets: A proposition bet is a side bet on a specific event or individual player in the football game. 

Total: This bet is also known as the over/under. You must pick “over” or “under” the projected combined or total score of the two teams. 

Parlay: This bet includes multiple parts known as “legs.” You must win each leg to win the parlay bet.

You can make numerous types of bets on Bucs-Panthers games, which you can also use when betting on other NFL teams:

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