Betting On The Carolina Panthers To Win The Super Bowl
The Carolina Panthers Super Bowl odds are here and bettors are getting ready for the post Ron Rivera era. The Panthers are expected to make big changes moving forward and had some promising looks under Teddy Bridgewater. Whatever changes they plan to make, it is sure to affect Super Bowl betting odds of the Carolina Panthers. Current oddsmakers have Carolina at longshots to win the Super Bowl but maybe another season of decent play can make the sportsbooks put some more faith in them.
Regardless of their status, fans want to support their team and the Carolina Panthers betting options are all over the place. With sports betting legal in North Carolina, there are a few land-based locations to bet on the big game, but they only accept those who are physically at the tribal casino. For those looking to make a quick bet, or even be a long-term Panthers betting follower, then using an online sportsbook is probably the best way to bet on the Panthers' futures odds. Whatever you decide to do, check out a bit of the Panthers' playoff history, and more. We keep all of the NFL odds updated here, so you can find the easiest ways to bet on the Panthers.
Carolina Panthers Playoff History
|1996, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017|
|1996, 2003, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015|
|Super Bowl Victories||
|Super Bowl Losses||
|2004 (XXXVIII), 2016 (50)|
|Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks||
|Super Bowl Winning Coaches||
|Super Bowl MVPs||
Carolina Panthers Betting Trends In 2021
- Over their last 11 home games, Carolina is 2-8-1 ATS.
- In their last seven games Vs. NFC South teams, Carolina has gone 2-5 ATS.
- The over has hit in 18 of the last 26 games the Panthers played when playing a winning record team.
Betting On The Carolina Panthers In North Carolina
Panthers fans have the ability to be on the Panthers right from their home state at any of the two land-based sports that are there. There are two Harrah’s sportsbook locations in North Carolina which include one in Cherokee and one in Murphy. For those Panthers bettors looking to enjoy the games from the comfort of their own home, no worries as there are online sports betting options such as BetOnline, that offer the same NFL betting odds that one of the land-based sportsbooks offer.
- Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort: Cherokee, NC
- Harrah's Cherokee Valley River: Murphy, NC
What Are The Carolina Panthers Odds To Win The Super Bowl?
The Carolina Panthers are a little off from being one of the favorites to win the 2022 Super Bowl. After having a middling season, the Panthers' odds to win the Super Bowl odds are listed down at the bottom opening at +10000 - +25000 depending on the sportsbook. They were able to make some noise to start off the 2020 season so maybe their odds will shorten if they have a similar productive start.
The Panthers' odds to win the NFC Championship are sitting in the lower half of the NFC Championship odds boards. Opening at +5000 odds before last season, Carolina needs to show some major changes before the odds will jump shorter. Betting on this longshot would be an amazing payout, but the chances the Panthers win the NFC are very low.
The Panthers are in a tough situation when it comes to their NFC South odds. They are currently sitting with the longest odds in the division right there with the Falcons. It does not help that they share the division with two of the NFL's powerhouses in the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are sitting with near similar odds to win the division this season.
A team like the Carolina Panthers is where the NFL Draft becomes an important part of their rebuild. If you are looking to bet on the Panthers draft odds, you can find different prop bets and betting lines that ask you not only who the Panthers will draft but if they will take an offensive/defensive player first and more. Join an online sportsbook to see the best NFL Draft odds.
2021 Panthers Player Props
The Carolina Panthers are looking to turn things around in the 2021 season. They’ve brought in Teddy Bridgewater to pair with Christian McCaffrey, who is coming off his injury. With talented receivers on their roster, the Panthers' player props in 2021 will circle around their skill positions. Defensive props can also be found at some sportsbooks but once the Panthers' Super Bowl odds become more favorable, they won't see the action like the playoff teams have.
Carolina Panthers Playoff History
The Carolina Panthers are one of the newer teams in the NFL as they joined the league 27 years ago in 1993. In their existence, they have seen 8 different playoff appearances that includes 6 division championships, 2 conference championships and no Super Bowl wins. They do, however, have 2 Super Bowl appearances.
Panthers Playoff Appearances
In their 27 years of an established NFL team, the Panthers have seen 8 total playoff berths. Their first playoff appearance came in 1996 under Dom Capers in which that was the only playoffs he led them to. They saw 3 more playoff appearances in the John Fox era in 2003, 2005 and 2008. The Ron Rivera era saw the most playoff appearances as they saw 4 more playoff appearances from 2013-2015 and 2017.
Panthers Division Championships
Of the Panthers 8 playoff appearances, they have seen a very efficient 6 division championships. Their first division championship came in 1996 during their first playoff run with Dom Capers as the coach. John Fox led them to two more division championships out of their three playoff appearances in 2003 and 2008. The Ron Rivera era did not disappoint at all as they won three straight division championships from 2013-2015.
Panthers Conference Championships
The Panthers were not very efficient in turning their playoff appearances into conference championships as they have won just 2 conference championships. John Fox led them to their first one in 2003 where they faced off against the Philadelphia Eagles and defeated them with a final score of 14-3. They were seen as the underdogs going into the game as they were 4-point underdogs and clearly defeated the odds.
Their second conference championship came against the Arizona Cardinals where they defeated them with a final score of 49-15. The Panthers had no problem covering the spread as they were 3-point favorites.
Panthers Super Bowl Victories
he Panthers have been to 2 Super Bowls in their existence and have not won any of them. Their first Super Bowl appearance came back in 2004 where they were taken down by the New England Patriots with a final score of 32-29. The Patriots were seen as 7-point favorites going into the game and they did not cover as the Panthers pulled off the upset as they covered by 3-points.
Their second and most recent Super Bowl appearance came in 2016 for the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl. They took on the Denver Broncos and lost with a final score of 24-10 after being seen as 5-point favorites heading into the game. Their quarterback at the time was Cam Newton who threw the ball for just 265 yards and no touchdown.