Betting On The Carolina Panthers To Win The Super Bowl

Carolina Panthers

Betting on the Carolina Panthers to win the Super Bowl was a much better situation when they were Super Bowl contenders. As they made it to the Super Bowl in 2015 and had a nice playoff run in 2017 as well, it has all been downhill since, as they parted ways with both Ron Rivera and Cam Newton.

Since then, they now have moved on to a new young quarterback in Sam Darnold who has shown some signs of explosiveness and has a nice young receiving core as well as arguably the top running back in the league in Christian McCaffrey to work with. However, being that this is still one of the younger teams in the league, they will likely have their struggles competing with the more experienced teams in their conference as well as the league as a whole.

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.

Panthers Playoff Record By Round

  • Overall: 9-8
  • Wild Card: 3-1
  • Divisional Round: 4-3
  • Conference Championship: 2-2
  • Super Bowl: 0-2

Carolina Panthers Playoff History

Playoff Appearances
1996, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Division Championships
1996, 2003, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015
Conference Championships
2003, 2015
Super Bowl Victories
Super Bowl Losses
2004 (XXXVIII), 2016 (50)
Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
Super Bowl Winning Coaches
Super Bowl MVPs
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What Are The Carolina Panthers Odds To Win The Super Bowl?

The Carolina Panthers have no Super Bowl wins to their name but have made it to the Super Bowl on two separate occasions which both ended with losses with one coming in 2004 and another in 2016. The Panthers have not made it back to the Super Bowl ever since as they have taken a drop. That said, NFL sportsbooks have the Carolina Panthers Super Bowl odds towards the bottom half.

What Are The Carolina Panthers Odds To Win The NFC Championship?

The Carolina Panthers have won just two NFC Championships in their franchise history, with the first one coming in 2003 and the other in 2015. They have, however, made the NFC Championship four times total. Despite this, the Panthers’ NFC Championship odds keep them alive as sportsbooks have them around the middle of the pack.

What are the Carolina Panthers Odds To Win The NFC South?

The NFC South has gotten tougher and tougher through the years which has been hard on the Panthers as their last division championship came back in 2015. However, their road to the division championship has gotten even tougher as they share the division with the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The NFC South odds for the Panthers are still quite long, though they have improved slightly since opening.

2021 Panthers Betting Odds

  • Super Bowl: +12500
  • NFC Championship: +5000
  • NFC South: +2200

Carolina Panthers ATS Betting History

  • 2020: 9-7
  • 2019: 6-9-1
  • 2018: 7-9
  • 2017: 10-7
  • 2016: 6-9-1

Carolina Panthers Over/Under Betting History

  • 2020: 7-9
  • 2019: 11-5
  • 2018: 8-8
  • 2017: 10-7
  • 2016: 7-8-1

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.

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Mobile Betting On The Carolina Panthers

Betting odds on the Carolina Panthers can be found just about anywhere including mobile online sportsbooks. Mobile NFL sportsbooks allow bettors to bet on the Carolina Panthers from just about anywhere and on any odds that are available on them such as player props, game props, futures odds and normal game lines. One thing to mention is that these mobile betting sites are available from anywhere including from inside the Panthers stadium; however, neither of the Harrah’s casinos will offer a mobile betting product to bet on the Panthers from your phone.

2021 Panthers Player Props

Super Bowl Betting PropsThe Carolina Panthers have some of the most explosive players in the league. With that, players such as Christian McCaffrey, Robby Anderson, DJ Moore and new quarterback, Sam Darnold, Carolina Panthers bettors have plenty of player props to choose from all throughout the regular-season, playoffs and even the Super Bowl. Bettors will be able to find totals on for rushing yards, receiving yards and passing yards.


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.