What Are Some Good Bets for the Carolina Panthers vs. Tampa Bucs Game Week 6 2019

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:

As of Saturday, the line on the Carolina Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Bucs game had Carolina as a -2 to -2.5 favorite.  The total was coming in at 47 to 47.5.  Gambling911.com takes a look at some potentially good bets for this game.  Simply provide your name, text number and email to open an online account in under 30 seconds and qualify for up to $1000 in free bonus money.

*100% signup bonus all deposits up to $1000
*Only your name and text number needed to open an account

*Credit cards, gift cards, bitcoin, bank wires all accepted
*Fastest payouts
*Accessible most states (prohibited in NJ)
*Build your own sportsbook option

Line Movement, Action, Opinion

Books were reporting mostly even action on the spread and moneyline as well as the total for this game so there should not be much in the way of any exposure for the house.  Likewise Gambling911.com does not anticipate any dramatic shifts in the line. 

Carolina opened at -1.5 and that number has moved up a full point on the spread, an indication that early action (and potentially sharp money) was on the Panthers.

Head to Head Trends

The underdog is 6-1 in this series over the last seven games, a trend that certainly favors Tampa Bay.  The Bucs have won the last two in this series.

Team Outlooks

Carolina stands out the most here having gone 3-2 so far this season, but looking to win their 4th straight game.

The Panthers come into this game a top value paying $350 to $400 for every $100 bet to win the NFC South.

The Bucs keep alternating wins and losses this season.  They do have value in the NFC South with the potential to pay out $750 on a $100 bet.

Stat to Know

From ESPN.com: "The Panthers' defense allows just 5.95 yards per pass attempt, third fewest in the NFL, and a 42.3 QBR (fifth lowest). But it has been susceptible against the run, allowing 4.87 yards per rush, the seventh most among all teams. And the Buccaneers pass on just 60.2% of plays, the 20th-highest rate in the league."

Hot Fantasy Picks

From Sporting News: “Going away from Christian McCaffrey in a single-game contest is tough, and I couldn't bring myself to do it. He had his worst game of the season against Tampa Bay, but Cam Newton was also useless that night, and I expect McCaffrey's great form to continue across the pond. If you don't believe as much in CMC and pivot off him in the captain's slot, I'd suggest getting both starting QBs into your lineup, as I expect a lot of points in this one.”

From ESPN.com: "Bucs receiver Chris Godwin has finished three weeks as a top-10 receiver this season, while teammate Mike Evans has finished outside of the top 45 on three occasions."

Zach Brunner - FantasyPros - “Christian McCaffrey has done just about all he can in the States this season, so he is headed to London to show those Brits how the best RB in the game plays this season. I expect him to be relatively contained as a runner, but he should find plenty of room in the passing game.”

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

Sports Handicapping News

Is Bovada Legal to Bet on From Texas?

It is legal to bet on the Bovada website from Texas but Gambling911.com recommends BetUS for its generous welcome bonus and incredible buddy referral program.

Is PrizePicks Legal in Missouri?

PrizePicks is not available to those residents of the Show Me State, but placing real money bets can be done anonymously via our friends at BetAdrian.com.  No social security number required - 18 and up welcome.  Winnings not reported.