Buccaneers vs. Panthers Point Spread: NFL Week 10 Odds, Prediction

Andrew Rogers | Updated Nov 12, 2020

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The Bucs are coming off a humiliating 38-3 loss to the rival Saints, but are favoured by just shy of an unconverted touchdown against a Panthers team that has lost four in a row.

Tampa Bay
11-5
AT
November 15, 2020, 1:00 PM ET
Bank of America Stadium
Carolina
5-11
Pointspread -6.5 -120
Moneyline -273
Over / Under o +50

71%

Betting Action

29%

Pointspread +6.5 +100
Moneyline +226
Over / Under u +50

71%

Betting Action

29%

How will Tom Brady respond from the worst loss of his professional career? That’s the question bettors are asking themselves as Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head to Bank of America Stadium for an NFC South showdown with Carolina.

NFL Week 10 Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Tampa Bay comes into this one as a comfortable fave as it looks to improve upon a 2-4 ATS record over its previous six games. And nearly two-thirds of Sports Interaction respondents are siding with the visitors, who prevailed 31-17 over the Panthers when these teams last met in Week 2 at Raymond James Stadium. But while Carolina has struggled to keep up its early season success, it’s still 5-2 ATS over its last seven games.

The total for this Week 10 encounter is sitting at 50.5, with Tampa Bay at 5-4 O/U for the season and Carolina at 4-4-1. Bettors are riding with the Over at a whopping 87-percent clip, despite the fact that the teams have converted the Under in six of their last nine head-to-head meetings. Carolina is an eye-opening 5-2 O/U in its last seven games against NFC South opponents, while Tampa Bay is 14-6 to the Over in its previous 20 contests overall.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Bucs earned a dominant win the first time around, but the final score betrayed how the game actually went. Tampa Bay was outgained by nearly 100 yards in that one, with the run game (122 yards on 22 carries) leading the way. With this one taking place on hostile soil, bettors might want to take a long look at the Under on Brady’s passing yard total; he had just 217 in that Week 2 victory, his third-lowest total of the season so far.

Carolina Panthers

The Panthers will once again have to deal with the absence of running back Christian McCaffrey, who returned last week from a high-ankle sprain, looked dominant, and will now sit out Week 10 with a shoulder injury. That puts the bulk of the backfield workload back on the shoulders of Mike Davis, who caught all eight of his targets for 74 yards in that Week 2 loss. Carolina will also need to be better with the football after committing four turnovers in defeat.

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