The Carolina Panthers visit the Cincinnati Bengals at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, Nov. 6. Primary markets for the game show the Bengals as spread favorites and on the moneyline. Panthers Bengals odds feature a total set at .
In this article, we break down everything you need to know before placing a bet on the game, including team matchups, key metrics, weather and the best available NFL Week 9 odds. Click on the odds anywhere in this post to bet now.
Panthers At Bengals Odds: Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under
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Panthers At Bengals Betting News & Angles
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Bengals Vs. Panthers Injury Report
Panthers Offense Vs. Bengals Defense
|Panthers Offense||Stats (Rank)||Bengals Defense|
|19.8 (22)||Points/Gm||20.5 (13)|
|0.354 (17)||Points/Play||0.327 (14)|
|297.6 (29)||Yards/Gm||336 (14)|
|187.1 (28)||Pass Yards/Gm||210.4 (15)|
|110.5 (19)||Rush Yards/Gm||125.6 (21)|
|5.3 (19)||Yards/Play||5.4 (10)|
|6.3 (22)||Yards/Pass||6.4 (10)|
|4.7 (12)||Yards/Rush||4.4 (16)|
|26.8% (32)||3rd Down %||39.42% (11)|
|47.37% (28)||Red Zone %||48.73% (5)|
|1.1 (10)||Turnovers/Game||1.3 (15)|
|8.11 (26)||Sack Rate||5.07 (24)|
Bengals Offense Vs. Panthers Defense
|Bengals Offense||Stats (Rank)||Panthers Defense|
|23.3 (13)||Points/Gm||23.3 (21)|
|0.358 (16)||Points/Play||0.348 (16)|
|349 (13)||Yards/Gm||358.6 (21)|
|268 (6)||Pass Yards/Gm||232 (20)|
|81 (30)||Rush Yards/Gm||126.6 (23)|
|5.4 (18)||Yards/Play||5.4 (11)|
|7 (11)||Yards/Pass||6.6 (13)|
|3.5 (30)||Yards/Rush||4.2 (10)|
|48.54% (3)||3rd Down %||41.07% (18)|
|65.22% (7)||Red Zone %||50% (8)|
|1.3 (14)||Turnovers/Game||1 (24)|
|8.93 (28)||Sack Rate||4.1 (30)|
Panthers At Bengals Betting Insights
Why The Panthers Can Cover The Spread
Any discussion of the Panthers covering the spread begins with PJ Walker. After an awful start to his career, Walker has stepped it up the past two games. He’s posted a gaudy 8.52 YPA in that time with 3 TDs and 1 INT. And it hasn’t come in any sort of garbage time, with the Panthers logging a win and a narrow loss. If Walker can keep that type of play up, then the Panthers will be a threat to cover on a weekly basis. And the running game has looked powerful in that time as well, great news facing a Bengals defense that just got hammered by the Browns on the ground.
Why The Bengals Can Cover The Spread
Even with Ja’Marr Chase out, one could see the danger presented by the Bengals receivers with Tyler Boyd and Tee Higgins both finding the end zone on Monday Night Football. The bellwether for Cincy has always been protecting Joe Burrow. When they do so, he can look downfield and do damage. When they don’t — he took five sacks on Monday — you’ll see too many dumpoffs like the seven he sent Joe Mixon’s way. Luckily, the Panthers have an atrocious sack rate and rank below the fold in pressure rate despite being frequent blitzers. This looks like a great matchup at home for the Bengals to rebound.
Reasons To Bet The Over
The play of the two quarterbacks and the aggression level shown by Bengals coach Zac Taylor in particular figures to drive the result on the total. If either team falls into a negative game script, but the QBs avoid sacks, this will fly over as the Bengals/Browns game did with the Bengals trying a futile comeback attempt that nonetheless saw them score late TDs.
Reasons To Bet The Under
PJ Walker coming back to earth in a tough matchup on the road. If Walker turns back into a pumpkin and plays like the guy who couldn’t get a first down against the Rams, the Bengals could go up big and start handing to Mixon. That hasn’t been a recipe for adding to leads, given Mixon’s pitiful 3.3 YPA.
Panthers At Bengals Matchups To Watch For
Panthers WRs Vs. Bengals CBs
What looked like a pretty solid Bengals secondary suddenly has a lot of questions thanks to injuries. Eli Apple is banged up and may or may not go. Chidobe Awuzie, whose career season helped power the team’s Super Bowl run, is definitely done for the year after tearing his ACL. Rookie second-rounder Cam Taylor-Britt has been pressed into duty and gotten his butt kicked repeatedly. The Panthers don’t have the most imposing WR corps but DJ Moore has shown life since PJ Walker took the reins of the offense. Covering him will be paramount.
Bengals OL Vs. Panthers Pass Rush
Can the Panthers find a way to pressure Joe Burrow? It certainly doesn’t look promising given the anemic pressure numbers quoted above. But, every pass rush has the wind at its back against a Cincy pass pro unit that PFF ranks 26th. Look to this matchup early and potentially use it to determine a live betting path. If the Panthers are winning up front, the game should stay competitive.
Panthers OL Vs. Bengals Run D
The Bengals had a fairly stout run defense last year but have been gashed at times in 2022. The Browns completely steamrolled them for 172 yards rushing. Granted, the Browns present a unique challenge for opposing run defenses given their tremendous combo of OL and RBs. But, the Panthers have been no slouches on the ground lately, and D’Onta Foreman took his opportunity to lead the backfield and literally ran with it to the tune of 118 yards and 3 TDs. Again, the run game has likely been a big part of Walker’s surge, taking the pressure off him.
The Panthers are a difficult team to get a read on, given how awful they have been for a majority of the season. In fact, many of TheLines staff had them 32nd in the power rankings just a few weeks ago. Suddenly, they look like a run-of-the-mill bad team or even a reasonably competitive one, but it’s hard to believe in PJ Walker given his XFL pedigree and atrocious numbers before the shocking upset of the Buccaneers. He faces what should be a stiff test here on the road against the Bengals, but Cincy is missing several key passing game pieces on both sides of the ball. They just didn’t look the same without Ja’Marr Chase in the Cleveland drubbing, and now the secondary has been hit as well. A Bengals teaser makes some sense given the line and the low total.
Best of luck betting on Panthers Bengals odds.