Kansas City Chiefs versus Carolina Panthers NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Sunday Night Football from the NFL preseason week two will feature two playoff teams from a season ago as the Kansas City Chiefs will face the Carolina Panthers. Things begin from Carolina on August 17th at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX TV this Sunday night provides the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Carolina Panthers the -3 point betting favorite with the over under line set at 40 ½ points. Those who bet the Carolina Panthers on the money line will lay -160 odds with the take back on the road underdog Kansas City Chiefs at +140 odds with a money line bet.

This week two exhibition game will mark the debut in the 2014 preseason of Carolina starting quarterback Cam Newton. The Panthers signal caller underwent surgery in the offseason for an ankle injury sustained last year. The plan by head coach Ron Rivera is to give Newton the first quarter. The concern for the club is that Cam has expressed to the media that he is not quite sure that he is fully recovered from his surgery. There are three backup quarterbacks on the Panthers roster. The incumbent backup behind Newton is the veteran signal caller Derek Anderson who has bounced around the league. This is his fourth season backing up Cam under center. Joe Webb has spent time in the Vikings organization with four career starts including a playoff game start. Webb is the scrambling type that has battled accuracy issues. Matt Blanchard is entering his fourth training camp and a longshot to make the team. Alex Smith returns for his second season with KC. The backup job is very competitive for the Chiefs this summer. Chase Daniel enters his six training camp in the NFL and it will be his second camp with the Chiefs. He made one start with Kansas City last year in a meaningless week seventeen game at San Diego where he completed 70% of his throws for 200 yards with a touchdown and no picks. Two former SEC quarterbacks Tyler Bray and Aaron Murray competing for a roster spot.

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