NFL Pro Football 2016 Carolina Panthers Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2015 Carolina Panthers had the best regular season record in the NFL with a 15-1 mark. They were NFC South champions and earned playoff victories at home to the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals. They battled the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl and could not block for Cam Newton as they fell 24-10.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Carolina Panthers lined at 10 ½ wins with over favored at -130 odds with under returning +100 odds.

Carolina was the top scoring team in the NFL last year by averaging 31.2 points per game. The Panthers behind quarterback Cam Newton was the second best rushing team in the league by running for 142 yards per game. Newton showed no fear of taking of opposing defenses by running between the tackles which is something that is rarely seen in this league. He is a big man sitting 6 foot 5 inches tall and 245 yards. Cam has been very reliable in his five years in the league missing just two games. His passer rating was 99.4 which was a career best. Accuracy is something that needs to be improved as Newton hit on 59.8% of his throws but his third down runs to extend drives were very valuable to the team. He finished with 636 rushing yards with ten touchdowns on the ground and 4.8 yards per carry. The Panthers offense was missing a critical piece that didn’t hurt them until the Super Bowl. Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin a big 6 foot 5 inch target was forced to miss the entire season due to injury suffered in camp. In his rookie campaign Benjamin caught 73 balls for 1008 yards and nine touchdowns. The Panthers were sixth in total and scoring defense and will be missing a key component in the secondary as Josh Norman signed with the Redskins in free agency. Fortunately the team has depth in that area and could overcome his exit from the team. Tight end Greg Olsen was the favorite target of Newton in the passing game last year as the veteran caught 77 balls for a career high 1104 yards receiving. Olsen had seven touchdowns.

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