NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Thursday September 12, 2019

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The NFL Week 2 action features a single game over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors on Thursday night September 12th. The Carolina Panthers host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 8:20PM Eastern Time and NFL Network has 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 has the home side Carolina Panthers favored by -7 points with the total lined at 49 ½ points.

Carolina has won three of their past four head to head meetings. Carolina opened the season hosting the LA Rams last week and fell 30-27. Cam Newton hit on 25 of 38 for 238 yards with an interception. Newton coming off shoulder surgery did not throw the deep ball very much in this game. Panthers running back Christian McCaffery played in every snap on offense last week. He rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns leading the team in rushing. The former Stanford running back also led the team in pass receptions with 10 catches for 81 yards. Cam Newton had three rushes for -2 yards and Armah had one carry for a yard and touchdown. Panthers defense had their issues in rush defense surrendering 166 yards on the ground. A positive for Carolina was their red zone execution with a perfect 3 of 3.

Tampa Bay is 0-1 with the 31-17 loss at home to the San Francisco 49ers as a -1 point favorite. It was a difficult game for quarterback Jameis Winston who went 20 of 36 for 194 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions. 49ers returned two interceptions for touchdowns. Tampa Bay finished with four turnovers and converted only 1 of 4 inside the red zone. Tampa Bay defense showed some improvement holding the 49ers to 256 yards and 0 of 3 conversions inside the red zone. Bucs also limited San Francisco to only 98 rushing yards on 32 carries. It marked the debut for former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians who is trying to improve the performance from his quarterback. Tampa Bay did get production from their run game with 121 yards.

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