Games are Trivial Because of Thursday Night Football and we Are treated to an NFC South doozy between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers.
Bettors looking for an angle or trend will be curious to learn that the Panthers haven’t fared well at home when on a week as they’re 1-4 SU and 0-4-1 ATS in their last five games on??Thursday.
In actuality, the Panthers have played nine games all time on??TNF and are an SU and 1-7-1 ATS. Not great when they’re now 7-point favorites with??Odds Shark tracking??64 percent of their money now on Carolina for this matchup.
Fading as one squad has a winning record within a Brief week, the NFC South when those teams play on Thursday should be in each bettor’s pattern:
That the Falcons are a spread bet when featured Thursdays at 7-4 ATS Since you can see. Another record that popped out to me from the dining desk is that the New Orleans Saints’ O/U album together with all the OVER only hitting 18.2 percent of their time in 12 games.
That totals record is largely due to the totals that are regular in domes at New Orleans and Atlanta and with the game coming to a short week, the offenses are generally messed up by it.
The simple fact remains that they have owned the Buccaneers since Cam Newton came into Carolina while it’s easy for me to compose the Panthers due to their TNF album. With wins in five of their six matches at Bank of America Stadium, Carolina has been 11-5 SU and 10-6 ATS vs Tampa Bay, since 2011.
The Panthers are all 9-3 SU and 8-4 ATS versus the Buccaneers if you isolate this tendency to only because the 2013 season.
If you take away the matchup particulars and only look at the Panthers do in your home from any opponent, they’re an SU and 10-2-1 ATS because 2011. Worth noting that three of those games were vs Tampa Bay, and Carolina won and covered every moment.
Another glaring fad that Odds Shark has tracked is it has turned into a train wreck, to say the least and the Buccaneers have done on Thursday Night Football. Tampa Bay is currently 1-5 SU and ATS in six games on a Thursday, with their only win coming back in 2012 vs the Vikings. What is also??troubling is all but one of the losses caused by double digits.
Take a look at the??Buccaneers-Panthers??Game Center to secure more betting insights for Thursday Night Football.