Carolina Panthers vs. Cincinnati Bengals November 6 Prop Betting Preview

Carolina Panthers vs. Cincinnati Bengals November 6 Prop Betting Preview

Cole Paganelli
1 year ago
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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow walks off the field after game vs. Browns

The Cincinnati Bengals will take on the Carolina Panthers in Week 9 on Sunday at 1 p.m in Cincinnati at Paycor Stadium. Both teams are coming off of a loss on a one-game losing streak. The Bengals fell 32-13 to the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football to drop to 0-3 in the division on the year.

The Panthers lost a heartbreaker in overtime to the Atlanta Falcons by a score of 37-34. They, however, are 2-1 in their division with their two wins of the season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints. That does not hide the fact that they sit in last place in the NFC South with a 2-6 record overall.

The Bengals are an even 4-4 on the season overall but have struggled to get needed divisional wins. They sit in second place in the division: one game behind the Baltimore Ravens and one game ahead of the Cleveland Browns.

Let’s look ahead at the best prop bets for this matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and Carolina Panthers.

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Best Prop Bets

Cincinnati Bengals Total Touchdowns Over 2.5 (-154)

Joe Burrow and the Bengals can’t be feeling good after getting destroyed by their in-state rival last week. I expect them to come out guns blazing to avenge that loss and make sure that this game is a win. In doing so, I think this team will score with ease against a defense that gives up 2.5 touchdowns per game which ranks 19th in the NFL.

The Carolina defense gives up 23.3 points per game and 358.6 yards per game which both ranks them at 21st in the NFL. Even without Ja’Marr Chase, Burrow should be able to utilize his other offensive weapons to score at least three touchdowns in this game.

Time Of First Score Under 7 Minutes Elapsed (-132)

This prop bet goes along with my first one because I don’t think Cincinnati will mess around in this game in front of their home crowd. If the Panthers get the ball first, there is a less likely chance for this to happen, but if Cincinnati receives the kick in the first half, we could have two drives for this bet to hit.

There is always a chance that the Panthers score first, as well, which makes me like this bet even more. Even if I am wrong about the Bengals starting off strong, I can still win this one with Carolina driving down the field on their first drive.

Defensive Or Special Teams TD Scored - Yes (+207)

This prop bet is the most ambitious one of the three, and rightfully so, with the odds that is shown for this bet. PJ Walker will be the starter for the Panthers. He had a 52.8% passer rating with one touchdown and one interception in the loss last Sunday. He is inexperienced with the potential to make a major mistake which could pay off big time with this prop bet.

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