Panthers vs. Bucs: Prediction and best bets for Week 10

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6-3. 48. Sunday, Nov 15. 3-6. 87. Buccaneers -5.5. 1 PM ET. FOX

Can the Carolina Panthers break their four-game losing run vs. the Bucs?

Is this going to be the game where the Carolina Panthers claim a notable scalp? After so many near misses against high-class opposition in recent weeks, some would say they’re probably due providing the team continues to improve and play well.

The Buccaneers represents a stern test who comes into the game with a point to prove. A devastating loss at home to the Saints on Sunday Night Football has left some questions surrounding their ability to make a deep postseason run despite possessing so many quality players and quarterback Tom Brady will be chomping at the bit to put things right against the Carolina Panthers in Week 10.

Carolina is a different team from that which was beaten 31-17 by the Bucs in their second game of the season. Matt Rhule’s men have gone toe-to-toe with some legitimate Super Bowl contenders in recent weeks. But their lack of ability to come through down the stretch is hurting the team in the most critical of moments.

Although the Panthers find themselves at 3-6, it is hardly the time to press the panic button just yet. This year is one of transition and there have been more encouraging signs than concerns with a new-look roster that is developing nicely outside of some obvious concerns.

We took a look at what to expect, how to watch, best bets, and a score prediction for the Panthers’ Week 10 contest.

Carolina Panthers vs. Buccaneers: How to watch

Anyone wishing to watch the game at Bank of America Stadium can do so on fuboTV’s streaming service, which can be accessed at this link.

The NFC South divisional matchup is also being shown on FOX, with highlights as they happen on NFL Red Zone.