Panthers vs. Lions: Prediction, best bets and what to expect

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Can the Carolina Panthers get back to winning ways in Week 11?

This is a crucial game for the Carolina Panthers, who are aiming to end a five-game losing streak when they host the Detroit Lions in Week 11. There is plenty of uncertainty on both sides due to various injuries to key personnel, so it might just come down to which rotational players step up and become an influence throughout the contest.

If the Carolina Panthers were to lose another game at Bank of America Stadium, it might leave some sections of the team’s fanbase looking to press the panic button. That might be a little premature when one considers just where the organization is in their current rebuild, but it would leave even more questions before they travel to the red-hot Minnesota Vikings in Week 12.

In truth, they won’t get a better chance of returning to winning ways. The Lions have been largely inconsistent this season and although they come into the game on the back of success over the Washington Football Team, it almost saw them blow a big lead before eventually emerging victorious.

It will be another fascinating game to watch between two sides who do have lots of talent, even though it’s been difficult getting wins on the board in 2020. Here is what we can expect from the game, best bets, a score prediction, and how to watch.

Carolina Panthers vs. Lions: 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.