Carolina Panthers Game Saturday: Panthers vs Ravens prediction, odds, spread, line, over/under & betting info for NFL preseason Week 2 game
The Carolina Panthers take the field at Bank of America Stadium on Saturday night for their second preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens. This will be another chance for fans to get a good look at individuals who could end up playing a leading role for the organization this season, with many places still up for grabs as the final cut deadline looms large.
This contest comes after two days of physical practice between the two teams. However, unlike last week head coach Matt Rhule is keen for his starters to get involved for a short period in the first quarter.
Of course, this is subject to change. But the Panthers could be seeing new quarterback Sam Darnold take meaningful snaps on an NFL field for the first time since his bombshell trade from the New York Jets.
There were some encouraging things to take from Carolina’s first warmup game at the Indianapolis Colts. But some familiar problems reared their head late on as the team fell to a last-gasp defeat.
Carolina Panthers vs. Baltimore Ravens odds for Preseason Week 2.
Looking to Saturday’s preseason Week 2 matchup, the Ravens are currently favored to triumph by three points over the Panthers according to the latest odds from WynnBET.
Anyone wishing to bet a straight-up winner or loser for the game on Carolina’s new FieldTurf surface can get the Panthers at +145 (bet $100 to win $145) on WynnBET, with the Ravens sitting at -170 (bet $170 to win $100).
WynnBET is also expected a high-scoring game considering it’s the preseason. The over-under for the game currently stands at 35.5, which can be bet at -110 (bet $110 to win $100) either way.
Carolina Panthers injury report vs. Baltimore Ravens for Preseason Week 2.
There were plenty of knocks for the Panthers following their joint practices with the Ravens. It remains to be seen whether the likes of D.J. Moore, Brian Burns, and Denzel Perryman will suit up, with Keith Kirkwood’s status also in doubt despite returning for Thursday’s session after passing the concussion protocol.
One definite absentee is Marquis Haynes. The rotational edge rusher was seen in a sling this week with an injury that is expected to sideline him for a couple of weeks.
Carolina Panthers vs. Baltimore Ravens Prediction for Preseason Week 2.
Much will depend on how many Panthers starters turn out in this one and for how long. Baltimore is missing a ton of experienced talent and it doesn’t appear likely that stud tight end Mark Andrews will play after he was taken to hospital on Thursday with dehydration in the stifling heat of Spartanburg.
That being said, Carolina at +145 is the call we’re making. They are on home soil, produced some encouraging moments during their first preseason outing, and could take advantage of some injury problems on the Ravens in front of the home fans at Bank of America Stadium.
In terms of the over/under, one can make an argument for -35.5 considering it’s the preseason and things are still being worked out with both sets of teams.
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Carolina Panthers next game and schedule.
After the Panthers conclude Saturday’s game against the Ravens, they finish off their preseason schedule with a home clash against the Pittsburgh Steelers next Friday at 7.30 p.m EST.
This is the last chance Rhule and his staff get to see their current options in action before final cuts and their eagerly anticipated Week 1 game versus the New York Jets on September 12.
What channel is the Carolina Panthers preseason game on this week?
Those able to access local affiliate networks have plenty of options available to view the game. It will also be shown on the Panthers TV Network for those outside the region.
Carolina Panthers vs. Baltimore Ravens live stream.
For those that are looking for streaming options, FuboTV is an option and they are currently offering a free seven-day trial for new users.