Panthers Super Bowl 58 Odds: November 29, 2023
The Panthers Super Bowl odds are +100000, per DraftKings Sportsbook Carolina. Their +50000 odds translate to a 0.2% chance to win Super Bowl 58, the tied for the lowest implied probability among 32 NFL teams.
|🏈 Panthers Odds to Win SB LVIII||+100000|
|🏈 Odds to Win NFC Champ. Game||+100000|
|🏈 Odds to Win NFC South||+100000|
|🏈 Odds to Make Playoffs||+2500|
|🏈 Odds to Miss Playoffs||-20000|
|✅ Last Verified:||November 29, 2023|
At this point, it'll take the Panthers to make NFL history in order to make the NFC playoff field.
Panthers Super Bowl Odds vs. NFC South
Among NFC South teams, the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons have the shortest odds to win the Super Bowl at +12000. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not too far behind at +20000. Last are the Carolina Panthers with odds installed at +100000, the longest in the league.
The odds of an NFC South Super Bowl champion are the longest in the league at +2000.
Carolina Panthers Super Bowl Odds Week-by-Week
Following Week 12, the Carolina Panthers odds to win Super Bowl LVIII are at +100000 on DraftKings Sportsbook.
We'll continue to track the Panthers Super Bowl 58 odds weekly following each game during the season, so be sure to bookmark this page so you can track along with us!
Carolina Panthers Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
The shortest Super Bowl odds the Panthers have seen in the last five years came before 2019-2020 NFL season, when the team was at +5000. Here's a look at the Panthers' preseason odds from past years:
Latest Updates Impacting Panthers Odds to Win SB LVIII
The Carolina Panthers have made plenty of splashy moves with big implications on their odds to win Super Bowl 58. Here's a look at some of the biggest Panthers news items:
- 📆 Nov. 27: The Panthers fire head coach Frank Reich after a 1-10 record through Week 12.
- 📆 Nov. 22: Safety Jeremy Chinn is designated to return from injured reserve, giving the Panthers 21 days to activate him.
- 📆 Nov. 15: Head coach Frank Reich relieves offensive coordinator Thomas Brown from playcalling duties and assumes them himself.
- 📆 Nov. 4: Starting EDGE rusher Justin Houston is placed on injured reserve.
- 📆 Oct. 29: The Panthers get their first win of the 2023 season.
- 📆 Oct. 16: The Panthers announce that offensive coordinator Thomas Brown will be calling the offensive plays from this point forward, relieving head coach Frank Reich of the duties.
- 📅 April 27: The Panthers draft QB Bryce Young with the first overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
- 📅 March 16: The Panthers sign former Eagles RB Miles Sanders to a 3-year contract worth up to $25 million including incentives.
- 📅 March 10: The Panthers send the 2023 No. 9 overall pick and No. 61 overall pick, a 2024 first-round pick, a 2025 second-round pick, and WR DJ Moore to acquire the No. 1 overall pick from the Bears via trade.
Be sure to bookmark this page, as we'll continue to update with Panthers news relative to their odds to win Super Bowl LVIII.
Carolina Panthers Schedule and Betting Lines
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Even holding the sixth-easiest strength of schedule by way of their opponents .432 win percentage last season, the Carolina Panthers have a massive uphill battle toward the postseason.
Following the bye week, the Panthers finally earned their first victory of the season. While the first six games proved to be the toughest stretch of the season for the Panthers, the post-bye run of games could end up being the easiest stretch of the season. ESPN BET North Carolina has the Panthers as 6-point underdogs vs. the Bucs in Week 13.
Key Contributors Toward Panthers Super Bowl Odds
The Carolina Panthers will depend heavily on rookie QB Bryce Young moving forward. Bryce Young's odds to win Offensive Rookie of the Year currently sit at +20000, tied for the 13th-shortest odds.
At 1-10, Young will need increased contributions from his supporting cast of RB Chuba Hubbard, along with WR Adam Thielen, as well as TE Tommy Tremble. This is especially true now that head coach Frank Reich is no longer at the helm.
On the defense, outside linebacker Brian Burns and standout defensive tackle Derrick Brown will lead the way for a unit that has been plagued by injuries.
Where Can I Bet on the Carolina Panthers to Win the Super Bowl?
You can bet on the Panthers to win Super Bowl 58 with any of the major Carolina sportsbooks, including FanDuel Sportsbook, DraftKings Sportsbook, BetMGM Sportsbook, and Caesars Sportsbook.
Keep in mind, however, that odds will vary across the different sportsbooks, so it's best to shop around to find the most profitable odds. At this time, the Panthers most profitable odds to win Super Bowl 58 we've found are at +10000 on PointsBet.
Mobile sports betting in North Carolina is set to go live by 2024. In addition to the sportsbooks listed above, bet365 Sportsbook and Tipico Sportsbook are also expected to go live in the state next year. That means you may be able to bet on the Panthers Super Bowl odds in early 2024 if they defy the odds and make a postseason run.
Carolina Panthers Super Bowl History
The Carolina Panthers joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1993, making them one of the league's newer franchises, still seeking their first Super Bowl win. They've appeared in two Super Bowls total (in the 2003-2004 and 2015-2016 seasons), but lost both, to the Patriots and Broncos, respectively.
This makes the Panthers one of 14 teams to have fewer than three Super Bowl appearances in their history, interestingly right alongside each of their NFC South rivals, including the New Orleans Saints (1 appearance), Atlanta Falcons (2), and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2).
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Have the Panthers Ever Won the Super Bowl?
No, the Carolina Panthers have never won the Super Bowl, though they have made two appearances since their debut season in 1995 as an NFL expansion team. Their first Super Bowl appearance came in the 2003-2004 season, where they held an 11-5 regular season record under head coach John Fox, entering the playoffs as a Wild Card team.
Victories over the Cowboys, Rams, and Eagles cleared the path to face the New England Patriots in the team's first championship appearance. Unfortunately, despite keeping a close game, they lost with 0:04 left in the fourth quarter, thanks to a 41-yard field goal made by legend kicker Adam Vinatieri.
Their second Super Bowl appearance came in the 2015-2016 season, with former head coach Ron Rivera and the Carolina Panthers all-time passing leader, QB Cam Newton. They very nearly had the coveted "perfect season" having gone all the way up through Week 16 before incurring their first loss. The defeated the Seahawks in the Divisional Round and Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Championship Game, outscoring both opponents 80-39 over those two games, eventually losing 10-24 to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50.
How Many Super Bowls Have the Carolina Panthers Won?
The Carolina Panthers have never won a Super Bowl. This makes them one of 12 teams in the NFL to have never accomplished the feat to date.
Which Years Did the Carolina Panthers Go to the Super Bowl?
The Carolina Panthers went to the Super Bowl in the 2003-2004 and 2015-2016 NFL seasons.
- 🏈 2003-2004: Super Bowl XXXVIII vs. New England Patriots
- 🏈 2015-2016: Super Bowl 50 vs. Denver Broncos
Former Panthers HC John Fox took on the legendary HC-QB duo of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in Super Bowl XXXVIII, but like most of those who have faced this duo in a Super Bowl, the Panthers came out on the losing end. The Carolina Panthers lost the game 29-32 thanks to an Adam Vinatieri field goal with four seconds left on the clock.
The Carolina Panthers faced the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50, losing the game 10-24. The Panthers had entered the game as 5-point favorites, but the Broncos defense and three field goals from Brandon McManus put the nail in the coffin. Star LB Von Miller notched 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and six total tackles, winning the Super Bowl MVP award.
How Many Times Have the Panthers Been to the NFC Championship Game?
The Carolina Panthers have played in four NFC Championship games since the team's first season in 1995, including their second year in the league as an expansion team in the 1996-1997 NFL season.
Their second NFC Championship Game came in the 2003-04 season, where they won the game and went on to play the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl — eventually losing the game 29-31 thanks to a last-minute field goal.
They went on to play in the NFC Championship again two years later in the 2005-06 season, losing to the Seattle Seahawks 13-34.
The Panthers most recently went to the NFC Championship game in the 2015-16 NFL season, when they won the game handily over the Arizona Cardinals with a 49-15 victory. Unfortunately, that success didn't translate in Super Bowl 50, going on to lose their second Super Bowl appearance to the Denver Broncos.
Panthers Super Bowl FAQs
The Carolina Panthers odds to win the Super Bowl are at +100000, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. Using implied probability, this gives the Panthers an approximate 0.1% chance to win Super Bowl 58, ranking tied for longest odds among NFL teams and longest among teams in the NFC South.
The Carolina Panthers odds to win the NFC Championship Game are at +100000, implying a 0.1% chance to win the NFC conference. These are now the longest odds among the 16 teams within the NFC Conference. While the Panthers are not officially ruled out of winning the conference, it is virtually impossible right now.
You can bet on the Panthers to win the Super Bowl at all major sportsbooks, including FanDuel, Caesars, DraftKings, and BetMGM. Keep in mind that you must be 21+ to place a bet and be located in a legal betting state. Sports betting is legal in North Carolina, though sportsbooks aren't expected to be live until 2024.
The Carolina Panthers have never won a Super Bowl since the franchise was founded in 1993 as an expansion team. This makes them one of 12 NFL teams who have never won a Super Bowl to date, with the list also including the Bills, Bengals, Browns, Cardinals, Chargers, Falcons, Jaguars, Lions, Texans, Titans, and Vikings.
The Panthers have two Super Bowl appearances. Their made their championship debut in Super Bowl XXXVIII in the 2003-2004 season against the Patriots, losing 29-32. The franchise made its second appearance in the 2015-2016 season in Super Bowl 50 vs. the Denver Broncos, who defeated the Panthers 24-10.
Julian Council is an NFL betting expert for BetCarolina.com, focusing on the Carolina Panthers. Julian is the host of the Locked On Panthers podcast, a part of the Locked Podcast Network, covering the Carolina Panthers on a daily basis. He'll track the Panthers playoff chances and Super Bowl odds, where he'll use his expertise in fantasy football and sports betting to deliver the most up-to-date information available for NC bettors.