Titans vs Panthers : How do NFL experts from different media outlets see the Week 9 game between the Tennessee Titans and Carolina Panthers going? The Tennessee Titans (4-4) and Carolina Panthers (4-3) do battle at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte in Week 9 at 1:00 p.m. ET Sunday. We analyze the Titans-Panthers odds and lines, with NFL betting picks and tips for the matchup
In Week 9, the Tennessee Titans (4-4) will hit the road to take on the Carolina Panthers (4-3) at Bank of America Stadium.
Tennessee is coming off two consecutive wins against the Los Angeles Chargers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, both in heart-pounding fashion.
Meanwhile, the Panthers came off their bye in Week 8 and got absolutely pounded by the San Francisco 49ers, ending Carolina’s four-game win streak.
There was some hope that the Panthers would see Cam Newton return in Week 9, however that won’t happen. Instead, Newton has been trying to get another opinion on his ailing foot, which isn’t healing the way he hoped it would.
That means quarterback Kyle Allen is out there for at least another start, and he’ll be tasked with beating the Titans, who are led by quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
The resurgent Tennessee Titans (4-4) travel to Charlotte to take on the Carolina Panthers (4-3) on Sunday. It’s a 1 p.m. ET kickoff from Bank of America Stadium. Carolina has covered four of its last five games and will once again start quarterback Kyle Allen in place of Cam Newton, out since Week 2 with a foot injury. The Panthers have thrived recently against AFC foes, going 9-2 straight-up and 8-3 against the spread, while the Titans have won six straight against NFC competition. They’re 2-0 this year against the NFC South. Carolina is favored by 3.5 in the latest Panthers vs. Titans odds, while the over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 42, one of the lowest totals on the Week 9 NFL schedule. Before you make any Titans vs. Panthers picks or NFL predictions, see what the model at SportsLine has to say.
The Panthers final injury report for the week doesn’t have any surprises to it. Cam Newton and Greg Little are still well outside of the team’s current plans. Christian Miller, with a high ankle sprain, is likely to be a game time decision.
Mario Addison has been excused from team activities this week following the murder of his brother. He’ll play if he wants to, but of course the team is letting him decide where he needs to be right now. He remains in the thoughts and prayers of the staff here at Cat Scratch Reader and of Panthers fans everywhere.