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Falcons vs. Panthers 2022 NFL Week 10 Odds, Preview & Pick

By Hank Blaine

Rather middling Thursday night game in the NFL this week as the Atlanta Falcons (they are tied for first in the NFC South but with a 4-5 record) visit the Carolina Panthers, who are one of the biggest trainwrecks in the league.


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Falcons vs. Panthers Game Information

  • When: Thursday, November 9, 2022, 8:15 PM ET
  • Where: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
  • TV: Amazon Prime Video
  • Radio: 92.9 The Game (Falcons) // WRFX 99.7 FM (Panthers)
  • Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
  • NFL Odds: Falcons (-3) // Panthers (+3)

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Why Bet on the Atlanta Falcons?

Atlanta looks for the season sweep as in Week 8, it beat the visiting Panthers 37-34 in overtime in one of the season’s wildest games. The teams combined for three touchdowns in the final 3:06 of regulation. IT looked like the Panthers would prevail when DJ Moore hauled in a 62-yard scoring pass from P.J. Walker with 12 seconds remaining, tying the game at 34 with only an extra point needed to win it. But Moore yanked off his helmet during a raucous celebration in the end zone, resulting in a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Kicker Eddy Pineiro then missed the 48-yard PAT.

Carolina had another chance to win in OT after C.J. Henderson returned an interception 54 yards to the Falcons 20. But Pineiro botched another kick, yanking a wobbler left again from 32 yards out — shorter than a regular extra point. The Falcons then won on Younghoe Koo’s 41-yard field goal. Atlanta holds the all-time regular-series advantage, 35-20, including wins in each of the past four matchups.

The Falcons come off a 20-17 home loss to the Chargers on Sunday. Cameron Dicker kicked a 37-yard game-ending field goal. Dicker also made a 31-yarder with 5:27 left, tying the game at 17. The Chargers survived a fumble by Austin Ekeler with 34 seconds remaining. Ekeler’s fumble was recovered by Falcons defensive lineman Ta’Quon Graham, who also fumbled while returning the ball. Chargers left guard Matt Fieler recovered Graham’s fumble at the Atlanta 43. The loss prevented the Falcons (4-5), who began the day in first place in the NFC South, from moving above .500 for the first time since 2017.

Atlanta running back Cordarelle Patterson ran for 44 yards and two touchdowns after missing four games following knee surgery. Rookie Tyler Allgeier set a career high with 99 yards as the Falcons ran for 201 yards.

The Falcons enter Week 10 with the NFC’s second-ranked rushing offense (162.9 rushing yards per game) and is the only team in the NFL with four players each with at least 250 rushing yards this season. Quarterback Marcus Mariota has 13 touchdowns (10 passing, three rushing) in nine starts this year and aims for his third road start in a row without an interception.

Why Bet on the Carolina Panthers?

Carolina was routed 42-21 at Cincinnati on Sunday. Cincinnati allowed P.J. Walker just 9 passing yards and intercepted him twice in the first half, chasing the former XFL quarterback to the bench in favor of Baker Mayfield to start the second. Mayfield threw two second-half touchdown passes, and the Panthers concluded the scoring with 1:29 left.

Walker will start again Thursday. Interim coach Steve Wilks made the announcement Monday afternoon, hours after the team activated quarterback Sam Darnold to the 53-man roster. Wilks said the short week and Walker’s performance in the first game vs. Atlanta played a factor in his decision. Walker completed 19 of 36 pass attempts for 316 yards and a touchdown.

To those suggesting the decision to stick with Walker so Carolina (2-7) can get the top pick of the 2023 draft to select a franchise quarterback, Wilks said, “I would say trust the process. Trust my decision-making. That’s what I would tell them. We all have bad games. PJ wasn’t the only one.”

Panthers defensive end Brian Burns recorded his sixth sack of the season last week and is one of five players with at least six sacks in each of the past four seasons. Linebacker Shaq Thompson led the team with 10 tackles in Week 9 and has recorded at least 10 tackles in five of his past six against Atlanta. Defensive back Myles Hartsfield aims for his fifth in a row with at least seven tackles. The Panthers designated safety Jeremy Chinn (hamstring) to return from injured reserve but he’s not expected back on the short week.

Falcons vs. Panthers Betting Trends

  • Falcons are 3-1-1 ATS in the last 5 road games.
  • Falcons are 13-6 ATS vs. a team with a losing record.
  • The total went under in 4 of Atlanta’s last 6 games.
  • Panthers are 5-18 ATS in the last 23 games overall.
  • Falcons are 10-4 ATS in the last 14 meetings.
  • The total went under in 13 of Carolina’s last 19 games against Atlanta.

Falcons vs. Panthers Expert Betting Predictions

Falcons 23, Panthers 20.

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