Betting on Panthers to Win Super Bowl 50? Here’s Why That’s a Great Idea!
If you’re thinking about betting on likely league MVP Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers this postseason and you’re looking for reasons why the Panthers could win the first Super Bowl title in franchise history, then look no further!
Thanks to the expert betting analysis that you’re about to get on Carolina’s chances, you’re going to be well-armed with adept information that could help you cash in on the Panthers over the remainder of the postseason.
With that said, let’s get started.
Betting on the Carolina Panthers to win the Super Bowl 50
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 16, 2016
He’s Got an ‘S’ on His Chest!
Hell, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton can pretty much run faster than a locomotive and leap tall building in a single bound.
Newton looked a lot like DC’s fictional Superman this season in doing it all for the Panthers. The former Auburn superstar finished tied for second in touchdown passes (35) and eighth in quarterback rating (99.4) while leading all quarterbacks in rushing yards (636), rushing touchdowns (10) and percentage of runs for first downs (42.4 %).
Make no mistake about it, Newton is as close to ‘Superman’ as it gets in today’s NFL – and that could be enough to lift Carolina to the Super Bowl title.
I Shut ‘Em Down!
Like Public’s legendary Chuck D., Panthers Pro Bowl cornerback Josh Norman has made a habit out of shutting down opposing wide receivers all season long.
Norman was one of just eight players with multiple defensive touchdowns this season and racked up three forced fumbles to tie for the most among defensive backs.
Norman’s 19 interceptions/passes defended are tied for fourth-most in the NFL and opposing quarterbacks had a pitiful passer rating of just 54.0 when going up against Norman, which was the lowest among all cornerbacks
Last but not least, the former Coastal Carolina star also produced the lowest passer rating among all cornerbacks when targeted in coverage and allowed just 49 catches for 457 yards and two touchdowns on 96 targets while picking off four passes.
Make no mistake about it NFL betting buffs… Josh Norman is a game-changer of the highest order.
No Contraband Allowed!
You might as well be going to prison when facing the Panthers ‘lockdown’ defense!
Carolina ranked sixth overall, 11th against the pass, fourth against the run and sixth in points allowed (19.2 ppg). Linebackers Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis are Pro Bowlers and defensive end Jared Allen, linebacker Shaq Thompson and veteran cornerback Charles Tillman are all well above average players.
So there you have it… a handful of legitimate reasons why you should bet on the Carolina Panthers throughout the remainder of the postseason. Make no mistake about it people…Cam Newton and company are as good as any team remaining in the postseason.