Game Time: 1:00 pm ET, Sunday, November 21, 2021
Venue: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
Where to Watch: Fox
Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks
DraftKings: Point Spread: WFT +3.5, Panthers -3.5; Over/Under: 43 points
Bet365: Point Spread: WFT +3, Panthers -3; Over/Under: 43 points
BetMGM: Point Spread: WFT +3, Panthers -3; Over/Under: 43.5 points
Washington Football Team: 3-6 (3rd place, NFC East)
Carolina Panthers: 5-5 (3rd place, NFC South)
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Washington Football Team vs Carolina Panthers Preview and Analysis
Washington Football Team: won at home on Nov. 14 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 29-19.
Carolina Panthers: won on the road on Nov. 14 against the Arizona Cardinals 34-10.
Washington Football Team Analysis
Washington is coming into this game with a 3-6 record overall and they are 1-3 in their road games this season where they will be in this game. They have lost 4 of their last 5 games but are coming into this one off of a win in their last game which snapped a 4 game losing streak that they were on. Taylor Heinicke played well in their last game as he completed 26/32 passes for 256 yards and 1 touchdown. Antonio Gibson led the team in rushing with 64 yards and 2 touchdowns on 24 carries. Terry McLaurin led the receivers with 59 yards on 6 receptions while DeAndre Carter had 56 yards and 1 touchdown on 3 receptions. Jamin Davis led the defense in that game with 5 solo tackles and 1 assisted one. No one on the defense recorded a sack in that game but William Jackson III and Bobby McClain both came away with 1 interception each for them in that one. They have scored 185 points in their 9 games this season averaging 20.6 PPG and they have allowed their opponents to score 246 points against them allowing 27.3 PPG. Their offense is averaging 345.4 YPG while their defense is allowing 376.4 YPG.
Carolina Panthers Analysis
The Panthers are coming into this game with a 5-5 record overall and they are 2-3 in their home games this regular season where they will be in this game. They have won 2 of their last 3 games and are coming into this one off of a win in their last game. Phillip Walker was the starting quarterback in place of the injured Sam Darnold and Walker did not play that great as he completed 22/29 passes for 167 yards and 1 interception. Cam Newton also played a few snaps for them in that one and he completed 3/4 passes for 8 yards and 1 touchdown. Christian McCaffrey led the team in rushing with 95 yards on 13 carries while Chuba Hubbard and Cam Newton each found the endzone with 1 TD on the ground in that one. McCaffrey also led the receivers with 66 yards on 10 receptions while Robby Anderson had 37 yards and 1 touchdown on 4 receptions. Shaq Thompson led the defense in that game with 4 solo tackles and 2 assisted ones along with 1 sack as well. Haason Reddick led the defense in sacks in that game with 1.5 while Donte Jackson came away with the only interception for them in that one. They have scored 205 points in their 10 games this season averaging 20.5 PPG and they have allowed their opponents to score 193 points against them allowing 19.3 PPG. Their offense is averaging 320.9 YPG while their defense is allowing 280.7 YPG.
Washington vs Panthers Prediction
WFT is coming into this matchup as a 3.5 point underdog with the current betting odds according to Draftkings Sportsbook. The Panthers blew out the Cardinals in their last game but they were facing a very weakened Cardinals team with no Kyler Murray and no Deandre Hopkins. The Panthers offense did not move the ball well in that game through the air and the Washington defense is starting to play well again, just like the defense that was top 5 in the NFL last season. WFT is going to have a lot of confidence after their win against Tom Brady and the Bucs. The best bet to place in this game is on the WFT to cover the spread in this game as they have a really good chance at winning this game due to their defense and the inept Panthers offense.
Washington Panthers Prediction: Our NFL Pick for Sunday, November 21, 2021 (1:00 pm ET start time) is WFT 23 Panthers 20.
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NFL Betting Trends
Washington Football Team: 88-101 ATS in games where the line is +3 to -3. 217-249 ATS in all games. 171-185 ATS against conference opponents. 164-184 ATS in games played on a grass field.
Carolina Panthers: 94-72 ATS in games where the line is +3 to -3. 230-202 ATS in all games. 69-67 ATS as a home favorite. 109-104 ATS in home games. 173-154 ATS against conference opponents.
Washington Football Team: C. Young (DE) out for season - Leg injury. C. Samuel (WR) day-to-day - Groin injury. B. St-Juste (DB) day-to-day - Illness. T. McLaurin (WR) day-to-day - Collarbone injury. M. Sweat (DE) Out indefinitely - Jaw injury.
Carolina Panthers: S. Darnold (QB) Out indefinitely - Shoulder injury. S. Thomas-Oliver III (CB) day-to-day - Toe injury. R. Melvin (CB) day-to-day - Hand injury.
"There's some concern. We'll have him evaluated tomorrow. Potentially an ACL, but we're not sure yet." - Ron Rivera on the injury to Chase Young in their last game against the Bucs.
"Today was a good example of the team we can be." - Christian McCaffrey on their win against the Cardinals in their last game.
Washington Football Team
WR McLaurin, Terry
WR Humphries, Adam
WR Sims, Cam
TE Bates, John
QB Heinicke, Taylor
RB Gibson, Antonio
WR Moore, DJ
WR Anderson, Robby
TE Tremble, Tommy
TE Thomas, Ian
QB Walker, P.J.
RB McCaffrey, Christian
FB Ricci, Giovanni
Washington Football Team
Passing: T. Heinicke (2184)
Rushing: A. Gibson (506)
Receiving: T. McLaurin (632)
Touchdowns: A. Gibson (5)
Passing: S. Darnold (1986)
Rushing: C. Hubbard (421)
Receiving: D. Moore (701)
Touchdowns: S. Darnold (5)
Washington Football Team: Ron Rivera (2nd season)
Carolina Panthers: Matt Rhule (2nd season)