At 1:00 ET, the Panthers and Titans face each other at Nissan Stadium in a week 12 NFL contest. FOX will broadcast the game, scheduled for Sunday, November 26th. Tennessee is set to take on the Panthers in this non-conference matchup, and they are favored by 3.5 at home. Read on for my analysis and betting angles.


The Pick: Carolina Panthers +3.5

This game will be played at Nissan Stadium at 1:00 ET on Sunday, November 26th.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 19-16 in favor of the Titans.
  • Our projections have Bryce Young finishing with 179.725 passing yards on 17.354/28.433 passing.
  • The Titans are projected to finish with 294 yards of offense compared to the 282 yards for the Panthers.

Will the Panthers Come Through as Road Underdogs?

Having played 10 games, the Panthers have a record of 1-9. This puts them at 4th in the NFC-South and 16th in the NFC. So far this season, the Panthers have an average scoring margin of -11.2. Their ATS record is 1-7-2 and they have been the underdog in all of their games.

Regarding their offense, the Panthers have an average 16.3 points per game, which places them 27th in the NFL. Carolina’s passing offense, heading into this week’s game, holds the 28th ranking in passing yards. In terms of attempts, they are 6th with an average of 37.8 passes per game.

The Panthers have been running the ball an average of 23.5 times per game and currently hold the 28th spot in the league in rushing yards. Their average yards per rushing attempt is 3.9.

In terms of yards allowed, the Panthers are 6th in the league while giving up 308.6 yards per contest. Carolina’s defense has allowed 27.5 points per game, placing them 28th in the NFL.

Can the Titans Secure a Win at Home?

This season, the Titans currently hold an overall record of 3-7, placing them 4th in the AFC-South. They’ve achieved this record with a 3-6 record as underdogs and 0-1 when favored. Tennessee’s scoring margin up to this point is currently at -4.6. The team comes in with an ATS mark of 4-6.

On offense, the Titans are averaging 16.8 points per game, putting them 25th in the NFL. Tennessee’s passing offense enters this week’s game with a ranking of 27th in passing yards. Furthermore, they hold the 29th spot in attempts, averaging 28.9 passes per game.

On a per-attempt basis, the Titans average 4.2 yards while carrying the ball an average of 24.1 times per game. Regarding rushing yardage, they are 18th in the league.

When it comes to yards allowed, the Titans rank 22nd in the league, conceding an average of 343.1 yards per contest. Tennessee’s defense has allowed 21.4 points per game, which has them 16th in the NFL.