The Carolina Panthers are 3.0-point underdogs to the New Orleans Saints.
New Orleans has -165 moneyline odds to move to 2-0 on the season.
The total is set at 40.0 points with -115 odds to go under.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The New Orleans Saints are 3.0-point road favorites against the Carolina Panthers. There are +140 odds for Bryce Young to earn his first NFL win on Monday Night Football.
Carolina suffered a 14-point loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 1, making New Orleans an unsurprising legal sports betting favorite on the road.
Carolina Panthers Vs New Orleans Saints Betting Lines
New Orleans Saints
New Orleans finds themselves as 3.0-point favorites despite a narrow one-point victory in Week 1. With the Saints and Panthers combining for 26 points against average defenses in Week 1, the best bet of the game is on the under at 40.0 points.
Carolina held offenses to 19.8 points per game at home last season, with New Orleans’ defense only surrendering 20.3 points per game.
Betting the Under + Bryce Young Over 0.5 Interceptions
Both teams have weak offenses and solid defenses, making a perfect recipe for the under with -115 odds. In 2022, the total went under in 83.3% of Saints’ divisional games and 66.7% of Panthers’ divisional games.
The 40.0-point total at legal NFL betting sites is a lock to go under with -115 odds.
Bryce Young Interception Prop
Over 0.5 Interceptions -130
Under 0.5 Interceptions +100
Jessie Bates III recorded two interceptions off the Panthers’ rookie quarterback in Week 1, welcoming Bryce Young to the league. The -130 legal North Carolina sports betting odds for Young to throw over 0.5 interceptions on Monday are valuable considering the Saints defense had three interceptions in Week 1.
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