Cincinnati’s loss to Houston this past Monday reduced the number of undefeated NFL teams through the first 10 weeks of the regular season to two; the New England Patriots in the AFC and the surprising Carolina Panthers in the NFC. FastWager USA online Sportsbooks has been releasing weekly prop bet odds covering the Patriots’ quest for perfection, but this week it as added some team prop bet odds covering the Panthers’ chances to run the table.
Carolina faces 4-5 Washington at home this Sunday as an 8.5-point favorite so the chances it runs its record to 10-0 look pretty good. The Panthers’ futures odds to go on and win the Super Bowl this season are the second-best on the board at +540 after New England as a +233 favorite.
If you want to bet on the Panthers running the table in the regular season at 16-0 you would stand to collect +625 for $100 wager. FastWager USA online Sportsbooks has set the moneyline for them losing at least one regular NFL betting season game at -950.
To take things one step further, a $100 bet that Carolina keeps things going all the way to Super Bowl 50 with a perfect record of 18-0 would collect +1400 if it can pull off this amazing feat. If you want to bet against this team prop you would have to risk -2500 just to pocket $100.
The final team prop bet on FastWager USA online Sportsbooks current betting board for Carolina is for complete perfection at 19-0 all the way to a Super Bowl title. The money line odds that the Panthers become the first team in NFL history to pull off this improbable run since the regular season schedule expanded to 16 games are set at +2750. If you want to bet against this prop, you would have to risk -6000 to win $100.
The best value in any of these props would have to be the +625 betting odds on a 16-0 run in the regular season. Looking at the Panthers’ remaining schedule after Sunday’s game against the Redskins there is just one team on the list with a record above .500. They will play Dallas and New Orleans on the road before hosting 6-3 Atlanta on Dec. 13. If Carolina can move to 13-0, things could get a bit tricky from there with road games against the 5-5 New York Giants and the Falcons before closing things out at home against Tampa Bay.