2023 Carolina Panthers schedule, betting odds, and predictions


Panthers 2023 schedule paves way for solid season

The Carolina Panthers are going to be one of the more exciting teams to watch next season. Frank Reich is a proven head coach in this league, and he now has No. 1 pick Bryce Young to work with. Carolina also happens to be playing in a weak division, so it isn’t out of the question that the Panthers will turn some heads and compete for a playoff spot.  


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Carolina Panthers betting odds

(odds from DraftKings as of May 11, 4:00 p.m. PT)

Season Win Total Odds: 7.5 (-135/+115)
Super Bowl Odds: +7500
NFC Champion: +3000
NFC North Champion: +330

Last season: 7-10, 2nd in NFC South

Key additions: WR Adam Thielen, WR D.J. Chark, S Vonn Bell, S Eric Rowe, DL Shy Tuttle, RB Miles Sanders, QB Bryce Young*, WR Jonathan Mingo*, DE DJ Johnson*

Key losses: WR D.J. Moore, QB Sam Darnold, K Zane Gonzalez, RB D’Onta Foreman

* – drafted

2023 Carolina Panthers schedule

  • Week 1: @ Atlanta Falcons (ATL -2.5, Total: 44)
  • Week 2: vs. New Orleans Saints (CAR -1)
  • Week 3: @ Seattle Seahawks (SEA -4)
  • Week 4: vs. Minnesota Vikings (MIN -1.5)
  • Week 5: @ Detroit Lions (DET -5)
  • Week 6: @ Miami Dolphins (MIA -7)
  • Week 7: BYE WEEK
  • Week 8: vs. Houston Texans (CAR -3)
  • Week 9: vs. Indianapolis Colts (CAR -2.5)
  • Week 10: @ Chicago Bears (CHI -2)
  • Week 11: vs. Dallas Cowboys (DAL -3.5)
  • Week 12: @ Tennessee Titans (TEN -1)
  • Week 13: @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (TB -1)
  • Week 14: @ New Orleans Saints (NO -2.5)
  • Week 15: vs. Atlanta Falcons (CAR -1)
  • Week 16: vs. Green Bay Packers (GB -1)
  • Week 17: @ Jacksonville Jaguars (JAX -5)
  • Week 18: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (CAR -2.5)

(odds from DraftKings Sportsbook)

Carolina Panthers schedule this year

The Panthers play 11 games against teams that had losing records in 2022, so it’s hard to say that Carolina has anything but a favorable schedule. The Panthers also play six of their eight home games against such teams, so there’s a good chance Carolina will win five or six games at home next season. The Panthers would then need to win a few games in which they are small underdogs in order to win more games than expected. That’s not exactly an outrageous task. We’re looking forward to seeing Carolina on the national stage, which will happen twice this season — with both games being very winnable. 

Carolina Panthers schedule analysis

For more on the Panthers schedule, here’s what Matt Youmans and Wes Reynolds had to say on VSiN Tonight following the NFL’s official release: