Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 Prediction and Odds
Neither the Panthers nor the Steelers have been having the most spectacular of seasons in the NFL. But both will be hoping for a shot at the playoffs, with Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 being an important hurdle along the way.
Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 Preview Games and History
The first Panthers vs. Steelers matchup was back in 1996 when the Panthers got their only-ever win in the series. Since then, the Steelers’ 6 straight wins put the record firmly in Pittsburgh’s favor at 6-1-0.
Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 Odds and Statistics
The Panthers have consistently struggled for points in Panthers vs. Steelers matches. The most they’ve ever managed was the last time they faced off, and the Steelers still beat them 52-21.
The Steelers, on the other hand, have never had too much trouble racking up points. This is why they’re currently winning 227-98 on the total points score.
Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 NFL Betting Tips: The Season So Far
The season isn’t playing out quite how some Carolina fans hoped it would at the start of the season. Still, they’re very much in the running in the NFC South, where the competition isn’t always exactly fierce.
This has been part of the reason why Carolina goes into December with some hope still, as their final run of fixtures places them against teams with mostly negative records.
Sam Darnold is still some way from reaching the level of performances that fans were hoping him to achieve when he was a first-round pick quarterback, and the Panthers are mostly stuck relying on their defense to keep them in games for the most part instead. On the other hand, Darnold has shown glimpses of talent, and fans hope that an extended run in the team will be enough to help him realize his suspected potential.
In many ways, this is seen as a season of transition for the Panthers, who are still working out whether interim head coach Steve Wilks has what it takes to elevate the team to the desired level. However, he knows that if he performs well, he could start next season with an exciting challenge on his hands, so he will be doing everything he can to keep his team in the mix for the NFC South, starting with Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22.
His side’s defense will need to play a big role in any team success, as they’ve consistently been the only line to hold up their end as the Panthers have limped through matches.
Despite the massive lack of inspiration, Panthers fans can still have some hope since the NFC South offers some rather unimpressive competition. Winning it with a negative record is very possible, as the Panthers showed in 2014. They might not even need to find the most spectacular form to give themselves a shot at partaking in the postseason.
Ideally, this wouldn’t be left to hoping that the NFC South’s other sides are bad enough to let them slip through. Instead, the Panthers should make things click so that the rest of the season is in their own hands. Let’s see how they do in Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22.
Looking at the performance of their competition in the AFC North this year, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Pittsburgh is in with a good shot of securing a playoff spot. However, the Steelers have been just as disappointing as the rest. Their 4-7 record going into December means the postseason is likely to be played without them.
The realization of Kenny Pickett as a star QB for the future is ample compensation, though, and should get Steelers fans excited for what the team has in store in the coming years.
The team also seems to be almost invincible in Monday Night Football, a pattern they’ll hope to carry over into Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 along with the rest of their games.
Upcoming games NFL Week 16
For week 16, we also bring you these two team’s upcoming games: Raiders vs. Steelers and Lions vs. Panthers.
Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 Prediction
Neither side has given their fans too much to cheer about this season. And while the Panthers go into Panthers vs. Steelers 12/18/22 as the bookmaker’s favorite, a win is far from certain. In fact, if Pickett can show his form isn’t a flash in the pan, CXSports’ pick would be for the Pittsburgh Steelers to win.
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