Panthers vs Vikings: This +2200 Same Game Parlay heats up NFL week 4 showdown

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Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young looks to pass under pressure from New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan during the first half of an NFL football game Monday, Sept. 18, 2023, in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Rusty Jones)

Week 4 is set to be an enthralling one with Panthers vs Vikings among this Sunday’s marquee matchups

The Carolina Panthers were never expected to hit the ground running this season, but the Minnesota Vikings certainly were. Both teams sit at 0-3 coming into their week 4 clash and the Panthers would love to get their first win against a weakened Vikings outfit.

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Panthers vs Vikings: week 4 info

Date: Sunday, October 1st
Time: 1:00PM ET
Location: Bank of America Stadium, North Carolina
TV channel: FOX, NFL Gamepass (DAZN)

NFL Week 4 odds: Panthers vs Vikings

Spread: Carolina Panthers +4.5 | Minnesota Vikings -4.5
Moneyline: Carolina Panthers +180 | Minnesota Vikings -218
Total: Over/Under 46.5

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T.J Hockenson OVER 48.5 receiving yards -105

As chaotic as the Vikings have been, they’ve also been somewhat predictable. T.J Hockenson has become the ultimate security blanket for a quarterback that is being forced to utilize it most drives.

T.J Jockenson has been targeted 8+ times in each game he’s started as a Viking and caught at LEAST 7 passes each time. Week 3 saw his lowest yardage total to date, but the Falcons gave up 84 yards to Sam LaPorta last week.

I think there’s some value on a 50+ yard game for Hockenson here.

Chuba Hubbard to score an anytime TD +165

Miles Sanders hasn’t lit the world on fire since joining the Panthers, and it’s obvious that Chuba Hubbard is the goal-line back.

The Vikings run defense has allowed a rushing touchdown per game on average and is giving up 120 yards per matchup on the ground. Sanders might thrive, but his totals, even dating back to his time in Philly, have been hard to predict. I’d rather take the higher odds on Hubbard to punch in a score than I would to back Sanders, who himself has only scored one touchdown this season.

Kirk Cousins UNDER 277.5 passing yards

One of the only teams worse against the run this season than the Vikings just so happens to be the Panthers. Carolina is giving up 136 yards per game on the ground which is a breath of fresh air for a Vikings offense that has grown stagnant due to Alex Mattison being unable to achieve much of anything.

Again, Mattison’s total still sits quite high, but because the offense has been so one-dimensional, Kirk’s passing total is ridiculously high. His predicted total is 277 yards? If the Vikings can actually establish the run (which they should here against a weak run defense), then Cousins might actually be able to have a night where he’s not expected to throw 42 times…

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Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) walks off the field after an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023, in Minneapolis. The Chargers won 28-24. (AP Photo/Abbie Parr)

Hayden Hurst OVER 24.5 receiving yards -110

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Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young leaves the field after their loss against the New Orleans Saints in an NFL football game Monday, Sept. 18, 2023, in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Jacob Kupferman)

Hayden Hurst’s total feels too low here. Sure, he only had 1 catch for 11 yards against the Seahawks, but his 69% (nice) catch-rate on the year is second only to Adam Thielen. If Bryce Young wants a reliable soft pair of hands, Hayden Hurst fits the bill, and 24.5 yards is just a couple of medium-sized plays.

The Vikings gave up 34 yards to Chargers tight ends in week 3, and I think Hurst has a chance to get even more than that on Sunday.

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