Panthers vs. Falcons 2013 odds: Carolina favored on the road against division rivals

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The odds are out for the NFC South matchup between the Panthers and Falcons in Week 17.

The Falcons will host the Panthers in the regular-season finale for both teams. While the Falcons have nothing more than pride to play for, Atlanta is coming off an impressive performance in a loss to the 49ers in San Francisco. The Panthers have locked up a playoff spot, but still have to win this game to get the division title and a first-round bye. Due to their success this season, the Panthers are considered a 7.5-point favorite against the Falcons in Atlanta, according to OddsShark.

The over/under for Sunday's matchup is 46.5 points. The Panthers are 9-5-1 against the spread, while the Falcons are 6-9. The Panthers are averaging 23 point per game on offense, while  allowing just 14.73 point on defense. The Falcons are averaging a score of 22.2 points, but are giving up 28.13 points to opponents.

The Panthers have gone 5-10 with the over/under this season, while the Falcons are 9-6 with the total points.

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