Fox to Return For Carolina NFL Betting Odds

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

NFL betting odds have seen the Carolina Panthers play a lot better in recent weeks and that good play has saved the job of head coach John Fox.

A few weeks ago it was thought that Fox would be out but he has been told by owner Jerry Richardson that he and his staff will be back next season. The Panthers have been extremely impressive the last two weeks with wins against NFL lines over Minnesota and the New York Giants.

NFL betting odds could see Carolina get to .500 if they win their finale at home against New Orleans on Sunday. While Fox and his staff will be back in 2010, Fox is not getting a contract extension. 2010 will be the final year of Fox’s deal.

Carolina went 12-4 last NFL betting odds season but they were terrible in a playoffs lost to Arizona last year and they started this season at 0-3 vs. NFL lines. The Panthers have never had two straight winning NFL betting odds season under Fox but they have also never finished a season worse than 7-9. That will be the case again this NFL lines year as Carolina will finish either 7-9 or 8-8. The latest NFL betting odds winning streak for Carolina has come with Matt Moore at quarterback. He has thrown six TD passes and no interceptions the past two weeks in NFL betting odds. "He played well. I think he’s gotten better each week," Fox said. "He’s got more comfortable managing the game. I think there are certain things he’s a little more comfortable doing that we’ve had to tweak a little bit. But I think he’s gotten better each week and I think he’ll continue that."

Carolina has definitely been better in NFL betting odds without Jake Delhomme at quarterback. Delhomme was simply terrible and has been since late last NFL betting odds season. The Panthers are 3-1 in NFL lines with Moore at quarterback and it is very possible he could get the job next season ahead of Delhomme.

NFL betting odds stats have Fox as 75-60 as the coach at Carolina. His teams have made the playoffs three times including a Super Bowl appearance. The NFL betting odds win over the New York Giants last week was very impressive as the Giants were trying to make the playoffs. Jonathan Stewart rushed for a franchise-record 206 yards. The Panthers have had a lot of injuries this NFL betting odds season but somehow the team is just a game below .500.

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