Michigan Panthers at New Orleans Breakers – Analysis, Tips, and Predictions

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Michigan Panthers at New Orleans Breakers – Analysis, Tips, and Predictions

Author: American Gambler Staff | Last Updated: June 1, 2023

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After breaking a four-game losing streak last week against the New Jersey Generals, the Michigan Panthers (3-4) will take on a New Orleans Breakers (4-3) team desperate to avoid a four-game losing streak of their own. With three games left to play in the regular season, both teams find themselves within a game of first – or last – in their respective divisions.

Michigan Panthers at New Orleans Breakers Odds

Below are the odds for Michigan at New Orleans available on BetMGM as of Wednesday, May 31:

  • Moneyline – Michigan +135, New Orleans -160
  • Spread – New Orleans -3.0
  • Total – 43.5

Odds may vary between sportsbooks, and it’s possible they change as kickoff approaches. It’s essential for players to check their available options and stay up-to-date in order to get the best odds for the bets they want to make.

Head-to-Head – Michigan Panthers at New Orleans Breakers

The Panthers broke a four-game losing streak against the New Jersey Generals last week, pulling out a 25-22 victory to send the Generals reeling to their own fourth straight loss. Josh Love had an interesting game – on one hand, he opened one-for-five and completed only 16 of 29 passes overall; on the other, he gained 264 yards – 9.1 per attempt – and scored three touchdowns without throwing a pick. Joe Walker contributed 121 yards and a touchdown on five catches. Trey Quinn – who threw a 19-yard pass to Walker – added 61 yards and a touchdown on three catches of his own

The Breakers had tougher luck, losing 20-24 against the Birmingham Stallions to drop their third straight game after a white-hot 4-0 start. The offense generated multiple long drives in the first half but ended two of them in field goals and failed to score on the others. They scored their first touchdown in the fourth quarter and had a chance to score a second, but the game ended with Stallions safety JoJo Tillery intercepting a pass as time expired.

McLeod Bethel-Thompson completed 24 of 42 passes, racking up 279 yards and a touchdown before throwing the interception to end the game. Wes Hills and Anthony West added exactly 100 rushing yards on 25 total carries, while Johnnie Dixon and Jonathan Adams added 185 yards on 12 total catches. Despite their losing streak, Bethel-Thompson, Hills, and Sage Surratt still lead the league in passing yards, rushing yards, and receiving yards, respectively.

With 1,670 yards through seven games, the Breakers still lead the league with 238.6 passing yards per game – no other team averages over 200. Their 103.4 rushing yards per game ranks fourth in the league, just ahead of the Panthers’ 96.0 per game. The Breakers have scored 165 points this season to the Panthers’ 121, but have scored 40 points against the Panthers’ 45 through the last three weeks.

How to Bet on Michigan Panthers at New Orleans Breakers

As we get closer to kickoff, the Panthers and Breakers will release more information concerning their lineups and player availability as we get closer to kickoff. Odds will change accordingly, if necessary, allowing bettors to make more informed decisions when making bets on the game.

Additionally, the markets and odds available for the game will vary between sportsbooks. It’s critical for bettors to compare their available options in order to find the bets they want at the best odds.