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New Orleans Saints Odds | 2019 NFL Betting Lines

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new orleans saints SCHEDULE

SCORE
TV
Fri Aug 1408:00 PM
vs
vs Vikings vs Vikings
25 - 34
TV: N/A
Sun Aug 2304:00 PM
vs
@ Chargers @ Chargers
17 - 19
TV: CBS
Sat Aug 2907:30 PM
vs
@ Jets @ Jets
13 - 28
TV: N/A
Thu Sep 0308:00 PM
vs
vs Dolphins vs Dolphins
13 - 16
TV: N/A
Mon Sep 1407:10 PM
vs
vs Texans vs Texans
30 - 28
TV: ESPN
Sun Sep 2004:25 PM
vs
@ Rams @ Rams
27 - 9
TV: FOX
Sun Sep 2704:25 PM
vs
@ Seahawks @ Seahawks
27 - 33
TV: CBS
Sun Oct 0408:20 PM
vs
vs Cowboys vs Cowboys
12 - 10
TV: NBC
Sun Oct 1101:00 PM
vs
vs Buccaneers vs Buccaneers
31 - 24
TV: FOX
Sun Oct 1801:00 PM
vs
@ Jaguars @ Jaguars
6 - 13
TV: CBS
Sun Oct 2504:25 PM
vs
@ Bears @ Bears
25 - 36
TV: FOX
Sun Nov 0101:00 PM
vs
vs Cardinals vs Cardinals
31 - 9
TV: CBS
Sun Nov 1501:00 PM
vs
vs Falcons vs Falcons
9 - 26
TV: FOX
Sun Nov 2201:00 PM
vs
@ Buccaneers @ Buccaneers
17 - 34
TV: FOX
Sun Nov 2901:00 PM
vs
vs Panthers vs Panthers
34 - 31
TV: CBS
Thu Dec 0308:20 PM
vs
@ Falcons @ Falcons
18 - 26
TV: NBC
Sun Dec 1301:00 PM
vs
vs 49ers vs 49ers
46 - 48
TV: FOX
Mon Dec 2108:15 PM
vs
vs Colts vs Colts
34 - 7
TV: ESPN
Sun Dec 2701:00 PM
vs
@ Titans @ Titans
28 - 38
TV: FOX
Sun Jan 0301:00 PM
vs
@ Panthers @ Panthers
10 - 42
TV: FOX
Sun Jan 0501:05 PM
vs
vs Vikings vs Vikings
0 - 0
TV: FOX

new orleans saints STANDINGS

Team Name
Wins
Loss
Ties
Win%
Saints
13
3
0
.813
Falcons
7
9
0
.438
Buccaneers
7
9
0
.438
Panthers
5
11
0
.313

new orleans saints Roster

Player Name
Uniform
Position
Kiko Alonso
54
LB
Stephone Anthony
58
LB
Alex Anzalone
47
LB
Eli Apple
25
CB
Terron Armstead
72
T
Johnson Bademosi
29
CB
Vonn Bell
24
S
Drew Brees
9
QB
Teddy Bridgewater
5
QB
Malcom Brown
90
DT
Emmanuel Butler
17
WR
Austin Carr
80
WR
Will Clapp
64
C
Jared Cook
87
TE
Jalen Dalton
77
DT
Marcus Davenport
92
DE
Demario Davis
56
LB
Andrew Dowell
50
LB
Nick Easton
62
C G
Mario Edwards Jr.
97
DE
Kaden Elliss
55
LB
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson
22
S
Ted Ginn Jr.
19
WR
Carl Granderson
96
DE
J.T. Gray
48
CB
Ethan Greenidge
73
T
Garrett Griffin
45
TE
Saquan Hampton
33
S
Chase Hansen
54
LB
Justin Hardee Sr.
34
CB
Deonte Harris
11
WR
Maurice Harris
N/A
WR
Trey Hendrickson
91
DE
Josh Hill
89
TE
Taysom Hill
7
QB
Krishawn Hogan
81
WR
Lil'Jordan Humphrey
84
WR
Janoris Jenkins
20
CB
Chris Johnson
31
S
Cameron Jordan
94
DE
Colton Jumper
51
LB
Alvin Kamara
41
RB
Derrick Kelly II
68
T G
Keith Kirkwood
18
WR
A.J. Klein
53
LB
Marshon Lattimore
23
CB
Mitchell Loewen
88
TE
Wil Lutz
3
K
Josh Martin
54
LB
Erik McCoy
78
C
Taquan Mizzell Sr.
44
RB
Thomas Morstead
6
P
Latavius Murray
28
RB
Patrick Omameh
60
G
David Onyemata
93
DT
Ricky Ortiz
30
RB FB
Andrus Peat
75
T G
Ryan Ramczyk
71
T
Sheldon Rankins
98
DT
Craig Robertson
52
LB
Patrick Robinson
21
CB
Tre'Quan Smith
10
WR
Noah Spence
57
LB
Taylor Stallworth
95
DT
D.J. Swearinger
36
S
Manti Te'o
51
LB
Michael Thomas
13
WR
Cameron Tom
63
C
Shy Tuttle
99
DT
Jason Vander Laan
86
TE
Larry Warford
67
G
Dwayne Washington
27
RB
Tim White
14
WR
Cole Wick
85
TE
Marcus Williams
43
S
P.J. Williams
26
CB
Zach Wood
49
DE LS

new orleans saints Injuries

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New Orleans Saints Odds

New Orleans Saints Sportsbook
Conference National Football Conference (NFC)
Division South
Founded 1966
History New Orleans Saints (1967–present)
Arena Mercedes-Benz Superdome
League Titles 1 (Super Bowl championships) 2009 (XLIV)
Conference Titles 1 (NFC) 2009

New Orleans Saints 2019 NFL Season Betting Guide

After ending up on the wrong end of one of the worst blown calls in NFL history and one that ruined their chance of reaching Super Bowl 53 last season, Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints will enter the 2019 NFL regular season looking for nothing less than a Super Bowl appearance.

Whether New Orleans flies high again like they did last season or whether they come up short of their Super Bowl hopes,  there are a bunch of insightful things you need to know about the Saints before they take to the gridiron for the 2019 campaign. Let’s find out everything you need to know about New Orleans right now.

New Orleans Saints 2019 NFL Season Betting Guide

Betting Statistics

  • ATS: 13-3 (W-L) / 10-6-0 (ATS) /4-4-0 (Home) / 6-2-0 (Away) / 2-1-0 (Grass) / 8-5-0 (Turf)
  • O/U: 7-9-0 (W-L) / 5-3-0 (Home) / 2-6-0 (Away) / 1-2-0 (Grass) / 6-7-0 (Turf) / 53.6 (Total)

Not only did Drew Brees and company tie the Los Angeles Rams with a league-high 13 victories in 2018, but the Saints also covered the chalk at a high rate by going an impressive 10-6 ATS. New Orleans covered the chalk six times on the road. Despite owning one of the most explosive offenses in all of football, New Orleans played under the O/U total nine times, including six times on the road.

Did you know the New Orleans Saints covered the spread in nine straight games a year ago, starting in Week 3 of the 2018 regular season?

Offense

  • Total Yards: 379.2 / Rank 8
  • Passing Yards: 252.6 / Rank 12
  • Rushing Yards: 126.6 /Rank 7
  • Points Scored: 31.5 / Rank 3
  • Field Goal %: 93.3 / Rank 4

New Orleans was rock-solid across the board offensively last season by ranking eighth overall, 12th in passing, seventh in rushing and an impressive third in scoring (31.5 ppg). To address their needs on the offensive side of the ball, The Saints signed veteran running back Latavius Murray, tight end Jared Cook, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and punt returner/cornerback Marcus Sherels while drafting Texas A&M center Erik McCoy in the second round.

Defense

  • Total Yards: 349.1 / Rank 14
  • Passing Yards: 268.9 / Rank 29
  • Rushing Yards: 80.2 /Rank 2
  • Points Allowed: 22.1 / Rank 14
  • Field Goal %: 73.9 / Rank 2

The Saints finished a respectable 14th in total defense and identical 14th in points allowed (22.1 ppg). While the Saints routinely shut down the run, that may have been more of a byproduct that teams could throw the ball on them easily as New Orleans finished a discouraging 29th against the pass.

To address their needs on the defensive side of the ball, New Orleans signed veteran defensive lineman Mario Edwards, linebacker Craig Robertson and defensive tackle Malcolm Brown while re-signing veteran cornerback P.J. Williams and kicker Will Lutz. The Saints also added a pair of safeties in the draft by nabbing Florida’s Chauncey Gardner-Johnson in the fourth round and Rutgers’ Saquan Hampton in the sixth round.

Team Leaders

  • Touchdowns: Alvin Kamara (18)
  • Rushing: Alvin Kamara (883)
  • Passing: Drew Brees (3991)
  • Receiving: Michael Thomas (1405)
  • Sacks: Cameron Jordan (12.0)
  • Interceptions: Eli Apple (2)

Second-year running back Alvin Kamara had his second straight fantastic season by recording a team-high 18 touchdowns while rushing for a team-high 883 yards. The dual-threat star also added 709 yards in receptions while scoring 14 rushing TDs.

Sure-fire future Hall of Fame signal-caller Drew Brees showed no signs of aging whatsoever by completing an insane 74.4 percent of his passes for 3,992 yards with 33 touchdowns and a career-low five interceptions. Pro Bowl wide receiver Michael Thomas had a career and team-high 1,405 receiving yards while veteran defensive end Cameron Jordan had a team-high 12 sacks. Veteran cornerback Eli Apple added a team-high two interceptions and the best news is that each f the Saints’ 2018 team leaders are all back in 2019.

Outlook

New Orleans lost veteran running back Mark Ingram and veteran defensive end Alex Okafor in free agency while veteran tight end Benjamin Watson retired from football, but I think the Saints did a great job of addressing their needs on both sides of the ball in free agency and the draft.

More importantly, Drew Brees is still playing at an insanely high level despite turning 40 in January. New Orleans will definitely put their share of points on the board with Brees, Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara leading the way, but will New Orleans play solid defense this coming season? My best guess is that they will finish somewhere between 10th and 15th overall.

In addition to their four difficult NFC South division matchups against Carolina and Atlanta, the Saints will also be taking on what should be an improved Tampa Bay Buccaneers team as well in 2019 thanks to the hiring of no-nonsense head coach Bruce Arians. New Orleans also has some difficult non-division matchups against Houston, the L.A. Rams, Seattle, Dallas, Chicago and Indianapolis on their 2019 docket. Still, I’m projecting the Saints to reach the double-digit win mark for the third straight season while challenging for a berth in the NFC Championship game at the very least. Besides, New Orleans is due for some good luck in 2019 after the way they saw their Super Bowl 53 hopes snatched away from them by incompetent game officials.


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New Orleans Saints 2019 NFL Season Betting Guide

After ending up on the wrong end of one of the worst blown calls in NFL history and one that ruined their chance of reaching Super Bowl 53 last season, Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints will enter the 2019 NFL regular season looking for nothing less than a Super Bowl appearance. Whether New Orleans flies high again like Read More
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New Orleans Saints 2019 NFL Season Win/Total Odds & Betting Prediction

With the win totals for the 2019 season already released, it’s fun to start looking ahead and thinking about how you might play. There are some bettors who are willing to go all in right now, while others wait until training camp and preseason comes to an end before making a single wager. After all, a team that looks great Read More
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2019 NFL Draft Recap for the Top Teams

Last week’s NFL Draft seemed to primarily favor teams like the Jacksonville Jaguars, Buffalo Bills, and Arizona Cardinals. Teams like the Jags, Bills, and Cards benefit the most from drafts because they didn’t make the playoffs the season before. Although that’s true, what about the top teams in the league? How did their 2019 NFL Draft go? Check out a Read More
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Rams at Saints NFC Championship Lines, Preview & Pick

Just like in the AFC, the NFC Championship Game is chalk as the top-ranked New Orleans Saints host the No. 2 Los Angeles Rams in a rematch of a terrific regular-season game. The Saints are not just NFL odds for this game but to win the second Super Bowl in franchise history. Before getting into the preview, be sure to check Read More
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Eagles vs Saints NFC Divisional Round Spread & Prediction

There are a couple of ways to look at the Divisional Round in the NFL playoffs. There are some bettors who like the teams that played in the Wild Card Weekend, believing that playing in and winning a postseason game gives them the confidence they need to make a deep run. On the flipside, there are those who prefer the Read More
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New Orleans Saints 2018 NFL Postseason Betting Analysis

The New Orleans Saints finished the NFL Regular Season on a down note. As a -8 favorite, New Orleans played the entire game against the rival Carolina Panther at almost half-speed. The Panthers dominated the Saints 33-17. Luckily for New Orleans, they had already secured the 1-seed in the NFC Playoffs by virtue of beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-28 in Read More
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Panthers vs Saints NFL Week 17 Odds, Preview & Pick

Expect to see a lot of players you have never heard of Sunday when the Panthers and Saints close the regular season in New Orleans. Carolina could become the first team to start 6-2 and end 6-10, while the Saints have clinched the NFC South, a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. They are still solid NFL Read More
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Steelers vs Saints NFL Week 16 Lines & Game Preview

While every fan would love to see their team clinch a playoff spot as quickly as possible, the reality of today’s NFL is that a lot of them are going to be forced to sweat it out until the final week of the season. The parity in the league right now is amazing, which is why more than half of Read More
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Saints vs Panthers NFL Week 15 Odds & Pick for Monday Night

It is incredibly tough for teams to stay consistently good in the NFL, such as the movement of players between teams during the offseason. The loss of a couple of very good players to free agency cam deliver holes that are too tough to fill quickly, which can cause a good team to go bad very quickly. It is for Read More
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Saints Road to 2019 Super Bowl 53

New Orlean Saints don’t have a pick on the first night of the 2019 NFL Draft. At No 62 overall, they have to wait. Luckily for them, they have a pretty strong team and aren’t necessarily looking to fill any specific position. Plus, the Saints have exercised the fifth-year option on Louisville’s, Sheldon Rankins.

Still, New Orleans isn’t a team who just sits around, especially when GM, Mickey Loomis and coach Sean Peyton have their eyes set on a player. In fact, in the past 12 NFL Drafts, they’ve collectively traded up over 15 times. So, are they really going sit out Thursday night?


2019 New Orleans NFC Championship Odds

Sunday, January 20 2019
NFC Championship Game, No. 2 Los Angeles Rams defeated No. 1 New Orleans | 26 – 23 in New Orleans | Controversial final no call leads the Los Angles Rams into the Super Bowl 53, with a 3 point over time victory over the Saints, the first time in history both AFC & NFC championships have ended in over time (OT).

2019 New Orleans Divisional Round Odds

Sunday, January 13 2019
No. 6 Philadelphia eliminated by No. 1 New Orleans | 14 – 20 in New Orleans | The New Orleans Saints rallied to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles 20-14 Sunday in a NFC Divisional playoff game. The Saints advanced to the NFC Championship game, where they will host the Los Angeles Rams.


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