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Fireworks should be flying on the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football betting battle at the Georgia Dome, as the Atlanta Falcons play host to the high flying New Orleans Saints.
It’s not do or die time for the Saints, but it’s certainly getting close to that. The team already has six losses this year, and it doesn’t seem like much more than maybe one more could be afforded to still get into the playoffs.
The New Orleans Saints and the San Francisco 49ers are very likely going to be playoff foes down the line in this postseason, and if that’s the case, this is going to make for a great preview to that on Thanksgiving Sunday, as the two meet up in NFL betting action in the Bayou.
The Atlanta Falcons are unbeaten halfway through the season. Atlanta has been a great regular season team over the last couple years, but they haven’t been able to have any success in the playoffs. The Falcons are looking to put it all together this year. The team they take on this week may be 3-5, but the New Orleans Saints are clearly a very dangerous team. Look for a great game in the SuperDome this Sunday.
The last two teams of the week to kick it off on Monday Night Football betting action this week are the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles. Check out some of the NFL prop bets that are available at BetDSI, as we analyze the betting lines and see which sides to play.
This season has certainly not gone as planned for Philadelphia and it appears to be getting worse by the week with a three-game losing streak heading into Monday night’s game. The Eagles 30-17 loss to Atlanta last Sunday as three-point home favorites dropped them to 3-4 straight-up and a costly 1-5-1 against the spread. The total has gone OVER in their last two games.
Head coach Andy Reid tried to fix the defense by firing his coordinator and it gave-up 30 points to the Falcons.
The Saints held off Tampa Bay last Sunday to preserve a 35-28 victory as one-point road favorites to improve to 2-4 straight-up and 3-3 against the spread. New Orleans’ high-flying offense has helped take the total OVER in five of its first six games.
Even without a head coach, Drew Brees and Co. have had little problem putting points on the board and the offense as a whole is ranked third in the league in scoring with an average of 29.3 points a game.
Two teams that are in the gutter right now in the NFC South are going to meet in NFL betting action on Sunday, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the New Orleans Saints at Raymond James Stadium.
New Orleans is getting a ton of public action this week, and that’s hoping that QB Drew Brees is going to have another big time game.
There are no concerns about a slow start for San Diego this season with three straight-up victories in its first four games and a 3-1 record against the spread as well. The only setback was an ugly 27-3 loss to Atlanta as three-point favorites at home, but the Chargers won their other three games by a combined 43 points.
Their offense, behind a revitalized Philip Rivers at quarterback, has been very efficient with the ball.
If there was ever any question of head coach Sean Payton’s value to his team before, it is surely been answered in the Saints shocking 0-3 start to the season. They have now lost to Washington, Carolina, and Kansas City as favorites in each game while getting outscored by a total of 19 points.
It has been a mess so far on both sides of the ball. All-Pro quarterback Drew Brees has completed less than 55 percent of his passes and has been picked off five times after throwing just 14 interceptions all last season.
The Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints both started off the campaign with bad losses in NFL betting action last week. One will be knocked down to 0-2 when these two squads meet on Tobacco Road in an NFC South rivalry game in Week 2.
New Orleans was shockingly bad on both sides of the ball last week against the Washington Redskins. The team went three and out a whopping three times in its first four drives,