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Nfl Betting – New Orleans Saints Win Total 2020

Video novid Featured Not Featured Language English Saints strong roster makes them a contender once again Oddsmakers project New Orleans regular season win total at 10.5 The Saints added Emmanuel Sanders in the offseason after he helped the Niners reach the Super Bowl Tougher schedule but Bookmaker's Phil Simon sees at least 12 regular season victories Bookmaker is offering a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000) *Up to $1600 welcome bonus*8% Horse Rebates on WINS and LOSSES*Payouts in just a few hours with certain funding methods *Highest betting limits on the Web *Accessible from most US states (prohibited in NJ) *Best in-play betting all NBA, NHL Playoffs games *In business since 1986LEARN MORE HERE It’s been a magical three-year run for the New Orleans Saints, who have won 37 games over that span with 13 victories in each of the last two campaigns. They have fallen short of the ultimate goal, however, thanks to crushing playoff losses. Do they have another run in them with Drew Brees getting up in age and the firestorm over his stance on the American flag during the offseason? They have a strong roster and should be a contender once again. Oddsmakers are thinking along the same lines with a projected win total of 10.5, tied with San Francisco for the highest in the NFC. New Orleans Saints Win Total Odds at Saints Over 10.5 Wins +104 Saints Under 10.5 Wins -125 2020 New Orleans Saints Offense Preview As has been the case since Brees and Sean Payton were united in the Big Easy, offense will dictate just how good the Saints are. And there really is nothing that makes us think they’ll slip in 2020. Brees is getting up there, but we’ve been saying that for the last three years. All he’s done is post some of the best numbers. The stats weren’t as eye-popping last year since Brees missed five games with a thumb injury. But he’s accurate with his throws and rarely turns the ball over. That’s been his MO over the years, and while the arm strength has deteriorated he’s made up for it with his intelligence. To make sure the offense continues to click, Brees is surrounded by a stellar cast of playmakers. There is of course Michael Thomas, who led the NFL with 149 receptions while being targeted an outrageous 185 times. Opposing defenses know what’s coming and they still have a hard time stopping it. The Saints added Emmanuel Sanders in the offseason after he helped the Niners reach the Super Bowl. Tre’Quan Smith had only 18 catches last year with five of them going for touchdowns. The passing game is bolstered by running back Alvin Kamara, who ranked second with 81 catches, and tight end Jared Cook, who ranked third with 43 receptions. They don’t run the ball much, but Kamara and Latavius Murray are up to the task when called upon behind an underrated line. 2020 New Orleans Saints Defense Preview A big reason for the team’s success the past three seasons was the play of the defense. The Saints went 7-9 each season from 2014-2016 with the group ranked near the bottom of the NFL in yards and points surrendered. They’ve been among the top-15 in both categories the last two years and the results were evident in the win/loss column. This side of the ball looks strong again heading into 2020. Cameron Jordan anchors a line that could be one of the most menacing in the league. Jordan had a career-high 15.5 sacks last season and he’s amassed 40.5 sacks over the last three years. David Onyemata was resigned after making an impression in his first season as a starter. I said the group could be one of the best, that’s if Marcus Davenport and Sheldon Rankins rebound from injuries. The secondary has a new look with Malcolm Jenkins back in the mix after a few years in Philadelphia. Janoris Jenkins proved a valuable pickup off waivers last season and forms one of the top corner duos along with Marshon Lattimore. The healthy return of Alex Anzalone and Kiko Alonso makes the group of linebackers one of the strongest. 2020 New Orleans Saints Schedule Analysis Three straight NFC South titles have New Orleans as the team to beat. While the division looks to be improved, especially in Tampa with Tom Brady now at the helm, the Saints are still the class of the group. They get an early test when Brady and the Bucs pay a visit on Opening Day. The schedule ahead of the Week 6 bye doesn’t appear to daunting with a home contest against Green Bay a showdown between NFC elite. There are some great matchups in the second half of the schedule starting with a tilt against NFC champion San Francisco in Week 10. A three-game road trip to Denver, Atlanta and Philadelphia precedes a Week 15 bout with the Super Bowl champion Chiefs. A rematch with the Vikings follows five days later on Christmas. Bet New Orleans Saints Win Total at The Saints had enough to bounce back after tough playoff defeats the previous two seasons and they’ll likely do it again. They have a well-rounded roster in all three phases with no glaring weaknesses. They were hit with injuries last season and had enough depth to win 13 games. The schedule looks tougher, but I can see this team winning at least 12 games. NFL Odds: New Orleans Saints OVER 10.5 Wins Access live betting lines from your mobile device at BookMaker sportsbook! Real-time spreads, totals, props and money line are all available so start betting with BookMaker today.   - Phil Simon, General Category Football News Topic Gambling News Sports Betting Sports NFL Image

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