2019 New Orleans Saints Betting - Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV

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New Orleans Saints Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV

The New Orleans Saints scored one of the most amazing wins of the young 2019 NFL betting season when they stormed back in the final seconds to snatch the 30-28 victory from the jaws of defeat against the Houston Texans. Now that Sean Payton has a win under his belt, he’ll take his team out to Tinseltown where a grudge match with the Los Angeles Rams will be bantered about by the media ad nauseum. Early betting results find most of the action filtering in on the Saints since the line hit the board following their last second triumph against the Texans.

2019 New Orleans Saints at a Glance

Saints Super Bowl Odds: +900

Saints NFC Championship Odds: +380

New Orleans Saints Week 2 Matchup Odds

New Orleans Saints +3

Los Angeles Rams -3

Total: 54

New Orleans Saints Week 2 Preview

Linemakers initially opened the Saints up 3-point underdogs in their Week 2 showdown with the Rams. Though the line is yet to move off the betting line and likely won’t, a decided 68 percent of the handle has forced NFL bettors to now pay a price to put that field goal in their back pocket. The total has seen some line movement however with it down to 53 from the 54 point opener with 56 percent of the bets written to this point in support of a low scorer playing out.

Remember, these teams played to two very different results in their pair of meetings a season ago. New Orleans won an all-out shootout at home 45-35 as 2-point underdogs, but then overtime was needed to see 49 points hit the board in the playoff rematch. A game the Rams controversially won 26-23 as 3-point underdogs.

The Rams had all kinds of issues containing Christian McCaffrey last week when the ultra-back combined for 209 total scrimmage yards and a pair of touchdowns. That opens the door for Alvin Kamara to have an exceptional outing after racking up 169 scoreless yards against Houston on Monday night. He was brilliant in the pair of meetings with the Rams last season in combining for 227 total yards and 3 TD. That said, his explosive playmaking abilities were minimized in the playoffs when he only rushed for 15 yards on eight carries but led the team with 96 scoreless receiving yards on a whopping 11 receptions. Should LA decide to shut everyone else down and let Kamara go wild, he’ll need to make the Rams pay even more for making that decision this time around.

These excelled NFC rivals have crossed paths four times since 2016. The home team covered and came out the outright victor in three of those meetings. New Orleans went 7-1 on the road a season ago and fattened their supporter’s bankrolls up by covering all but two of those games. Under bettors also made a mint during that stretch with six of the eight games combining for low scorers. In the two games they went off the board dogged by 3-points or less, the Saints beat both the Falcons (43-37) and Ravens (24-23) with the over just failing to cash in both contests.

New Orleans Saints Week 1 Recap

Those that bet the over in the first half of Monday Night Football’s double dip were no doubt found sulking once the first 30 minutes were in the books. The game total closed at 52 yet the Texans and Saints only combined for 17 first half points. Hopefully they bet the over in the second half! That’s when Drew Brees and company erupted with a pair of touchdown strikes in the third quarter when Latavius Murray took one to the house from 30-yards out, and Brees connected with Taysom Hill for a 9-yard pass and catch. DeAndre Hopkins caught his second touchdown of the game as well allowing Houston to take a 21-17 lead with it into the final quarter to give over bettors a shot at cashing a ticket.

The fireworks didn’t stop there! New Orleans kept the Texans off the board the entire fourth quarter and only needed to make one last stop with under a minute left to secure the win. However, it took Deshaun Watson all of two plays to silence the Superdome crowd. He connected with Hopkins on a huge strike downfield, and then finished the drive off on the very next play when the Saints defense allowed newcomer Kenny Stills to get in back of it for a 37-yard scoring strike that put Houston back in front 28-27. Brees had 37 seconds to get his team into field goal range, and thanks to some questionable defense by the Texans in the late stages, he did just that. Will Lutz went on to bang through a career-high 58-yard field goal to send an exhilarated Superdome crowd into pandemonium.

"I knew it was in. I'm confident in my operation, I'm confident in what I do and all I wanted was redemption after that miss to go into half, and that's what it's about."

As fantastic a win it proved to be, there were still some glaring issues in the Saints overall body of work. Once again, New Orleans’ secondary proved to be porous. It allowed Hopkins to simply do as he pleased reeling in eight of 13 targets and turning them into 111 yards and a couple scores. The No. 2 ranked rush defense of a year ago also allowed the Texans to rack up 180 yards on the ground and average 7.8 yards per carry. Neither of those two outputs will serve them well heading into the revenge match with the Rams in Week 2 and defensive coordinator Dennis Allen knows there’s plenty of work needed to be done to get the unit ready to deal with Goff and company.

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2019 New Orleans Saints Betting Schedule

WEEK MATCHUP DATE / TIME TV
Week 1 Saints vs. Houston Texans Monday, Sept. 9, 7:10 p.m. ET ESPN
Week 2 Saints at Los Angeles Rams Sunday, Sept. 15, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 3 Saints at Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Sept. 22, 4:25 p.m. ET CBS
Week 4 Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys Sunday, Sept. 29, 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
Week 5 Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday, Oct. 6, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 6 Saints at Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, Oct. 13, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 7 Saints at Chicago Bears Sunday, Oct. 20, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 8 Saints vs. Arizona Cardinals Sunday, Oct. 27, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 9 BYE - -
Week 10 Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons Sunday, Nov. 10, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 11 Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday, Nov. 17, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 12 Saints vs. Carolina Panthers Sunday, Nov. 24, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 13 Saints at Atlanta Falcons Thursday, Nov. 28, 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
Week 14 Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Dec. 8, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 15 Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts Monday, Dec. 16, 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN
Week 16 Saints at Tennessee Titans Sunday, Dec. 22, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 17 Saints at Carolina Panthers Sunday, Dec. 29, 1 p.m. ET FOX

Past New Orleans Saints Seasons

YEAR RECORD PLAYOFFS
2018 13-3 Lost Conference Championship
2017 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
2016 7-9 None
2015 7-9 None
2014 7-9 None
2013 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
2012 7-9 None
2011 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2010 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round
2009 13-3 Won Super Bowl
2008 8-8 None
2007 7-9 None
2006 10-6 Lost Conference Championship
2005 3-13 None
2004 8-8 None
2003 8-8 None
2002 9-7 None
2001 7-9 None
2000 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
Full List
1999 3-13 None
1998 6-10 None
1997 6-10 None
1996 3-13 None
1995 7-9 None
1994 7-9 None
1993 8-8 None
1992 12-4 Lost Wild Card Round
1991 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round
1990 8-8 Lost Wild Card Round
1989 9-7 None
1988 10-6 None
1987 12-3 Lost Wild Card Round
1986 7-9 None
1985 5-11 None
1984 7-9 None
1983 8-8 None
1982 4-5 None
1981 4-12 None
1980 1-15 None
1979 8-8 None
1978 7-9 None
1977 3-11 None
1976 4-10 None
1975 2-12 None
1974 5-9 None
1973 5-9 None
1972 2-11-1 None
1971 4-8-2 None
1970 2-11-1 None
1969 5-9 None
1968 4-9-1 None
1967 3-11 None

The Saints are to the NFL what the Chicago Cubs are to Major League baseball. The lovable losers joined the league as an expansion team for the 1967 season and struggled to find success. They won no more than five games in any of their first 11 seasons before a breakthrough 7-9 campaign in 1978. The following season they finished at .500 for the first time, but things regressed quickly. In 1980 the Saints experienced the worst season in franchise history going 1-15.

It took a few more years before the Saints finally experienced their first winning season and playoff berth. Under Jim Mora, the 1987 team went 12-3 winning its final nine regular season games. Hosting Minnesota in the Wild Card Round, the Saints tumbled 44-10. The Saints would go the next six seasons without a losing record, but that first playoff win proved elusive. In three consecutive seasons from 1990-1992, they would lose their first playoff game.

That first playoff win finally came 33 years after the team was born. During the 2000 campaign, the Saints won their second division title and defeated the St. Louis Rams in a wild card matchup. It would be another five seasons before they returned to the postseason.

In Sean Payton’s first season the Saints won their first NFC South title and advanced to the conference championship for the first time. Two years later, all the frustration was put aside when the club hoisted the Lombardi Trophy following a win over the Colts in Super Bowl XLIV. Under Peyton the Saints have been a perennial threat winning at least 10 games seven times, claiming five NFC South titles and reaching the playoffs seven times. Peyton became the franchise leader in wins during the 2016 season.

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