Written by Sports Handicapper Bobby Wallace.
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The (4-1) SU, 3-2 ATS New Orleans Saints get back to business after having their bye week. New Orleans beat Washington on the Monday Night Football stage October 8th as a 6-point home FAVORITE ATS. Quarterback Drew Brees got an ovation after breaking the NFL passing record for total yards. New Orleans has the league top-ranked scoring offense at 36.0 ppg.
- OVER bettors have cashed in the Saints last four games following an SU win of more than 14 points.
- The OVER is 3-2 this season for New Orleans.
- New Orleans has covered their last 6 ATS of week seven of an NFL season.
- The OVER is 5-1 New Orleans last six after allowing opponents less than 90 yards rushing the previous game.
The (4-2) SU/ATS Baltimore Ravens are tied for first place with Cincinnati in the division. It’s the Ravens stoic defense against one of the best offenses in the NFL. Baltimore has won three of their last four SU, the latest a 21-0 shutout of Tennessee as a 2 and a half point road FAVORITE ATS. As usual, the Raven defense did a spectacular job holding the Titans offense to 106 total yards.
- UNDER bettors have made a profit the last four Ravens games.
- The OVER is 4-0 the last four meetings between the teams.
- Baltimore is 6-1-1 ATS their last eight vs. Teams with a winning record.
- The Ravens are 0-4 ATS their last four after giving up less than 150 yards passing in the previous game.
Kickoff will be Sunday, October 21, 2018. Game time is at 4:05 PM EST at M&T Bank Stadium near the inner harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. The FOX Television Network will be broadcasting.
The Betting Line has Baltimore three-point home FAVORITE ATS. The TOTAL is forty-nine and a half points for Sunday’s contest.
Saints head coach Sean Payton has his team on top of the NFC South division going into the third week of October. Fans in New Orleans still have a bad taste in their mouths after last season’s heartbreaking playoff loss in Minnesota. The third-ranked Saints offense averages 424.0 total yards per game and is led by playmakers Michael Thomas along with running back Alvin Kamara. Thomas is their only big-play threat and has 529 receiving yards with three touchdowns while Kamara who’s the most exciting player in the league has 351 receiving yards out of the backfield. Mark Ingram returns to help bolster a rushing attack that lacks consistency.
Dennis Allen is in charge of a unit that allows (369.0) total yards per game. However, the run defense holds the opposition to (71.4) yards per game which is number-one in the NFL. Second-year cornerback Marshon Lattimore is the best player in the secondary that allows 297.6 yards per game through the air, (30th) in the NFL.
The Saints won’t try to go toe to toe with Baltimore; they’ll need to spread the Ravens out and make some quick throws to Kamara to come away victorious.
Bovada.Lv list the New Orleans Saints at -275 to win the 2018-19 NFC South Division.
Baltimore got help from Pittsburgh who took care of Cincinnati last week and now the Ravens are tied for first place with the Bengals in the AFC North. Head Coach John Harbaugh drafted Lamar Jackson in the first round of the 2018 NFL draft which seemed to light a fire under quarterback Joe Flacco. Nobody will get the Ravens offense confused with the high-powered Saints but they’re scoring 25.5 ppg (12th) in the league. Flacco leads the ninth-ranked Ravens passing attack with 1,788 yards through the air. Since coming over from Seattle running back, Alex Collins has the confidence of Harbaugh with a team-high 271 yards on the ground on 76 attempts for a 3.6 yard per carry average.
The defense has always been the identity of the Ravens, and 2018 isn’t any different. Baltimore ranks number one allowing opponents (12.8) ppg and total yards per game 270.8. The leader is veteran Terrell Suggs who at 36-years of age is just as important to the Baltimore defense as Drew Brees is the Saints offense. Baltimore can get it done on all three levels of defense, and Harbaugh knows that’s what it’ll take Sunday.
A key for a Baltimore win is for Flacco to produce in the passing game; he’ll have help from the defense who’s looking forward to going against Brees.
Bovada.Lv, list the Baltimore Ravens at +130 to win the AFC North Title.
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