Saints vs Ravens Odds and Week 7 NFL Preview
If you are looking for an interesting contrast in terms of strengths and weaknesses on this week’s NFL schedule, look no further than a game that will be taking place at M&T Bank Stadium this weekend, as the Baltimore Ravens will play host to the New Orleans Saints. Kickoff time is 4:05 PM ET, and while CBS is televising it, VietBet customers will have the opportunity to place wagers, even while the event is in progress, using the state-of-the-art software from Live Betting Ultra.
Saints vs Ravens Odds:
In the pro football betting odds that have been posted on this game by the folks at VietBet, the Ravens are a relatively short favorite at home:
Baltimore Ravens -2.5 (-115)
New Orleans Saints +2.5 (-105)
Over 49 points -110
Under 49 points -110
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Saints vs Ravens Odds – CJ’s Take
If you were watching the Saints the last time they were in action, you witnessed Brees breaking the all-time NFL passing yardage record and doing so in style, with a long touchdown pass to wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith. Yes, the Saints can run up big numbers when they are indoors and on their familiar fast track. But what can they do when they are away from home? Well, we have to do is look up the answer – they have actually covered seven of the last 10 instances when they have traveled.
Now Brees has another milestone to shoot for, as the next touchdown pass he throws will be his 500th. But will that come against a Baltimore defense that is best in the NFL in terms of yards allowed per drive? This is just part of the intrigue that surrounds this matchup.
Even at the age of 38, Brees’ numbers still astound. He has completed 78% of his passes for 8.7 yards per attempt, and while he has tossed 11 touchdowns, he has not yet thrown an interception. He’s not the only MVP candidate on the New Orleans roster; Alvin Kamara, the dual-purpose running back, has accounted for 650 yards from scrimmage, and now Mark Ingram has come back from his suspension; his effect will be felt more and more as the season progresses. If the aforementioned Smith can show some inconsistency, he is going to be a great complement to Michael Thomas, who already has 519 yards in receptions.
Of course, the New Orleans defense is quite another story, as they have permitted opposing quarterbacks to complete 71% of their passes for 8.6 yards an attempt. Joe Flacco is not always on the mark, but he has the kind of arm that could damage this defense going down the field. The problem with the Ravens is that they just don’t run the ball very well, gaining just 3.4 yards per carry, and they have never really successfully addressed that.
This game comes down to whether Baltimore can slow Brees down. And they have a legitimate defense, allowing a microscopic 5.3 yards per pass attempt, restricting opponents to only 26.5% success on third down. Inasmuch as Brees has always been great at improvisation, and the New Orleans defense has shown a little bit more of an inclination to slow down opponents in recent weeks (just 37 points allowed the last two games), we would ourselves be inclined to grab the points here.
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By Charles Jay