New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Betting Odds
The New Orleans Saints Super Bowl betting odds are about as good of a bet you can make this season. The Saints are coming off a 13-3 season, where they finished as the number one seed in the NFC. Over the last decade, the Saints have been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL and making them one of the safest Super Bowl bets this season. Last season, the Saints had the second-best run defense in the NFL only giving up 80.2 rushing yards per game. If the Saints are going to compete for a Super Bowl title, the defense will have to consistently play at an elite level against opposing running games.
The Saints are one of the most complete teams in the NFL and they should be in the hunt to not only make the playoffs but make the NFC Championship game as well. The Saints defense has improved drastically and was led by defensive end Cameron Jordan, who had 12 sacks last season and should post better stats this season. The Saints will be one of the most exciting teams to follow this season and should be making a lot of bettors some money before the Super Bowl. Continue to check here throughout the season for the most up to date New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Betting Odds.excitement.
The New Orleans Saints Super Bowl 54 betting odds are near the top of the odds boards. The odds certainly support the Saints' Super Bowl LIV aspirations and they should be one of the team’s leading the pack in the NFC playoff race this season. The Saints have one of the best offenses in the league and running back Alvin Kamara is a major part of this offense’s success. Last season Kamara had 883 rushing yards adding in the 81 catches for 709 yards with 18 total touchdowns, it’s easy to see why he is such a major contributor to the New Orleans Saints offense. The Saints will need to keep giving the Kamara the ball if they want to bring the Lombardi trophy back to New Orleans.
The New Orleans Saints NFC Championship odds opened as the shortest in the NFC. The Saints won the NFC South division last year and are poised to repeat again, guaranteeing the team a spot in the playoffs. The Saints offense will feature star wide receiver Michael Thomas who led the NFL in receptions with 125 and added 1,405 receiving yards along with nine touchdowns. The Saints high powered offense will have many defensive coordinators frustrated trying to game plan a way to stop the Saints' offensive weapons.
If the Saints defense can generate turnovers and keep putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks, then the Saints might be one of the best teams in the NFL. The Saints defense might be the most underrated aspect of this team, as Cameron Jordan and cornerback Marshon Lattimore both have made the Pro Bowl before and will continue to be paramount to the success of the New Orleans Saints defense. Playing in the NFC South division, the Saints will need to lean on their defense to make it back to the NFC Conference Championship game for the second straight year. If you place a bet on the New Orleans Saints NFC championship odds, you’re more than likely going to end the season with a profitable bet. Same could hold true for their Super Bowl betting odds.