The biggest game from week thirteen of the NFL will go off on Monday Night Football as the 9-2 New Orleans Saints hit the road to battle the 10-1 Seattle Seahawks on December 2nd. The Saints and Seahawks will get things started from Seattle at 8:40PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.
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The current odds available at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Seattle Seahawks favored by -5 points with an over under line set at 47 points. Those who play on Seattle on the money line will lay -235 odds with the return on New Orleans at +195 odds on the money line.
A look at the playoff positioning in the NFC Conference and we find the Seattle Seahawks currently the top seed in the NFC with the Saints the number two seed. This game can go far into deciding home field advantage throughout the playoffs this year. The home field has been very good to both New Orleans and Seattle as the Saints are a perfect 6-0 at home while Seattle is 5-0 playing in front of the home folks. The last meeting between these clubs were three seasons ago in the playoffs where the Seahawks relied on their stout running game to earn a 41-36 victory at home and advancing in the playoffs with the total going over 45 ½ points. The Saints faced a team with a strong running game in the New York Jets this year on the road back on November 3rd with New Orleans dropping a 26-20 decision as a -6 point favorite. The noise element will be an issue because Seattle is one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL. New Orleans has been held to 20 or less points in three of their five road games this season. Their last game was a Thursday night contest on November 21st where they win 17-13 at Atlanta as a -7 ½ point favorite. Seattle posts the number two rated defense in the NFL by giving up 293 yards per game. The Seahawks are #2 in scoring with nearly 28 points scored per contest.