Atlanta Falcons versus New Orleans Saints NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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A new NFL regular season begins and one of the best matchups scheduled will come from the NFC South division as the Atlanta Falcons will travel to battle their arch rival New Orleans Saints in pro football actions scheduled for Sunday September 8th. The Falcons and Saints will get things started from the Superdome in New Orleans at 1PM Eastern Time and FOX will provide the TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home club New Orleans Saints favored by -3 points with an over under line set at 54 points A money line play on the New Orleans Saints will return -165 odds. Bettors who believe than the Atlanta Falcons can win outright on Sunday can get back +145 odds for their money line wager.

The Saints will welcome back head coach Sean Payton to the team after missing the entire 2012 season with suspension. The team suffered through a miserable 7-9 season that felt more like 2-14 after a year of distractions that not only saw their head coach suspended but assistants as well in parts of 2012. The mission for Sean Payton is to turn around the defense the put up some of the worst numbers ever in NFL history. The Saints allowed 28 points a game but gave up 440 yards per contest. To try and fix this issue New Orleans welcomes Rob Ryan to the club as the defensive coordinator. In 2012 the Saints missed the playoffs for the first time in three seasons. Drew Brees has all his weapons back on offense that averaged 29 points and 411 yards last season. For Atlanta its now all about playoff success. The team has strung together a 13 win, 10 win and 14 win season the past three years and have a 1-3 playoff mark in that stretch never getting past the NFC Division round of the playoffs. The issue for the Falcons has been their pass rush and pass defense and it always bites them in the playoffs. To help in ball control the Falcons added former Ram running back Steven Jackson to the club in 2013.

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