New Orleans Saints versus New York Giants NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The 5-7 New Orleans Saints will try and keep their slim playoff hopes alive as they face the 7-5 New York Giants from NFL pro football on Sunday December 9th. The Saints and Giants will begin from New York at 4:25PM Eastern Time and FOX will provide the live TV coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home standing New York Giants favored by -4 ½ points and the over under line is set at 53 points. A money line wager made on the home team New York Giants will return -230 odds. Bettors who believe that the New Orleans Saints can brave the weather elements and come away with a straight up in against the New York Giants can take back +190 odds for their money line wager.

The Saints are in a desperate mode as they sit at 5-7 on the season and they trail the Seattle Seahawks by two games entering Sunday’s action for the sixth seed and the final playoff spot with four games remaining. Problem for the Saints is the fact the Seahawks are playing a downtrodden team on Sunday afternoon in the Arizona Cardinals making it difficult for New Orleans to gain ground this week. New Orleans faced the Giants last season and scored 49 points in victory. In their meeting in 2009 the Saints scored 48 points. Both meetings resulting in victories by New Orleans and point spread covers. This is a difficult stretch for New Orleans as they have lost two straight games against tough teams in San Francisco and Atlanta and must face an angry Giants team. New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees threw five interceptions in the loss to the Falcons on Thursday Night. In the loss to the 49ers two weeks ago both of Brees’ interceptions were returned for touchdowns which cost his team the game. New York has lost three of their past four games and in the process has given life to both the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins who entered play on Sunday just one game behind the Giants in the NFC East division.

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