NFL Pro Football 2015 New Orleans Saints Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2014 New Orleans Saints concluded a disappointing year with a record of 7-9 and failed to make the playoffs. They lost their first four road games of the season then turned around and won their final four road games. Five straight home losses late in the season to the 49ers, Bengals, Ravens, Panthers and Falcons cost the club a playoff berth as they were just a ½ game back of the eventual NFC South champion Carolina Panthers. The team took a hit in the off season as tight end Jimmy Graham got away and signed with the Seattle Seahawks.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the New Orleans Saints lined to win 9 games with under favored at -155 odds. Those playing on the Saints to win over 9 games will receive +125 odds.

The Saints were driven by an offense that ranked first in total yardage and third in passing. They posted 411 yards per contest and threw for 297 yards. It was the other side of the ball that failed New Orleans in 2014. They were 31st out of 32 teams on defense by surrendering 384 yards per game. They allowed 26 points a game ranking 28th in the league. Drew Brees the 15 year veteran is back under center. In 2014 he threw for 4952 yards with 33 touchdowns and 17 picks. Brees will be without one of his favorite targets in Graham and he is not easily replaceable with his size and length in the red zone. To help in the running game the Saints signed veteran running back C.J. Spiller. The former first round pick of the Buffalo Bills never reached his full potential. But in Buffalo in recent years many players didn’t and it may be more an organization issue than that of the player. So a change in location with a team that has had documented success over the years will answer the final question about Spiller’s potential in the NFL. Two of the first three Saints picks in the NFL draft were linebackers. A surprise pick in the third round for New Orleans was Colorado St quarterback Garrett Grayson. He had a good Senior Bowl so the Saints may be thinking about a future replacement for Drew Brees to draft a quarterback there since there is much help needed on defense.

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