Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The New Orleans Saints will be at home on Monday Night Football as they face the Washington Redskins. The Saints and Redskins get things started from New Orleans at 8:15PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New Orleans Saints favored by -6 ½ points with the over under line of 52 ½ points.

Washington comes off the bye week with a 2-1 record. Their wins have come at home to Green Bay and on the road to Arizona. Their lone loss came at home to Indianapolis 21-9. The Redskins have displayed good defensive play on the season limiting teams to 278 yards per game with only 187 in the passing game. The Redskins made the move to Alex Smith at quarterback as they allowed Kirk Cousins to leave in free agency. Smith has the reputation of being a game manager and a quarterback who takes good care of the football. The signal caller has one pick in his three games and is completing 68.8% of his passes with four touchdowns. Issue with Alex Smith has been his ability to throw the ball downfield. He has been labeled as the dink and dunk type. In 2018 Smith is averaging 8.0 yards per attempt. On defense Redskins are limiting opponents to 5.1 yards per attempt. Washington got good production from Adrian Peterson in their win against the Green Bay prior to the bye. Peterson ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns.

New Orleans host the Redskins with a 3-1 record. They have responded with three straight victories after their 48-40 home defeat to Tampa Bay in their opener. Wins came against the Browns at home with road wins at the Falcons and Giants. Saints have been exploited on defense in the passing game as opponents are completing 74.6% of their passes for 311 yards per game. Drew Brees is leading a Saints offense that is generating 418 yards per game with 6.5 per play. Brees is completing 75.5% of his passes for 313 yards per game.

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