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The Saints are eager to bounce back against the Packers

Written by Matt Stevens   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 20:32
New Orleans Saints vs Green Bay Packers oddsThe Saints are very eager to clinch a win when they take on the Packers at home on Sunday night on their Week 8 showdown that is eagerly anticipated by fans and price per head agents all over the country. New Orleans had a very poor 2-4 start, but the team wants to bounce back when they face Green Bay, who are only 1-9 ATS in their last 10 games on the road before they have a week off.

Many sportsbooks opened New Orleans’ betting line with the Saints being the favorites by 1.5 points. The total was placed at 55.

In the NFC North, Green Bay seem to be leading the division, as they are tied with the Lions. The Packers would like to go into their bye week winning five games in a row, but many experts believe that they’ll have a very difficult time when they take on the Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Packers ended up losing their first two games on the road when they took on the Seahawks and Lions, but were able to win their past two meetings with the Bears and Dolphins, and this should give the team a certain degree of confidence when they play on the road. Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers did an excellent job on the field in all of the games that his team won, as he was able to complete almost 71% of all of his passes with no interceptions made and 13 TD’s.

The Saints could be having plenty of struggles with their game, but they still belong to a division in which a team is put in first place with a mark of .500. New Orleans are going after the Panthers, and the team should have won when they took on the Lions, but they still did a good enough job on the field to cover.

The Saints are currently 4-0 ATS in their last four meetings played at home against teams in the NFC North, and in their last 29 clashes at home as favorites they are 23-5-1 against the line. The Saints have a very high level and a great team that shouldn’t have lost so many times at this point in the season, and many PerHead.eu agents believe that at home they should be able to properly bounce back, but all that can be done right now is to wait and see what will happen when Sunday arrives.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 November 2018 23:26
 
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