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Next Saints Game

Game Details
@ Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore
location pin
Sat 8/1411:00 PM

Ravens vs Saints Odds

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SpreadTotalMoneyline
BAL
-2.5
-117
u35.5
-105
-145
NO
+2.5
+103
o35.5
-117
+125

Saints Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Chris Hogan

    WR

    Chris Hogan (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

  • Patrick Robinson

    CB

    Patrick Robinson (Hamstring) is out this week.

    Out

  • Latavius Murray

    RB

    Latavius Murray (Quad) is out this week.

    Out

  • Taysom Hill

    QB

    Taysom Hill (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Saints 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 29thARI----
Aug 24thJAC----
Aug 14th@BAL-+2.535.5+125

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBDrew BreesJameis Winston
RBLatavius MurrayTy Montgomery
WRMichael Thomas
WREmmanuel SandersTre'Quan Smith
TEJared CookAdam Trautman
LTTerron Armstead
LGAndrus PeatDerrick Kelly
CErik McCoyWilliam Clapp
RGCesar RuizNick Easton
RTRyan RamczykEthan Greenidge
LDECameron JordanCarl Granderson
RDEMarcus DavenportTrey Hendrickson
MLBAlex AnzaloneCraig Robertson
LCBJanoris JenkinsJustin Hardee
SSMalcolm JenkinsChauncey Gardner-JohnsonJuantavius Gray
FSMarcus WilliamsP.J. WilliamsD.J. Swearinger
RCBMarshon LattimorePatrick Robinson
HThomas MorsteadTaysom Hill
PRAlvin Kamara
KRDeonte HarrisMarquez Callaway
LSZach Wood
FJosh HillMichael Burton
DTMalcom BrownShy TuttleMalcolm Roach
SAMKaden EllissZack Baun
WILLDemario DavisChase Hansen
KOWil Lutz
DTDavid OnyemataSheldon Rankins

New Orleans Saints Player Stats

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New Orleans Saints

It's a new era in the New Orleans Saints franchise, as longtime quarterback Drew Brees announced his retirement from football during the offseason. Be it Taysom Hill, Jameis Winston, or another QB, the Saints will look to move on with a still-talented roster on both sides of the ball.

The Saints might struggle to keep pace with their 2020 success, which saw them finish 12-4 and win the NFC South, but oddsmakers are still expecting a solid 2021 season. See all of the Saints odds above, as well as their full schedule, depth charts on all sides of the ball, key injuries, team trends, and more.

New Orleans Saints Point Spreads

Last season the Saints had an average margin of victory of 9.1 points, the second-highest mark in the league behind the Ravens. And that was good enough for a positive 9-7 record against-the-spread (ATS).

Spread bets, if you're unaware, are super common wager types that are all about that margin of victory. If you bet on the Saints, you'll often need them to not just win a game outright, but win it by enough points.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Saints game:

  • Saints -7.5 (-110)
  • Falcons +7.5 (-110)

The Saints in this spot are 7.5-point favorites over the Falcons, and you can tell they're the favorites because of the minus sign (-). This means a bet on the Saints spread would cash only if New Orleans beat Atlanta by eight or more points -- a touchdown lead wouldn't be enough. If Falcons won outright or merely lost by seven or fewer points, that side of the spread would cash.

New Orleans Saints Over/Unders

The Saints last year were one of the best "over" teams in the league, as that side of totals hit in 10 of 16 games. Over/under bets, also called totals, are simply wagers on how many points will be scored in the game. You can bet single team totals -- for example, how many points the Saints will score -- but the most common bet is based on both teams' scoring output.

For example, say the Saints and Buccaneers game had a total of 55 points. If you bet the over, you're saying that the two teams will combine for 56 or more points; if you bet the under, you're hoping for 54 or fewer points. If the game happened to land on exactly 55, neither side would lose money on the bets.

New Orleans Saints Moneylines

Let's say you're incredibly confident the Saints will win the game, but you're not sure if they can cover the spread. There's a bet type for you, which is the moneyline, and it's simply a wager on which team will win. A bet on the Saints moneyline would cash if they won, be it by three points or 30.

The odds can be a little weird to read, but think of them like the "juice" of a spread bet, which are commonly -110 on both sides. That means you have to pay $11 for every $10 you want to win. Moneylines will be different numbers, but the idea is the same: If the Saints moneyline was -230, you'd have to pay $23 for every $10 you want to win. If it was +150, you'd profit $15 on every $10 spent on the bet.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

New Orleans Saints Props

Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas has long since been one of the studs of fantasy football. If you're more interested in player performance rather than the overall team, player props are your ideal bet. They're exactly that: Bets on the statistical performance of just a single player.

Some Saints props that might interest you in 2020 include Thomas to catch over/under a set amount of passes, Alvin Kamara to score a touchdown, and many, many more.

Saints Futures

The Saints weren't able to send Drew Brees into the sunset of retirement with a Super Bowl, but that doesn't mean they can't be in contention this year. You can bet on it if you want, and those bets are called futures, which refer to wagers on end-of-season outcomes.

Some examples of Saints futures are the Saints to win the Super Bowl, New Orleans to take home the NFC South crown again, Michael Thomas to lead the league in receiving yards, and more.

Next Saints Game

Game Details
@ Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore
location pin
Sat 8/1411:00 PM

Ravens vs Saints Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
BAL
-2.5
-117
u35.5
-105
-145
NO
+2.5
+103
o35.5
-117
+125

Saints Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Chris Hogan

    WR

    Chris Hogan (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

  • Patrick Robinson

    CB

    Patrick Robinson (Hamstring) is out this week.

    Out

  • Latavius Murray

    RB

    Latavius Murray (Quad) is out this week.

    Out

  • Taysom Hill

    QB

    Taysom Hill (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Best Saints Betting Sites

New Orleans Saints

It's a new era in the New Orleans Saints franchise, as longtime quarterback Drew Brees announced his retirement from football during the offseason. Be it Taysom Hill, Jameis Winston, or another QB, the Saints will look to move on with a still-talented roster on both sides of the ball.

The Saints might struggle to keep pace with their 2020 success, which saw them finish 12-4 and win the NFC South, but oddsmakers are still expecting a solid 2021 season. See all of the Saints odds above, as well as their full schedule, depth charts on all sides of the ball, key injuries, team trends, and more.

New Orleans Saints Point Spreads

Last season the Saints had an average margin of victory of 9.1 points, the second-highest mark in the league behind the Ravens. And that was good enough for a positive 9-7 record against-the-spread (ATS).

Spread bets, if you're unaware, are super common wager types that are all about that margin of victory. If you bet on the Saints, you'll often need them to not just win a game outright, but win it by enough points.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Saints game:

  • Saints -7.5 (-110)
  • Falcons +7.5 (-110)

The Saints in this spot are 7.5-point favorites over the Falcons, and you can tell they're the favorites because of the minus sign (-). This means a bet on the Saints spread would cash only if New Orleans beat Atlanta by eight or more points -- a touchdown lead wouldn't be enough. If Falcons won outright or merely lost by seven or fewer points, that side of the spread would cash.

New Orleans Saints Over/Unders

The Saints last year were one of the best "over" teams in the league, as that side of totals hit in 10 of 16 games. Over/under bets, also called totals, are simply wagers on how many points will be scored in the game. You can bet single team totals -- for example, how many points the Saints will score -- but the most common bet is based on both teams' scoring output.

For example, say the Saints and Buccaneers game had a total of 55 points. If you bet the over, you're saying that the two teams will combine for 56 or more points; if you bet the under, you're hoping for 54 or fewer points. If the game happened to land on exactly 55, neither side would lose money on the bets.

New Orleans Saints Moneylines

Let's say you're incredibly confident the Saints will win the game, but you're not sure if they can cover the spread. There's a bet type for you, which is the moneyline, and it's simply a wager on which team will win. A bet on the Saints moneyline would cash if they won, be it by three points or 30.

The odds can be a little weird to read, but think of them like the "juice" of a spread bet, which are commonly -110 on both sides. That means you have to pay $11 for every $10 you want to win. Moneylines will be different numbers, but the idea is the same: If the Saints moneyline was -230, you'd have to pay $23 for every $10 you want to win. If it was +150, you'd profit $15 on every $10 spent on the bet.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

New Orleans Saints Props

Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas has long since been one of the studs of fantasy football. If you're more interested in player performance rather than the overall team, player props are your ideal bet. They're exactly that: Bets on the statistical performance of just a single player.

Some Saints props that might interest you in 2020 include Thomas to catch over/under a set amount of passes, Alvin Kamara to score a touchdown, and many, many more.

Saints Futures

The Saints weren't able to send Drew Brees into the sunset of retirement with a Super Bowl, but that doesn't mean they can't be in contention this year. You can bet on it if you want, and those bets are called futures, which refer to wagers on end-of-season outcomes.

Some examples of Saints futures are the Saints to win the Super Bowl, New Orleans to take home the NFC South crown again, Michael Thomas to lead the league in receiving yards, and more.