Sharp Action, Pro Systems Highlight Saints vs. Seahawks Betting Value

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  • Sharp bettors and Action Pro Systems agree on how to bet Sunday's Saints vs. Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET, CBS) NFL week 2 matchup.
  • We detail how bettors can follow smart money and take a historically-profitable position on Saints vs. Seahawks.

The weekend is inching closer, meaning there has been ample time for bettors to take positions and for Bet Labs data to update and produce system matches for Week 4 of the NFL season.

Using Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, we can track which NFL games are attracting interest from professional bettors.

In addition, our Action Pro Systems — powered by Bet Labs — trigger alerts for historically profitable betting angles and trends whenever a game meets the specific criteria of a winning system.

Odds above as of Wednesday afternoon and via PointsBet, where Action Network users can exclusively bet every NFL spread this season at reduced juice (-105).

While each of these tools is independent of the other when it comes to projecting value, there’s no denying that both smart money and historical data are aligned on how to bet Sunday’s Saints vs. Seahawks NFL matchup.

Action Pro Systems

According to our Bet Labs software, there are two unique angles suggesting that the Saints (+4.5) are the right side of their matchup with the Seahawks.

The Road Trips with Line Move Pro System highlights road teams that are undervalued by bettors due to a recent loss. In addition, this system keys in on conference opponents, which helps narrow any talent gaps because the teams are more familiar with each other’s personnel, coaching tendencies, etc.

This system is 95-53-1 (64.2%) ATS over the last 17+ NFL seasons.

The Saints also fit the Bet Against Public After Bad Game angle that finds value by betting on teams that struggled offensively in their previous game, but are also being undervalued by the betting public.

This system has produced a stellar 147-94-4 (61%) ATS record since 2003.

Smart Money

Not only are the historical numbers leaning toward New Orleans, but so are the pros. SI’s Bet Signals have lit up two Steam Moves on the Saints, marking two instances of market-moving money coming down on the road dogs.

In addition, the majority of bettors (74%) are taking the Seahawks, but 51% of dollars wagered have landed on the Saints, meaning that the biggest bets like New Orleans.

With sharps leveraging historical data to take a position with New Orleans, oddsmakers have knocked this number down from an opener of Saints +6 to the current consensus of +4.5.

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