Buffalo and New Orleans are two teams that would be in the playoffs if they ended today. Buffalo is 6-4 and 5-5 ATS, while New Orleans is 5-5 and 5-5 ATS. The Saints opened as a 3 point underdog at home.
Buffalo Bills vs New Orleans Saints Betting Odds & Line Movement
The Bills have lost three straight games but are still the favorite with a 4.5-point spread going into Monday. The UNDER was also a popular selection in early betting, dropping the total as low as 46 at MyBookie.ag.
Notes On The Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills lost to the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday. Many people are asking if they are still a contender for the AFC Championship. They have played teams that are not good at all, but also played teams with winning records. They won against those bad teams, but lost against the winning ones.
The Bills lost because they couldn’t stop the other team from running. They also lost four times because they turned the ball over.
This is good for the Bills. They have done well when they play poorly. They are 3-0-1 ATS in the last 4 games, and 9-1-1 ATS in the last 11 games. It is also 5-1 SU and ATS in their last 6 prime time games.
Notes On The New Orleans Saints
The Saints have been doing well since Jameis Winston got injured. They haven’t won many games, but they have been playing hard. But the last few weeks were tough for them. They lost to Atlanta and Tennessee, and then were blown out by Philadelphia.
The Saints had a big deficit early in the game. They went to the air more than they wanted to because their quarterback was injured and their top player was not able to play.
Kamara might not play again after the team announced he wouldn’t practice if it were a regular week. If Kamara can’t play, we expect Mark Ingram to get a lot of carries. He had 88 yards on 16 carries against Philadelphia.
Can The Buffalo Bills Cover The Pointspread?
Buffalo’s defense is answering the bell when they lose a game. They have been good after a loss. They will play with lots of pride and focus on shutting down the run to make Siemian beat them through the air.
Can The New Orleans Saints Cover The Spread?
The Saints are 8-1-1 ATS in their last 10 games. They win when they play at home and people cheer for them. The Saints can stay committed to the ground game and rely on their defense while they have a lead or while they are within a score of the other team, because people will cheer for them.