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NFL Week 9 Betting: Saints vs. Buccaneers Odds, Predictions and Picks

New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL betting odds and preview

On opening day at New Orleans, the Saints seemed to set a tone.  Specifically, New Orleans scored a 34-23 NFL betting win and payout over Tampa Bay.  Tom Bray’s Buccaneer debut was a flop.  Brady was immediately written off as beholden to Bill Belichick and the Patriots.   However, two months later the tables have turned.  The Brady Bunch has become one of the most attractive teams on the NFL board.  While the Saints have been in and out.  New Orleans has struggled to make big plays on offense.  Inconsistency has plagued their defense too. Sunday Night’s feature has everything!

New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Information

Date: Sunday, November 08, 2020
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
TV Coverage: NBC

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Odds

Saints +4½ (-110) 51 (-105) +192
Buccaneers -4½ (-110) 51 (-115) -230
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New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers CashBet Wagering Analysis

On this occasion sportsbook, odds handle should stay relatively even.  Squares will flock to the home chalk.

Saints Step Up with Improved Play

New Orleans is coming off a 26-23 overtime win at Chicago.  But the Saints didn’t pay as 5.5-point chalks.  Over the total of 41 got the money too.  Chicago took a 13-3 lead late in the second quarter before the Saints roared to life.  Wil Lutz won the game with a 35-yard field goal in the extra session.  Overall New Orleans outgained the Bears 394-329.  The Saints defense collected five sacks.  Drew Brees threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns.

Now New Orleans is 5-2 straight up, 2-5 vs. the odds, and 7-0 over the total.  The Saints rank 10th for total offense and seventh for scoring.  Defensively New Orleans ranks eighth overall, and 23rd for points allowed.  Fashion how bad the Saints Betting on NFL value has become.

Buccaneers Take the Lead of NFC South

Last Monday Tampa Bay beat the Giants 25-23 as 13-point road overlays with the game going over 47.  Tampa Bay is 6-2 straight up, 4-4 against the spread with 5-3 over the total.  First place in the NFC South belongs to the Buccaneers.  New Orleans trails the Bucs by half a game.

Tampa Bay ranks 14th in the NFL for total offense and fourth for scoring.  Defensively the Buccaneers rank third overall and seventh for points allowed.  So too does Tampa Bay rank third for takeaways.  Tampa Bay has become a popular pro football betting choice with the masses.

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Against the Spread

Overall, the Saints are 23-18 against the spread in all games.  New Orleans has gone 14-4 vs. the line on the road.  And is 8-6 vs. the odds in NFC South matchups.  As dogs, the Saints are 7-1 on the board.  Meanwhile, New Orleans is 22-19 over the total.  On the road, New Orleans is 9-9 over and under.  Against NFC South teams the Saints are 9-5 over the total.

Tampa Bay has only 16 payouts in their last 39 total games.  In turn, the Bucs have paid in only six of their last 18 home games.  NFC South games show Tampa Bay is 6-8 vs. the odds. Tampa Bay is 25-14 over the total in their last 39 games.  At home, the Buccaneers are 10-8 over the number.  And then in NFC South games, Tampa Bay has gone over in 11 of their last 14 matchups.

Accordingly, the Saints have paid in six of their last eight games against the Buccaneers.  Five of the last six meetings between these two teams have gone over the football betting total.  New Orleans has covered their last two visits to Tampa Bay.  While two of the last three games between these teams at Raymond James Stadium went over.

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers CashBet Free Pick  

New Orleans makes for an outstanding NFL gambling contrarian play.  As mentioned earlier the Saints pay in this series.

Saints at Buccaneers CashBet Best Bet: 

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