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Ravens and Saints in Monday Night Football Betting Week 9

Ravens vs. Saints CashBet Wagering Analysis

Few gamblers believed New Orleans would continue to win without Drew Brees and Sean Payton.  To show, the Saints have fallen back to the pack.  And New Orleans isn’t likely to get back up for the foreseeable future.  In a similar way, Baltimore isn’t what it used to be.  But they still have Lamar Jackson as quarterback.  And Jackson is a true betting on NFL impact player and asset.  Baltimore lacks a stout defense that can hold leads.  Still, Baltimore remains in the thick of the AFC playoff race.  And their injured defense figures to improve.

NFL Betting:  Baltimore Ravens vs. New Orleans Saints Information

Date: Monday, November 7, 2022
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Location: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
TV Coverage: ESPN

Baltimore Ravens vs. New Orleans Saints Betting Odds

Ravens -2½ ( -110 ) 48 ( -110 ) -140
Saints +2½ ( -110 ) 48 ( -110 ) +120
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Ravens vs. Saints CashBet Wagering Analysis

New Orleans is a tough top online Sportsbook sell to the casual sector.  Squares are scared to step into the Ravens with an inconsistent Saints team.  At the same time, Baltimore maintains the brand of being a perennial playoff contender.  Baltimore boasts the best player on the field in 2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson.  And the betting public buys into that.  Wise guys will consider the Saints as a contrarian play.  

Resurgent Ravens Bust up the Brady Bunch

Last game, the Baltimore Ravens won 27-22 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as 2-point road dogs.  The game went over the Betting on football total of 46.5.  Baltimore has a record of 5-3 straight up, 3-4-1 against the spread, and 3-5 over/under the total.  Baltimore ranks 11th for total offense, 26th for passing, 2nd for rushing, and 5th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 24th overall, 28th against the pass, 5th against the rush, and 20th for points allowed.  Also, Baltimore ranks 13th for turnovers lost and 3rd for takeaways.

Lamar Jackson threw for 238 yards and a pair of second-half touchdowns.  The Ravens rallied Thursday night for a win over Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  Hence it gave Baltimore consecutive victories for the first time this season.

Jackson completed all eight passes after halftime.  And then the Ravens finished with 231 yards after only running the ball seven times in the first two quarters.  Jackson beat the 45-year-old Brady for the second time in as many career meetings.  Jackson directed TD drives of 77, 80, and 85 yards after Baltimore sputtered early and trailed 10-3.

The Ravens ran for all but 27 of its 231 yards rushing in the second half.  In comparison, Jackson finished 27 of 38 passes without an interception.  Including TD throws of 5 yards to Kenyon Drake and 10 yards to Isaiah Likely in the third quarter.

Saints Go Marching In Over Raiders B

Last game, the New Orleans Saints won 24-0 against the Las Vegas Raiders as 1-point home dogs.  The game went under the NFL bets total of 48.  New Orleans has a record of 3-5 straight up, 3-5 against the spread, and 5-3 over/under the total.  New Orleans ranks 5th for total offense, 8th for passing, 8th for rushing, and 7th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 10th overall, 13th against the pass, 14th against the rush, and 27th for points allowed.  Also, New Orleans ranks 30th for turnovers lost and 287th for takeaways

Alvin Kamara scored his first three touchdowns of the season.  In turn, the New Orleans’ defense was dominant over Las Vegas on Sunday.  Kamara converted short receptions into touchdowns of 36 and 16 yards.  Also, he rushed for a 3-yard score.

Andy Dalton justified the Saints’ decision to start him for a fifth straight game.  Despite season-opening starter Jameis Winston having recovered enough from back and ankle injuries to be a full participant in practice.  In sum, Dalton was 22 of 30 for 229 yards and two TDs.  His top receiver was Kamara, with nine receptions for 96 yards.

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Last week the Saints played a near-perfect game by their standards.  Baltimore is improving and will be a better NFL Betting odds value on the road.

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