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Seahawks Host Saints Monday Night Desperation Matchup Without Wilson

New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks Betting Information

Russell Wilson is Seattle’s Superman.  And that is reflected on the payroll and the team metrics.  However, Wilson is out of the lineup until December.  As a result, all of the Seahawk weaknesses are being exposed.  Seattle has been a one-man playground team for the past several seasons.  Wilson made them into a Super Bowl best bet with his dynamic play.  But NFL insiders and Wise Guys tired of the act.  Now the Seahawks are paying the price for neglecting complimentary football.  Meanwhile, New Orleans is getting decent production from the Jameis Winston project.

New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks Betting Information

Date: Monday, October 25, 2021
Time: 8:15 pm ET
Location: Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington
TV Coverage: ESPN

Saints vs. Seahawks Betting Odds

Saints -4 ( -110 ) 42½ ( -110 ) -210
Seahawks +4 ( -110 ) 42½ ( -110 ) +175
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New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks CashBet Wagering Analysis

Squares are not going to step into New Orleans without Russell Wilson.  In like manner, sharps don’t see much lipstick on the Seattle pig either.  Seattle was already a poor top online sportsbook value with Wilson in the lineup.  Gamblers grew fatigued of the Seahawk defense leaving the back door wide open.  Although the jury is still out in Winston, he’s exceeding expectations.  So far, that is.

Saints Go Marching In Packing a Winston  

Last week New Orleans was on a bye week.  Following a 33-22 win at Washington as 2.5-point favorites.  The game went over the Betting on Super Bowl total of 44.  As a result, New Orleans is 3-2 straight up, 3-2 against the spread, and 2-3 over/under.  New Orleans ranks 28th for total offense and 10th for scoring offense.  Defensively, the Saints rank 15th overall and 3rd for points allowed.

Jameis Winston connected with Marquez Callaway on a Hail Mary touchdown on the first half’s final play.  Accordingly, the Hail Mary was one of Winston’s four touchdown passes.  Winston overcame two turnovers to help the Saints.  In sum, Winston completed 15 of 30 passes for 279 yards.  Winston completed a 72-yard touchdown pass to Deonte Harris.  Subsequently, Harris departed with a hamstring injury.

Also, Winston connected with Callaway on the 49-yard Hail Mary TD. Late on, he found Callaway wide open from 12 yards out early in the fourth quarter.  And then he sent Washington fans home with a pass to Alvin Kamara that turned into a 19-yard score.  Also, Kamara had a 23-yard TD run, returned punts, and racked up 151 total yards.

Defenseless Seahawks Fail to Soar

Last week Seattle lost at Pittsburgh 23-20 as 5.5-point dogs.  The game went under the Super Bowl betting odds total of 43.5.  As a result, Seattle is 2-4 straight up, 3-3 against the spread, and 1-5 over/under.  Seattle ranks 22nd for total offense and 18th for scoring offense.  Defensively, the Seahawks rank 32nd overall and 20th for points allowed.

Pittsburgh’s TJ Watt strip-sacked Seattle quarterback Geno Smith late in overtime on Sunday night.  At the same time, Devin Bush pounced on the loose ball to set up Chris Boswell’s game-winning 36-yard field goal.  To summarize, Smith completed 23 of 32 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown.

New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks Against the Spread

On the road, New Orleans is 73% against the spread.  While in conference action, the Saints are 61% against the spread.

As an away team, New Orleans is 52% over the total.  Overall, the Saints are 52% over the total as in conference games.

At home, Seattle is 42% against the spread.  While in conference action, the Seahawks are 41% against the spread.

As a home team, Seattle is 55% under the total.  Overall, in conference games, the Seahawks are 55% under the total.

New Orleans is 5-2 against the spread vs. Seattle.  The Saints and Seahawks are 1-3 over/under the total.  Specifically, at Seattle, New Orleans is 2-0 vs. the odds against the Seahawks.  Further, these two teams are 1-2 over/under the Super Bowl betting total at Seattle.

New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks CashBet Free Pick  

To be exact, the loss of Wilson is too much of an NFL gambling liability.  Further, Seattle’s defense is atrocious.

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