Bucs-Saints Betting Line, Daily Fantasy Sports Picks

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Mary Montgomery
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Bucs-Saints Betting Line, Free Picks

Gambling911.com has your Bucs-Saints betting line and Daily Fantasy Sports picks for Week 2.

New Orleans was a -9.5 home favorite and many are probably wondering why.  Despite how bad the Bucs looked in Week 1, the Saints were not very impressive either.

Furthermore, with the exception of one game, four of five in this series have been won by under the current spread.

That being said, Tampa Bay does come into this game 0-5 Straight Up in their last 5 games when playing New Orleans though the Saints are 0-5 ATS in its last 5 games at home.

This will likely be a day for Drew Brees $7.8K to shine on the Daily Fantasy Sports front.  He was one of the few Saints to have enjoyed a respectable fantasy outing last Sunday, scoring just over 20 fantasy points.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com


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