Hot Team to Bet on Week 10 NFL - New Orleans Saints

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Don Shapiro
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It shouldn't surprise anyone that the New Orleans Saints have become a hot bet, going 6-2 Against The Spread.  They are 7-1 Straight Up heading into Week 10.  This has resulted in the Saints taking control of the number 1 spot in the Power Rankings.


Hot Bet

The Saints knocked off the last remaining undefeated team in the NFL.  As a result, they are now ranked number 1 in the league.  

Week 10 Power Ranking

From “Expectations were obviously high for the Saints to start with. But they have exceeded them so far by proving they can win with different styles during a brutal three-game stretch (come-from-behind slugfests at Baltimore and at Minnesota, then a 45-35 track meet at home against the Rams). It helps that Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas are putting together one of the best "triplets" seasons in NFL history.”

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Latest Odds

They pay $45 for every $10 bet to win the 2019 Super Bowl.

The value is no longer there in the NFC South at -400.

This Week's Likely Outcome

In Week 10 they face off against a Bengals team that started the season strong but has struggled in two of their last three games.  Cincinnati last faced the Saints in 2014 with a win of 27-10.  The Bengals were an 8.5 underdog in New Orleans then and are a +5 dog hosting the Bengals here.

The line on this game is about right according to Sagarin.

- Ean Lamb,

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