Saints Falcons Betting Line Does Not Move Off of -3.5

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Dan Shapiro
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Saints Falcons Betting Line Does Not Move Off of -3.5

The Saints Falcons betting line has not moved off the -3.5 favoring Atlanta since opening at this number earlier in the week.  Bet as little as $1.  $1000 in FREE CASH for qualified customers when opening an online betting account today at here.  Mobile betting available (in business since 1995). 

55 percent of those betting the spread were backing New Orleans as of Thursday morning with this game being played later in the evening.

Only a handful of online sportsbooks opened this one at -4 Atlanta.  Most of the Las Vegas sportsbooks opened at this number and held it until the 27th.  The Las Vegas Hilton was still offering the Falcons at -4 as of press time. 

The Saints have owned this series, winning the last four head-to-head matchups and 7 of the last 8, so it is easy to see why the Vegas books might be encouraging wagers on Atlanta in this game. 

New Orleans has played especially well during the month of November over the past three seasons.  They are 9-1 Straight Up and 8-2 Against The Spread over this time.  They are, however, a mere 1-5 ATS playing on Thursday nights since 1993.  Atlanta is 6-1 ATS on Thursday nights over that same time period.

- Dan Shapiro,

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