Saints vs. Bills Betting Odds

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Two hot teams go against one another in a game nobody expected would be among the most anticipated of Week 10: The Saints vs. Bills.

New Orleans opened as a -2.5 favorite and has moved up a half point.  Action was relatively balanced on this game. 

Current NFL Power Ratings would have the line at Saints -4 to -4.5.

New Orleans ranked number three in the Power Ratings.  Both teams have been surprisingly good in 2017.

"It's certainly better to be 6-2 than where we've been in the past at this point in the season for the last three years," said New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees, who in eight games has completed a league-high 71.6 percent of his passes for 276.8 yards a game, 13 touchdowns and four interceptions. "I love the competitive nature that has been cultivated here and the way the guys enjoy being around each other and the way they push one another.

"I'm such a routine-oriented guy and get caught up in that all week long, but I have after games tried to look around and enjoy the roses a little bit because it's fun to win. It's fun to see guys excited. It's fun to get back on that plane from that road trip after a big win and be able to celebrate with your teammates. It's a great feeling. I hope we keep it going."

On the injury front, the Bills cornerback E.J. Gaines (hamstring) and tight end Charles Clay (knee) returned to limited practice, but left tackle Cordy Glenn is still experiencing foot and ankle soreness. Receiver Zay Jones is nursing an ankle injury.

The Saints went without safety Kenny Vaccaro (groin) and left tackle Terron Armstead on Wednesday, but left guard Larry Warford (abdomen) went through limited practiced for the first time in several weeks. Receiver Michael Thomas, who leads the Saints with 50 catches for 545 yards, and defensive end Alex Okafor were limited with ankle injuries.

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Team Odds
New England Patriots 2/1
Philadelphia Eagles 4/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 9/2
Seattle Seahawks 8/1
Kansas City Chiefs 10/1
New Orleans Saints 12/1
Dallas Cowboys 16/1
Los Angeles Rams 16/1
Minnesota Vikings 16/1
Carolina Panthers 25/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 25/1
Tennessee Titans 25/1
Atlanta Falcons 33/1
Detroit Lions 33/1
Oakland Raiders 33/1
Washington Redskins 40/1
Los Angeles Chargers 50/1
Buffalo Bills 66/1
Green Bay Packers 66/1
Baltimore Ravens 80/1
Houston Texans 80/1
Arizona Cardinals 100/1
Cincinnati Bengals 100/1
Denver Broncos 100/1
Chicago Bears 125/1
Miami Dolphins 125/1
New York Jets 125/1
Indianapolis Colts 200/1
New York Giants 250/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 250/1
Cleveland Browns 5000/1
San Francisco 49ers 5000/1

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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