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Saints vs. Patriots Expert Picks Week 3

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Sep/25/2021

BetUS host Matt Landes is joined by expert sports bettors Las Vegas Cris and Scott Kellen to preview the Week 3 matchup between the New Orleans Saints vs New England Patriots.

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The Patriots come in as a -3 home favorite.  Gambling911.com has them at -1.5.  60% of the spread bets were on New England.  The line was not moving much off the 3.

The Panthers Sam Darnold threw for 305 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday and Carolina's defense turned in another stellar performance in a dominant 26-7 win over the New Orleans Saints.

New England is coming off a 25-6 victory against the hapless Jets.

Pats quarterback Mac Jones was smart and efficient, Damien Harris and James White had touchdown runs and the Patriots intercepted Wilson four times.

“It feels good,” Jones said. “It’s what everyone is saying: It’s hard to win in the NFL. You’ve got to take it for what it’s worth. We’ll get better. Anyone who watched the game would agree that the offense can play better.”

The Patriots have won two straight and five of the last six meetings versus New Orleans. … Eight of the 13 games in the series have been decided by a touchdown or less — including two by a field goal. The Saints have a 3-4 record in Foxborough and have dropped the last three games there.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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