New Orleans Saints Season Preview

In today’s New Orleans Saints season preview we look at current Super Bowl 53 betting odds. Can Drew Brees take the Saints to the big show? The New Orleans Saints were one of the best teams in the NFC last season. This was a bit surprising considering they weren’t given a chance to win the NFC South. Since the Atlanta Falcon’s Super Bowl run the previous season.

Going into the season, they were picked to finish third in the division. However, Drew Brees and Sean Payton had other plans. The team won the NFC South.  Then, the Saints advanced to the Divisional round of the playoffs, where they lost to the Minnesota Vikings.

This year, the Saints are hoping to make a deep playoff run and feel they have enough talent to do so. Their odds to win the Super Bowl this season is +2200.

Super Bowl 53 Season Betting Odds

The Saints’ priority going into the offseason was to resign quarterback Drew Brees, which they were able to do. The team also brought back tight end Benjamin Watson, who had 61 catches for 522 yards and four touchdowns with the Baltimore Ravens last season. Will these changes help make it to Super Bowl 53?

New Orleans Saints Season Preview
New Orleans also resigned defensive ends Alex Okafor and George Johnson, preventing them from hitting free agency.

Since Brees has been on the team, the Saints offense has been a well-oiled machine, and now the team has spent the last two years building a solid defense that is expected to be even better than it was last year.

Last year, Marshon Lattimore was named to the Pro Bowl and named Defensive Rookie of the Year. This year, he has his sights set on trying to win the Defensive Player of the Year award.

With the Saints offense putting up a lot of points and their defense getting better, the Saints might be the most complete team in the NFC South. These odds are current at NFL betting sites.

However, at age 39, Brees’ window to win another Super Bowl is closing fast, which means the team can’t afford to settle for another early playoff exit.

June 21, 2018 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments

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