December 12, 2010 by staff
Fox 47, New Orleans Saints should be one of the least talked about defending Super Bowl 9-3 teams ever. They will watch notch their 10th win of the season when they host the St. Louis Rams on Sunday underestimated. Continue reading our free pick on NFL Week 14 game.
According to NFL Week 14 odds bettors Paris Sportsbook.com Online Sports, the Saints are favored by 9 points over the Rams Sunday. The over / under total for this game is currently 47 points.
The Rams improved to 6-6 on the year with their victory last weekend and Cardinals are now a best-NFL 9-3 against the spread according to the latest trends in the NFL. They are 2-4 on the road this year, but focused on five of six games.
With their victory against the Bengals last Sunday, the Saints are now 9-3, but dropped to only 5-7 against the spread. They are 4-2 at home this season but are just 3-3 against the number in the Superdome.
With the way the Saints and Rams were awarded points in the past month, this game looks like it could be a shootout. That said, the Saints defense has been embarrassed the way he played last Sunday in Cincinnati and we expect to Gregg Williams team to be more polished this Sunday against the Rams. While no one confuse “the Saints offense the Rams, there are similarities between these two teams that we feel could lead to more low-scoring game than expected. Sat Bradford likes to keep his passes within 7-15 meters, and as good as Drew Brees is that stretching the field, it will often settle for a safe check-down play its own role. We believe that their will be plenty of time, readers supported the contest and seeing as how both teams stiffen when their opponents reached the end zone, we believe that virtue is the game here. The title is the Rams 4-1 in last five games in December and 9-4 in Saints last 13 games following an ATS loss. Our choice is under 47.
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