Super Bowl Betting – Saints – Colts NFL Odds

February 7th, 2010 by Leave a comment Go to comments

The New Orleans Saints are playing the first Super Bowl betting competition in the franchise’s history. That in itself is a huge NFL odds accomplishment, but it will all be for naught if the team can’t seal the deal in the Super Bowl betting lines. It’s great to get that monkey off your back but no one remembers the team that finished second in the final NFL odds contest and for the Saints’ season to truly be a success nothing less than the Lombardi Trophy will do.

So far in the post season NFL odds the Saints have been a flawed team, but nonetheless a victorious one. With a record of 2-0 in the NFL odds playoffs so far there still plenty of areas where the Saints can –and must- improve if they are to be victorious in the Super Bowl betting.

New Orleans has been superb in the TO this post season just as they have been all NFL odds season. This must continue. The Saints forced 6 TOs against the Vikings in the NFC Championship game, which is fantastic, but they also gave up 28 points and nearly lost the game. On the other side of the ball the Saints managed just 68 yards on the ground against the Vikings, a terrible number for a team that averaged 131.5 ypg on the ground during the regular season.

QB has been the key to this team’s success all season and especially so in the post season games leading to the Super Bowl betting odds. Brees has 6 TDs and 0 INTs in the post season and has been nearly perfect. That must continue on Sunday against a deceptively good Indy defense.

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