|2013 NFL Week 9 Odds, Spread & Over/Under Total: Saints vs. Jets|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Wednesday, 30 October 2013 16:00|
Saints vs. Jets Odds
New Orleans is 6-1 overall, 2-1 on the road and 5-2 against the spread. New York is 4-4 overall, 3-1 at home and 5-3 against the spread. New Orleans has won five of its last six against the Jets.
Trends show that the Jets are just 1-5 against the spread in their last 6 games in November. The Saints are 10-3 ATS in their last 13 games in November and 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games following a win over more than 14 points.
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, New Orleans is the favorite on the road, as the Saints have odds of -5.5 points against the Jets, while the over/under total has been set at 45.5 points (View Matchup). The opening odds for this game had the Saints favored by 4.5 points, but the spread quickly jumped to 5.5. The over/under total hasn’t changed since opening at 45.5 points.
New Orleans is coming off a 35-17 win over Buffalo at home last week. The Saints are their usual self on offense, averaging 396 yards per game. The defense has been improved this season as well, holding opponents to 332.4 yards per game. The defense is being led by Cameron Jordan, who has six sacks and 21 tackles. Drew Brees is leading the offense with 2,290 yards and 19 touchdowns while Jimmy Graham has 40 catches for 630 yards with eight touchdowns.
The Jets are coming off an embarrassing 49-9 loss at Cincinnati last week. The Jets allowed 402 yards to the Bengals while being held to just 240 yards and committing two turnovers. New York is averaging just 330.4 yards per game on offense, while the defense is giving up just 315 yards per game. The New York defense is being led by Muhammad Wilkerson, who has seven sacks and one interception. Geno Smith has thrown for 1,882 yards and eight touchdowns, but has 13 interceptions and three fumbles.
In terms of Injuries, New York tight end Jeff Cumberland (head) and receiver Santonio Holmes (hamstring) are both questionable. New Orleans running back Mark Ingram (toe) and safety Roman Harper (knee) are also questionable.
The Public Bets for this game are currently backing New Orleans, as the Saints are getting 90% of the wagers with odds of -5.5 points at New York on Sunday.