Saints' 2015 NFL Season Odds
NEW ORLEANS, LA (The Spread) - After revamping most of their offense, the Saints' over/under for wins in the 2015 NFL regular season has been set at 8.5.
In a shocking move, the Saints traded tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seahawks back in March. In exchange, New Orleans received two-time Pro Bowl center Max Unger and Seattle's first-round pick, which the Saints turned into Clemson linebacker Stephone Anthony. The team's other first-round selection this year was Stanford offensive tackle Andrus Peat, while their second-round pick was linebacker Hau'oli Kikaha from Washington.
The Saints didn't stop at trading Graham. They also sent receiver Kenny Stills to the Dolphins and guard Ben Grubbs to the Chiefs. Curtis Lofton, Patrick Robinson and Robert Meachem were also among their veteran subtractions, while Anthony Spencer, Brandon Browner, Kyle Wilson, C.J. Wilson and Dannell Ellerbe were among their additions. They also re-signed Mark Ingram, Keenan Lewis and Marques Colston to new deals.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Saints are currently 40/1 to win the 2016 Super Bowl and 22/1 to win the NFC Conference Championship in 2015. They're also 9/4 to win the NFC South Division.