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Football Gambling - Saints vs Dolphins

Football gambling handicappers will have the undefeated 5-0 Saints going up against the struggling Miami Dolphins on Sunday’s NFL betting lines.

Football gambling fans have gone to the payout window all 5 times with the Saints so far with the NFL betting lines while Miami is 2-3 both straight up and against the spread. The New Orleans Saints are coming of their most impressive football gambling performance of the season as they decimated the powerful New York Giants 48-27 as 3-point home favorites.

Quarterback Drew Brees passed for 369 yards and 4 touchdowns while the New Orleans defense frustrated Giants QB Eli Manning and held him to his worst performance of the season with the NFL betting lines.  The Saints have the top ranked offense in all of football gambling and have a variety of weapons.

Brees now has a QB rating of 118.4 with 13 touchdown passes and 1400 yards in the air with just 2 interceptions.  The Saints are one of the top rushing teams in football gambling with the duo of Pierre Thomas and Mike Bell. Thomas has 284 yards and a 5.9 yards per carry average while Bell as 263 yards and a 4.4 yards per carry average.

The Saints defense has also been a football gambling asset as it ranks 10th in points allowed.  The football gambling blowout has everyone talking Super Bowl but head coach Sean Payton is facing the challenge of trying to keep his team level headed.

“I don‘t think you can talk about big pictures after 5”, said Payton, as he meant that the football gambling season is still in its early stages.  The Saints may be entering a football gambling trap at Miami as the Dolphins are coming off a bye week and have won and covered their last 2 games.

Miami’s last game was a 31-27 come from behind thriller over the New York Jets on Monday Night football.  Quarterback Chad Henne won over a lot of skeptics with his clutch play and now has a QB rating of 93.4 with a 66% completion rate along with a 3/1 touchdown to interception ratio.

The Dolphin tandem of Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams is one of the best rushing combos in the league. Brown has 443 yards and a 4.8 yards per carry average while the surprising veteran Williams has 316 yards and a 5.2 yards per carry average.  Miami will want to run the ball to keep the explosive Saints offense on the sidelines.