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Super Bowl Gambling - Will the Saints Go Marching In'

Super Bowl gambling has the New Orleans Saints as one of the leading favorites to beat the Super Bowl odds and finish with the Vince Lombardi trophy.

Super Bowl gambling will feature the Saints as the top seeded team in the NFC although they will enter action with the Super Bowl odds on a 3-game losing streak. Similar to the AFC Indianapolis Colts, the Saints had a 13-0 start to their season but enter Super Bowl gambling playoff action having lost their final two games of the regular season.

They had their undefeated season ruined at home by the Dallas Cowboys in a 17-24 loss as 7.5-point favorites. The Saints then lost their home regular season finale to the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-20 as 14-point chalks.  New Orleans lost their last game of the regular season at Carolina 10-23 as 10-point dogs as they rested all key players.

Thus, after a great start that made them a prohibitive favorite with the Super Bowl odds, the Saints enter the post season with some doubts and questions.  Offense is the main asset that New Orleans carries into action with the NFL Super Bowl odds.  The Saints finished as the highest scoring team in the NFL and at times looked unstoppable.

New Orleans enters Super Bowl gambling with an offense that is well balanced and multi dimensional.  Quarterback Drew Brees is one of the elite signal callers in Super Bowl gambling.

He enters Super Bowl gambling playoff action with a quarterback rating of 109.6 based on a phenomenal 70.6 completion percentage with 4388 yards and a 34/11 touchdown to interception ratio.  Running backs Pierre Thomas and Mike Bell will help keep the Super Bowl gambling heat off of Brees.

The tandem combined to make the Saints the 6th ranked rushing team in the NFL.  Marques Colston is one of the most dangerous receiving threats in Super Bowl gambling.  Colston had 1074 yards and 9 touchdowns this year.

The Saints defense may prove to be their Super Bowl gambling downfall. New Orleans ranked 24th in total yards allowed and 20th in points permitted.