Super Bowl odds handicappers have rarely seen a team as explosive as the Saints are on offense as they will enter Super Bowl gambling as the top scoring team in the NFL. New Orleans enters action with the Super Bowl odds as the team that scored the most points this season along with ranking fourth overall in passing yards and sixth overall for rushing yards.
Beyond that the Saints enter Super Bowl gambling action as the team that compiled the most combined total yards on offense which makes them a multi dimensional threat with the NFL Super Bowl odds. The Saints offensive weapons with the Super Bowl odds starts at quarterback with Drew Brees.
Brees enters action with the Super Bowl odds with a quarterback rating of 109.6 based on a 70.6% completion percentage and 4388 yards passing. Brees will bring an impressive 34/11 touchdown to interception ratio into play with the Super Bowl odds.
Brees has an incredible amount of weapons to choose from when throwing as the Saints had a total of seven players with at least 35 receptions during the season. The most dangerous Saints receiver with the Super Bowl odds is Marques Colston, who had 70 catches for 1074 yards and 9 touchdowns with a 15.3 yards per catch average.
Devery Henderson is another notable receiving threat. Henderson had 51 catches for 804 yards and a 15.8 yards per catch average. Robert Meachem showed plenty of ability to reach the end zone with 9 touchdown catches out of a total of 45 receptions which were good for 722 yards and a 16.0 yards per catch average.
The Saints also bring plenty of ability to the Super Bowl odds out of the backfield. Pierre Thomas ran for 793 yards and a 5.4 yards per carry average with 6 touchdowns. Thomas also had 39 catches for the Saints to make himself one of the best multi threat backs to take the field with the Super Bowl odds.
With a lineup like this the Saints are never out of a game, and a Super Threat!