NFL Sunday finds the Saints looking for their second straight win

Published on: November 13, 2022, 10:47 am.

Last updated: November 13, 2022, 10:47 AM.

Week 10 of the NFL season will be full of exciting finals to Sunday’s slate of games. Teams have continued to give the bookies a hard time and will continue that trend throughout today’s lineup.

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Olave
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Olave stretches to catch a pass in the team’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. The Saints face the Pittsburgh Steelers today as they look to pick up their second straight win. (Image: Getty Images)

Today’s schedule includes the first match in Germany, now underway. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Seattle Seahawks in what will likely be a lopsided matchup.

Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Pirates are set to square off in a game that oddsmakers have had a tough time predicting. Later, the Green Bay Packers will host the Dallas Cowboys in a tough, ground-pounding game.

The saints seek relief

After a week off to recover from injuries and prepare for the final stretch of the season, the Steelers are back on the gridiron. They face the Saints at home and although their campaign is not going as expected, there is still time to turn things around against a slipping Saints.









Sanctify Steelers
The money line -110 -110
Spread 0 (-110) 0 (-110)
Over under O39 (-110) U39 (-110)
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Alvin Kamara has only had one 100-yard game this season, but the Saints always count on him for the big plays. They’ll need him again today, and the offensive line needs to make room for him to work his magic. The good news is that the Steelers aren’t the best at defending a ground attack.

The Saints will need to avoid mistakes if they hope to take control of the NFC South. They are one game up despite having a 3-6 record, but they need to make some serious adjustments to the playbook. QB Andy Dalton had success; however, he has also been inconsistent this season.

The Steelers’ bye week should have produced a number of improvements. This season, QB Kenny Pickett threw for 962 yards and two TDs, but also threw eight interceptions. Refining his game is the key to Pittsburgh’s success.

These teams meet once every four years, and the edge went to the Saints. They have nine wins against seven losses and have won four of their last five meetings. The fact that oddsmakers had a hard time picking a winner shows what is expected today.

The total is one of the lowest so far this season, although today’s game between the Arizona Cardinals and the LA Rams is even lower. With the points these two are putting up this season, along with the offensive issues for both teams, the under is the game.

The pack is looking for an upset

In one of the great classics in NFL history, a faded Packers host the Cowboys at Lambeau Field. Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy returns to Wisconsin for the first time since 2018 to face the team he coached from 2006-2018.









Cowboys The packers
The money line -205 +170
Spread -3.5 (-110) +3.5 (-110)
Over under O44.5 (-110) U44.5 (-110)
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The Cowboys are 6-2 and second in the NFC East behind the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles (8-0). They have been able to turn things around since last year and are now in the race for the playoffs.

The Packers are also currently in second place behind the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North. However, their 3-6 record does not bode well for the future. In addition, they have lost five straight, including one against the New York Jets and one against the Detroit Lions.

Despite the losses, the Packers have the talent to beat the Cowboys. However, Dallas has had time to recharge with their bye week and continues to improve. It would be difficult to support the pack on the money line, but the takeover could prove profitable.

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