New Orleans Saints Odds

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Saints 2023 season stats

Last Updated

The New Orleans Saints closed out last season with a record of 9-8. They came up just short of the playoffs, finishing the season strong with four wins in their last five. It wasn’t enough, however, as the team lost out on both the NFC South title and a wild card berth due to tiebreakers. Looking ahead to next season, the Saints’ Super Bowl 59 odds stand at , which places them in the back half of the league. Here’s a closer look at the latest Saints betting odds and lines.

New Orleans Saints odds: Spread, moneyline, and over/under

The table below will have the latest odds for the next Saints game once the NFL comes out with its schedule.

New Orleans Week 1 odds

Betting odds for the New Orleans Saints opening game will become available once sportsbooks know the matchup. In the team’s final game last season, the Saints were -3.5 home favorites against the Atlanta Falcons. It was tied 17-17 at halftime, with New Orleans taking control the rest of the way for a 48-17 victory. For the campaign as a whole, the Saints had a record of 9-8 on the moneyline, 6-10-1 against the spread, and 6-11 on the over/under.

Saints player props this week

Saints player props will appear in the table below in the days leading up to the team’s next game. For his first season in New Orleans, Derek Carr finished with 3,878 passing yards, 25 TDs, and eight interceptions. Alvin Kamara was the team’s leading rusher, with 694 yards and five touchdowns. He also added 466 yards and a TD as a receiver. Chris Olave was the top target in the passing game, hauling in 87 of 138 targets for 1,123 yards and five touchdowns.

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New Orleans Saints odds to win the Super Bowl

Last updated: April 2024

Sportsbooks first released odds on the winner of Super Bowl 59 in January. At the time, New Orleans was at +10000, which was tied for 25th on the board. The Saints’ current odds to win the 2024 Super Bowl are . The club last made the playoffs in 2020, losing to the Buccaneers in the divisional round. The franchise won its lone big game appearance at Super Bowl 44 over the Colts.

Saints futures odds for the 2024-25 season

There are plenty of other options beyond betting on the winner of the Super Bowl when it comes to NFL futures, such as betting on a team to win its division or conference. Below are the currently available Saints futures odds for the upcoming season.

2024 Saints Player Stats

Last Updated on 04.22.2024
Player GP Games Played CMP% Completion Percentage YDS Passing Yards YDS/G Yards Per Game YDS/C Yards Per Completion TDS Passing Touchdowns INT Interceptions thrown RTG Passer Rating
Player GP Games Played INT Interceptions PD Passes Defended FF Fumbles Forced FR Fumbles Recovered SACK QB Sacks TOT Total Tackles SOLO Solo Tackles AST Assisted Tackles
There Aren’t Any Injured Players for This Team Currently

Saints 2023 schedule

No season schedule data available.

New Orleans Saints draft picks

The New Orleans Saints have the 14th selection in round one of the 2024 NFL draft, which will take place April 25-27. In total, they have nine picks at the seven-round event. Looking back at the last draft, the club had the 29th pick in the opening round and selected DT Bryan Bresee out of Clemson. For his rookie campaign, Bresee played in 17 games, recording 12 solo tackles and 4..5 sacks.

Other NFL teams

American Football Conference

Buffalo Bills

AFC East 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

Miami Dolphins

AFC East 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

New York Jets

AFC East 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

New England Patriots

AFC East 4 – 13 – 0 Season Complete

Baltimore Ravens

AFC North 13 – 4 – 0 Season Complete

Cleveland Browns

AFC North 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

Pittsburgh Steelers

AFC North 10 – 7 – 0 Season Complete

Cincinnati Bengals

AFC North 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Houston Texans

AFC South 10 – 7 – 0 Season Complete

Jacksonville Jaguars

AFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Indianapolis Colts

AFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Tennessee Titans

AFC South 6 – 11 – 0 Season Complete

Kansas City Chiefs

AFC West 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

Las Vegas Raiders

AFC West 8 – 9 – 0 Season Complete

Denver Broncos

AFC West 8 – 9 – 0 Season Complete

Los Angeles Chargers

AFC West 5 – 12 – 0 Season Complete

National Football Conference

Dallas Cowboys

NFC East 12 – 5 – 0 Season Complete

Philadelphia Eagles

NFC East 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

New York Giants

NFC East 6 – 11 – 0 Season Complete

Washington Commanders

NFC East 4 – 13 – 0 Season Complete

Detroit Lions

NFC North 12 – 5 – 0 Season Complete

Green Bay Packers

NFC North 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Minnesota Vikings

NFC North 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

Chicago Bears

NFC North 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

New Orleans Saints

NFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Atlanta Falcons

NFC South 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

Carolina Panthers

NFC South 2 – 15 – 0 Season Complete

San Francisco 49ers

NFC West 12 – 5 – 0 Season Complete

Los Angeles Rams

NFC West 10 – 7 – 0 Season Complete

Seattle Seahawks

NFC West 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Arizona Cardinals

NFC West 4 – 13 – 0 Season Complete

New Orleans Saints FAQ

Can the Saints make the playoffs this season?

In early odds to win Super Bowl 59, the Saints were tied for 25th place on the board.

How did the Saints do against the spread last season? 

The Saints were 6-10-1 against the spread last season. The team also went 9-8 on the moneyline and was 6-11 on the over/under.

Can I bet on the NFL draft in Louisiana?

Yes, Louisiana allows NFL draft betting at legal online sportsbooks in the state.

Whom did the Saints add and lose over the offseason?

Last offseason, additions included Derek Carr and Jamaal Williams in free agency. Players who signed elsewhere included Kaden Elliss and Shy Tuttle. The club’s first pick at the NFL draft was Bryan Bresee in round one.

Who is the starting QB for the Saints?

Derek Carr is the starting QB for the Saints. He joined the team via free agency in 2023.