The New Orleans Saints fell completely flat on Sunday with a shutout loss to the 49ers. The defeat was the team’s third in its last four outings and dropped its record to 4-8. The club entered the season with playoff aspirations but is now far behind the contenders in Super Bowl futures and off the pace in the NFC South chase. New Orleans returns to action in Week 13 with a road date at the 5-6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night. Here’s a closer look at the latest Saints betting odds and lines.
New Orleans Saints odds: Spread, moneyline and over/under
Week 13 Saints odds: New Orleans squares off with rival Tampa Bay on MNF
The Saints were 8.5-point dogs for the trip to take on the 49ers. The club couldn’t get anything going on offense while going down to defeat by a score of 13-0. The Buccaneers were at the Browns on Sunday as three-point favorites. The team couldn’t hang on to a late lead as Cleveland came back for a surprising 23-17 overtime win.
- Point spread: Saints , Buccaneers
- Moneyline: Saints , Buccaneers
- Total: Over/under
New Orleans is 4-8 against the spread and 6-6 on totals. Tampa Bay is 3-7-1 ATS and 2-9 on the over/under. This is the second meeting of the season for the NFC South rivals. The Buccaneers picked up a 27-10 home win in Week 2. For all-time meetings, the Saints have a 39-23 advantage.
Saints vs. Buccaneers player props
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The Saints are averaging 20.8 points per game and allowing 23.3. Andy Dalton has been starting for much of the season, throwing for 14 TDs and seven picks thus far. The Buccaneers are scoring an average of 18.2 per contest and giving up 18.5. Tom Brady has thrown for 14 scores and a pair of INTs to date. Let’s take a look at a few Saints vs. Buccaneers player props.
- Anytime TD scorer: Andy Dalton , Tom Brady
- Game’s first TD: Alvin Kamara , Leonard Fournette
- Score 2+ TDs: Chris Olave , Mike Evans
New Orleans Saints odds to win Super Bowl 57
Last updated: Dec. 2
When DraftKings first released odds on Super Bowl 57 in January, the Saints had a line of +3500. Now 4-8, the team’s odds have shifted to . On a conference basis, the Saints were expected to at least challenge for a postseason berth, but the challenging start to the year has severely impacted those chances. The Buffalo Bills () are among the favorites to win the 2023 Super Bowl.
Saints futures odds for the 2022-23 season
Beyond the big game, you can also place your bets on other key season-long markets for the team as a whole and individual players. Here’s a look at the latest future odds for New Orleans.
- Regular season win total:
- Odds to win the NFC South: ()
- Odds to win the NFC: ()
- To make playoffs: ()
On the team side, current odds suggest that the best that the club can hope for is a wild card spot, but the 4-8 record means that it needs to turn things around in a hurry to have a realistic chance.
New Orleans Saints schedule
|1||Sept. 11||at Atlanta Falcons||1 p.m. ET||ATL +5.5|
|2||Sept. 18||vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers||1 p.m. ET||TB -2.5 |
|3||Sept. 25||at Carolina Panthers||1 p.m. ET||CAR +2.0|
|4||Oct. 2||vs. Minnesota Vikings (in London)||9:30 a.m. ET||NO +4|
|5||Oct. 9||vs. Seattle Seahawks||1 p.m. ET||NO -5.5|
|6||Oct. 16||vs. Cincinnati Bengals||1 p.m. ET||CIN -3 |
|7||Oct. 20||at Arizona Cardinals||8:15 p.m. ET||ARI -2.5 |
|8||Oct. 30||vs. Las Vegas Raiders||1 p.m. ET||NO +1 |
|9||Nov. 7||vs. Baltimore Ravens||8:15 p.m. ET||BAL -1.5 |
|10||Nov. 13||at Pittsburgh Steelers||1 p.m. ET||PIT -1|
|11||Nov. 20||vs. Los Angeles Rams||1 p.m. ET||NO -2.5|
|12||Nov. 27||at San Francisco 49ers||4:25 p.m. ET||SF -8.5|
|13||Dec. 5||at Tampa Bay Buccaneers||8:15 p.m. ET||NO +3.5 (-110)|
TB -3.5 (-110)
|15||Dec. 18||vs. Atlanta Falcons||TBD|
|16||Dec. 24||at Cleveland Browns||1 p.m. ET|
|17||Jan. 1||at Philadelphia Eagles||1 p.m. ET|
|18||Jan. 8||vs. Carolina Panthers||TBD|
Latest news and updates
The struggles continue for the Saints. The team was shut out by the 49ers on Sunday for its third loss in the last four games. New Orleans entered the season with hopes of competing for a playoff spot, but that’s now looking extremely unlikely as its record stands at 4-8 with five games to go. Andy Dalton remains under center. He completed 18 of 29 for 204 yards as the New Orleans offense was stifled by San Francisco last time out. The team returns to action on Monday night with a road game at the division-rival Buccaneers.
New Orleans Saints FAQ
Can the Saints make the playoffs this year?
The Saints entered the season with hopes of competing for a playoff spot. After a challenging start to the season, it’s looking unlikely that they’ll be able to pull it off.
How did the Saints do against the spread last year?
Whom did the Saints add and lose over the offseason?
Additions included Marcus Maye and Tyrann Mathieu in free agency, while Terron Armstead and Marcus Williams are among those who have moved on. In the draft, the club’s top picks were Chris Olave and Trevor Penning.
Who is the starting QB for the Saints?
Andy Dalton has started the last few games in place of Jameis Winston. Winston re-signed with the team over the offseason for a two-year, $28 million deal.