The New Orleans Saints will look to extend their six game winning streak to seven when they visit the visit the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night in the M&T Bank Stadium. There is a lot of momentum going into this match-up, and with so little games left in the regular season, every meeting counts. Both these teams are coming off weak streaks in a way, with the Saints coming around on offense and the Ravens recovering from an embarrassing defensive performance. Odds.
To make matter more interesting, these teams are just one game behind the leaders of their respective divisions. All this being taken into consideration, this is sure to one enticing game. Be sure to tune into FOX Regional at 1:00 PM ET to watch what happens.
The Saints are becoming the Super Bowl winning team they proved to be last year. Scoring at least 30 points in their last six games, New Orleans is trying for the longest and strongest winning streak in franchise history. Also exciting, the QB Drew Brees needs only 145 more yards for its fifth consecutive 4,000 yard season. This stunning player threw for 221 yards and three TDs in the last game against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday and has been key in getting his team as far as it is. Offensively the team is improving, managing 30.5 points and averaging 402.5 yards in their current six game winning streak. Scores.
Those numbers are significantly better than the 21.0 points and 371.9 they were sporting before. With talented and determined players such as Brees, Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush, this team has high hopes for Sunday. Perhaps they will be able to move up to 11-3 and tie the Atlanta Falcons for first in the NFC South. Vegas odds.
The Ravens are 10th in the NFL for overall yards allowed, which although not the best is certainly not bad. Having won three of its last four, Baltimore is one game behind the Pittsburgh Steelers at 9-4 in the AFC North. While the team was lucky enough to bring an end to a long and dreadful display of defense, they have simply been inconsistent this season. They continue to give up fourth and third-quarter leads, losing games in the process. Still, they remain optimistic. Follow it all at www.scoresandodds.com.