New Orleans Saints
vs. Seattle Seahawks: Line and point spread
Exciting Monday night football game tonight with the New
Orleans Saints visiting the Seattle Seahawks, here you will find
the latest money line and point spread on the game, along with
some important stats. Today the NFL South leaders New Orleans
Saints (9-2) will travel to face off the NFC West top dog
Seattle Seahawk (10-1) and while the Monday night football game
is more important to the Saints, with the Panthers breathing
down their neck, odds makers agree that the Seahawks are in a
better position to win this game tonight. Let's look at the
latest line and point spread on the tonight's game.
For the line on the New Orleans Seattle
game we visited two of the best online sportsbooks,
Bovada Sports, where we found
little difference in the money line. At Bookmaker the
odds are naturally favoring the Seahawks, the Seattle line at
-245, while at Bovada the line on the Seahawks is at -240. New
Orleans is a big underdog with +205 line to deliver an upset
tonight at both sportsbooks. The New Orleans Saints vs.
Seattle Seahawks point spread is currently at -6 points
chalk the Seahawks at all odds makers and the over-under on the
game is at 48 points even.
Looking at the stats we find that New
Orleans is 4-2 straight-up in its last 6 games on the road, but
just 2-4 in its last 6 games when playing Seattle. The Seahawks
are on a 6-game winning streak and have won 13 consecutive games
at home. Add to this the fact that the Saints are 2-4
against the spread in their last 6 games when playing the
Seahawks and the point spread posted by the odds makers makes
perfect sense. The stats also show that the total has gone OVER
in 6 of Seattle's last 9 games.
As far as injuries, Seahawks will miss
cornerbacks Walter Thurmond and Brandon Browner, wide receiver
Percy Harvin remains doubtful for the Monday night football game
against the Saints, but another WR, Jermaine Kearse, has been
upgraded to probable, along with running back Marshawn Lynch.
The New Orleans Saints still have defensive end Glenn Foster
listed as questionable for the final Week 13 game, but corner
Chris Carr and running back Darren Sproles were both upgraded to
probable for the game against Seattle tonight.