NFL Week 11: Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints

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The Los Angeles Rams are hosting the New Orleans Saints next weekend following half-hearted performances by both teams during the NFL week 10. The Rams are sitting below the NFC West after suffering a three-game losing streak, while the Saints are also at the bottom in the NFC South after bowing down to another struggling team – the Pittsburg Steelers (3-6).

Both of the teams are not in a good position but winning this game may still spark some hope of continuing their run for the playoffs. Who will break their losing streak at the Caesars Superdome?

Rams vs. Saints Odds/Game Lines Week 11

Odds Via FanDuelRamsSaints
Point Spread+3 (-114)-3 (-106)
Money Line+126-148
TotalsO 39.5 (-110)U 39.5 (-110)
Winning Margin (4-way)
RamsBy 1-13 (+190)+14 (+550)
SaintsBy 1-13 (+150)+14 (+320)
Odds Via DraftKingsRamsSaints
Point Spread+3 (-115)-3 (-105)
Money Line+120-140
TotalsO 39.5 (-110)U 39.5 (-110)

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Can the Saints Shine This NFL Week 11?

Sitting well below .500 entering mid-season, it’s shaping up to be another long year for fans of either squad when January football comes around. The Saints open with a standard 3-point advantage for oddsmakers as this is expected to be a close game between NFC teams with a well-below playoff contention area.

Despite having a sub-par record this season, the Saints still had some light to look forward to. Andy Dalton is a mixed bag of talent since taking over for injured starter Jameis Winston. He has 11 touchdowns to go along with his seven interceptions and an average QB rating that’s just a little under 90. He might be putting in some decent, but he still needs a lot of work to do as he finished with only a 63% completion rate in their recent loss and turned over the ball twice.

Another missing piece in their last loss was Alvin Kamara’s presence. Kamara is one of the most versatile and dangerous weapons in the NFL, and yet he only received eight carries for 26 yards and three receptions for 19 yards. The Saints clearly need to find a way to get Kamara more involved in the offense if they want to have better figures going forward.