Latest New Orleans Saints Odds on NFL 2023

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It could have been another AFC South title for the New Orleans Saints last year, but Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers retain on top of the Division after crucial wins late in the season. However, with Tom Brady now out of the picture, the Saints look to go all in again even with several issues within the roster.

New Orleans Saints Odds

Among the AFC South teams, New Orleans is now listed on Louisiana sportsbooks with the best odds to win the NFL Super Bowl LVIII. However, they are not quite close to being the favorites.

The Saints are outside the top 10 best odds to win Super Bowl LVIII at +3500, behind the Kansas City Chiefs (+600), Buffalo Bills (+850), and Philadelphia Eagles (+900). And while they are still a long shot to hoist their first Vince Lombardi trophy in decades, there is still hope.

New Orleans is looking at Derek Carr as a potential replacement for Drew Brees but it remains to be seen how they will fit under their salary cap. Fortunately, Mickey Loomis has some experience dealing with salary cap issues since nobody in NFL loves living there more than he does.

Keith Kirkwood Resigns with the Saints

Keith Kirkwood will be staying in New Orleans for another season after resigning yesterday. Both parties agree on a one-year deal but have yet to disclose other terms of the contract.

Kirkwood first signed with the team as an undrafted free agent out of Temple, and made his presence felt on the field from day one. Kirkwood was able to make 13 catches for 209 yards and two touchdowns over nine games during the 2018 and 2019 NFL seasons. Last season, he appeared in five games for New Orleans, making two catches for 18 yards. It is clear that Kirkwood has earned the trust of the Saints organization, as proven by their decision to re-sign him to a one-year deal.

The Saints are looking to make several decisions at wide receiver this offseason. Jarvis Landry and Deonte Harty have both become unrestricted free agents, while Juwan Johnson and Marquez Callaway have become restricted free agents. These moves could alter the future of the wide receiver position for New Orleans—depending on what routes they decide to take with their free agents, the team’s passing offense could launch into a new era of success.

With Dennis Allen now leading that charge, it’s safe to say the Saints will do everything within their power to get the most out of their current lineup and the upcoming NFL Draft to build a sturdy foundation for long-term success.