NFL Week 7: New Orleans Saints vs. Arizona Cardinals

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New Orleans Saints will visit the Arizona Cardinals for their Thursday night football match-up.

After breaking their three-week losing stretch on Week 5, the Saints are back in the losing column as they fall short against the Cincinnati Bengals (3-3) in week 6. They are now on a 2-4 record entering week 7.

Meanwhile, the Cardinals are also 2-4 coming to week 7 and looking to get back on track after losing in the last two weeks, against the Philadelphia Eagles (6-0) and Seattle Seahawks (3-3).

The odds slightly favored the home team but the visitors are surely out for a fight at State Farm Stadium.

Saints vs. Cardinals Odds Week 7

Odds Via FanDuelSaintsCardinals
Point Spread+1.5 (-110)-1.5  (-110)
Money Line+104-122
TotalsO 44.5 (-115)U 44.5 (-105)
Will There Be Overtime?Yes, +1360No -3000
Odds Via DraftKingsSaintsCardinals
Point Spread+1.5 (-110)-1.5  (-110)
Money Line+100-120
TotalsO 44.5 (-110)U 44.5 (-110)
First Score Method 3-Way
Touchdown -170Field Goal +125Safety +2800

Saints vs. Cardinals Preview Week 7

This will be a battle to regain momentum as both teams are not in good positions. However, it is surprising that the Cardinals still emerge as the favorites after a disappointing loss last week against the Seahawks.

This might be due to the homecourt advantage but it is undeniable that bettors are leaning towards the Saints for this match-up. In addition, there is a rare trend that shows the Saints winning against the Birds as their two victories are from the Seahawks and Falcons.

The Saints are heading to this game with the presence of Chris Olave, their rookie wide receiver who suffered a concussion during their match against as Seahawks.

“I’m 100 percent,” the rookie said. “I’ll be ready on Thursday.”

The September NFC Offensive Player of the Month has been a vital piece of the Saint and was ranked 19th in the league with 389 receiving yards.

Olave, together with Michael Thomas and Jarvis Landry could be the main weapon of the Saints as they strive for better records and compete in the NFC South where the Top team is currently the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a 3-3 record. Still within reach of the Saints but they have to win the following games.

On the other hand, the Arizona squad will also have an additional wide receiver for their upcoming match as Robbie Anderson had just been traded to them following the incident with the Panther’s coaching staff.