Saints vs. Titans 2021 NFL Week 10 Odds, Preview and Pick
The New Orleans Saints and the Tennessee Titans meet Sunday to start their Week 10 game. Saints head coach Sean Payton and his squad will try to bounce back from their recent loss to the Falcons. Simultaneously, the hosts are on a roll with five-straight wins and look to get their third home win of the season.
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Saints vs. Titans Game Information
- When: Sunday, November 14, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
- Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee
- TV: CBS
- Radio: WWL-FM 105.3 FM (Saints) / WGFX 104.5 FM (Titans)
- Live Stream:NFL Game Pass
- NFL Odds: Saints (TBA) / Titans (TBA)
Why Bet on the New Orleans Saints?
The Saints look to regain momentum after suffering their second defeat of the season and first loss in front of their home crowd. They fell three points short of a win despite matching the Falcons in total yards. More than that, the side even outdid the visitors in total rushing yards 109 to 34.
The offense is not the Saints’ strongest suit. The team averages 305.9 total yards (29th) and 180.9 passing yards per game (31st). These are some of the worst records in the league right now. However, they make up for the deficit in rushing. The Saints average 125.0 rushing yards per game (tenth).
As a team, The Saints shine on the defensive end of the field. The team limits opponents to 344.3 total yards per game (10th). They also have one of the best rushing defenses in the league, holding opponents to 79.4 rushing yards per game (second). This is one part of the game that we look forward to knowing that the Titans heavily rely on rushing plays.
The Saints enter the game with all starters locked and loaded. Quarterback Trevor Siemian is ready to help his team recover from their recent loss. The side should utilize a healthy team lining up against a relatively banged-up Titans squad on Sunday.
Why Bet on the Tennessee Titans?
The Titans continue an incredible run as they sit on top of the AFC South division. Head coach Mike Vrabel returns home after a solid road performance against the Colts and the Rams, respectively.
Rushing is one of the strongest suits of the Titans, attempting the most rushes per game right now at 32.5 per game. The hosts also record 147.6 rushing yards per game and are fourth-best in the NFL right now. Overall, the Tennessee offense averages 377.1 yards per game (11th).
Previewing the defense, the Titans hardly keep up with the best. They allow 368.1 opponent yards (22nd) and 267.4 opponent passing yards per game. Surprisingly, they deal with rushing attacks very well. They limit opponents to 100.8 rushing yards per game. This should fare well against a Saints team that is heavy on rushing plays.
Several injuries plague the Titans right now. Left tackle Taylor Lewan is the lone player on the questionable list following a knee injury. Furthermore, right guard Nate Davis and Rashaan Evans are ruled out of the game.
Saints vs. Titans Betting Trends
- The Saints are 3-2 in their last five regular-season road games against the Titans (3-2 ATS).
- The Saints are 8-2 in their last ten regular-season road games (6-4 ATS).
- The totals went over in two of the Saints’ last six regular-season road games.
- The Titans are 6-4 in their last ten regular-season home games (6-4 ATS).
- The Titans allowed 30 points or more in two of their last five games at the Nissan Stadium.
- The totals went under in three of the Titans’ last five regular-season home games.
Saints vs. Titans Expert Betting Predictions
The Titans have the upper hand in this matchup, but not by much. Home-field advantage is a huge plus for the team and they should make the most of Tennessee’s raging support. If Ryan Tannehill can continue his string of impressive performances, he can make it difficult for the Saints to pick up some pace. Meanwhile, the Saints are eager to add a fourth road win to their record this season. There’s a good chance that the team covers the spread as well. They put in a good effort against the Falcons in Week 9 and were within a few points away from securing the home victory. Ultimately, this is a matchup you wouldn’t want to miss.
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