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Week 7 of the NFL season starts with the New Orleans Saints hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars. DraftKings Sportsbook has an excellent welcome bonus available to bettors that involves $200 in bonus bets for simply betting $5.
The Jaguars head into this game with question marks surrounding the status of quarterback Trevor Lawrence. His backup is C.J. Beathard.
The Saints are coming off a road loss to the Houston Texans, but we are the first team this season to intercept a pass from their rookie quarterback, C.J. Stroud.
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The Jaguars are 4-2 this season and 4-2 ATS, while the Saints are 3-3 and 1-4-1 ATS. Below are the moneyline odds, point spread lines, and over/under lines for this Week 7 matchup.
|Jacksonville Jaguars||+1 (-108)||+102||Over 40 (-110)|
|New Orleans Saints||-1 (-112)||-122||Under 40 (-110)|
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Should Lawrence suit up in this one, these teams both have matchups in which we could see some points scored and go over that 40 line.
The Saints are taking on a Jaguars defense that allows over 270 passing yards per game, including 310 last week. They could also be without one of their top cornerbacks, Tyson Campbell, here as well, making it easier for the Saints offense. However, quarterback Derek Carr has only exceeded his passing yards line in this game (239.5) just twice this season, so he’ll look to take advantage of this favorable matchup.
As for the Jaguars, the Saints cornerback group of Marshon Lattimore, Alontae Taylor, and Paulson Adebo are beatable, especially with weapons like Christian Kirk and Calvin Ridley on the outside.
Lattimore is allowing 15.1 yards per reception, Taylor has allowed three touchdowns, and Adebo is allowing 16.9 yards per reception.
We could see some points scored here, making the over an enticing wager.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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