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Odds Shark NFL Previews:
Dec 11, 1:00 PM | Grass of LP Field
New Orleans Saints vs Tennessee Titans Odds
The New Orleans Saints have lost four in a row to Tennessee, but they are favored here on the road visiting an improved Titans squad in Week 14 NFL betting action.
The Saints have been playing very well and they have been dominant as chalk, going 15-4 SU past 19 games as favorite. However, they are just 1-6 ATS the past seven games as a road favorite.
The Titans, meanwhile, have played 7 straight unders vs NFC South teams since 2003, which will make some totals bettors pay attention to the over under line movement this week.
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Former Dolphins player Heath Evans says when Nick Saban was coaching the Dolphins in 2005, he ignored a seriously ill player who was convulsing after a difficult workout.
Here's a fresh and not exactly in-the-box thought on the Titans' running game.
Chris Johnson's lengthy holdout that had the Titans hovering at the bottom of the NFL in running the football for more than half the season might actually work to his and Tennessee's advantage for the regular season's final few weeks.
That's because Johnson looks to finally be...
Drew Brees led a decisive fourth-quarter scoring drive. Tracy Porter made a game-sealing interception. A fourth-straight win helped New Orleans consolidate its NFC South Division lead.
For linebacker Scott Shanle, the Saints' latest win over Detroit on Sunday night, as well as the way they've played since the second half of the 2011 season began, has been reminiscent of...
Chris Johnson refused to give up on his Tennessee Titans and lost up to 10 pounds before the crucial game against the Buffalo Bills.
Johnson told Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean that he’s been so sick that he hadn’t eaten a full meal in a week and had lost 10 pounds.
“I can’t lie, I felt weak out there. It was pretty hard to practice all week,” Johnson said. “It was...
Darren Sproles catches yet another pass.
Good news for the Lions, maybe the only good news, is that Nick Fairley is out there.
As I typed that, Drew Brees just found Lance Moore for a TD. This one was for about a 21-yard gain.
Drew Brees passed for 342 yards and three touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints won their fourth straight, 31-17 over the Detroit Lions on Sunday night.
Drew Brees passed for 252 yards and two touchdowns, and the Saints raced to a 24-7 halftime lead over the Detroit Lions on Sunday night.