The New Orleans Saints will look to snap a two-game skid when they visit the City of Brotherly Love to face the Philadelphia Eagles. Will the Saints steal a win in Philly? Or will the Eagles fly high again? Check out our preview of this game below.
Betting Preview for the New Orleans Saints vs Philadelphia Eagles Regular Season Week 11 Game on November 21, 2021
Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
When: Sunday, November 21, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the New Orleans Saints (+1)
Regular Season Record: 5-4
That’s two losses in a row for the Saints. After losing to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 9, New Orleans suffered a 23-21 defeat at the hands of the Tennessee Titans on the road in Week 10. Trevor Siemian started anew for the Saints, passing for 298 yards and two touchdowns with zero touchdowns on 19/34 completions. He might have just earned at least another start with that performance, but the Saints have to shore up their pass protection after allowing four sacks for a loss of 22 yards in the Titans game. Running back Alvin Kamara missed Week 10 due to a knee problem and he could be best treated as questionable for Week 11. But in case he can’t go against the Eagles, the Saints will rely on Mark Ingram again for the bulk of rushing duties. Ingram. He has a chance to take advantage of Philly’s run defense that just allowed 5.3 yards per carry in Week 10 to the Denver Broncos.
The Saints are 4-0 against the spread in their last four games after a loss.
Betting on the Philadelphia Eagles (-1)
Regular Season Record: 4-6
Philadelphia might be starting to see progress in the partnership of Nick Siriani and Jalen Hurts. In Week 10’s 30-13 road win over the Denver Broncos, Hurts connected on 16/23 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns with an interception and also rushed for 53 yards and 14 carries. Those numbers might not jump out of the paper, but that’s a solid Broncos defense that the Eagles just hang 30 points on. The Saints’ defense started out strong this season, but hasn’t looked special of late. Dealing with a talented, athletic dual-threat quarterback in Hurts could mean massive headaches for New Orleans. The Eagles don’t have an elite pass rush, but there’s an opportunity for Philadelphia’s defense to make noise in the Saints’ backfield after New Orleans surrendered four sacks to the Titans.
The Eagles are 5-2 against the spread in their last seven games versus NFC teams.
The Eagles win, 24-21.
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