Jaguars vs Saints: There’s one thing these two teams have in common – they were upset by the Houston Texans. With the playoff race beginning to heat up, the Jags and Saints will both be eyeing a win on Thursday Night.
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Jaguars vs Saints: Week 7 info
Date: Thursday, October 19th
Time: 8:20 PM ET
Location: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
TV channel: Amazon Prime, NFL Gamepass (DAZN)
NFL Week 7 odds: Jaguars vs Saints
Spread: Jacksonville Jaguars +1 | New Orleans Saints -1
Moneyline: Jacksonville Jaguars +110 | New Orleans Saints -120
Total: Over/Under 40
Jaguars vs Saints: Parlay +850
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Derek Carr OVER 238 passing yards -110
This game features units that contrast each other. The Jags are great offensively but struggle defensively, and the Saints have a stout defense but have left a lot to be desired on the other side of the ball. However, New Orleans is beginning to find its groove.
Derek Carr put up a stunning 353 yards in their loss to the Texans. He’s gone over the 300 line twice this season, but under the 200 line on 3 occasions. So, where does that leave us from a betting standpoint?
The Jags just allowed Gardner Minshew of all people to carve them up for 300+ yards of his own. The Saints are at the Dome they call Home and as a result, we should see Carr playing with some extra confidence. His line this week sits at just 238 yards and he should be able to surpass the 250-mark with relative ease if he can play like he did last week against a weaker Jags defense.
Chris Olave OVER 4.5 receptions -115
Let’s play a game called ‘back a dominant young wideout to go off while his quarterback is hot’.
Olave has had 4+ receptions in 4 games this season. The only times he hasn’t were in oddities against the Bucs and Pats. Again, the Saints are at home and if Carr is going to build on last week’s performance, he’s going to be turning to his WR1 early and often.
This could come back to haunt us, but it feels like the logical play.
Olave and Thomas have combined for 100 targets already this season. The rest of the team have combined for 53.
Back Olave to comfortably sail over this total.
Travis Etienne Jr. OVER 63.5 rushing yards -130
The Saints have a notoriously tough run defense, but it’s not impenetrable. Devin Singletary and Dameon Pierce made the unit look beatable last week and combined for 92 yards on 25 carries. It’s also worth noting that while New Orleans ranks 9th against the run, they’re weirdly giving up 19 more at home than they are on the road.
Etienne has only gone under 55 yards once all season and is a lock to get around 15 carries per game. It’s not a lock he’ll get over this total, but it probably should be closer to 70. I’ll be grabbing the value here.
Evan Engram OVER 42.5 receiving yards -115
If you read these articles regularly, you’ll know I always sprinkle a TE play into these parlays because there is usually some great value to be found.
Engram has had 40+ yards in all but one game this season and the Texans just bruised the Saints to the tune of 72 TE receiving yards. I like Engram to be a key role in Jacksonville’s passing attack.
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