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The New Orleans Saints have an NFC South title on their minds this season, and they’ll march into Atlanta on Sunday to begin their quest.

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Saints vs. Falcons: Best bets

The New Orleans Saints will take their ferocious D and revamped offense on the road to Atlanta for an early game this Sunday. Here are a couple of our favorite bets from FanDuel.

Saints (-5.5, -110) @ Falcons

New Saints head coach Dennis Allen has a lot of reasons to be fired up. He’ll start the season with a healthy squad that includes the return of star receiver Michael Thomas and quarterback Jameis Winston. He also has a new deep threat in first-round pick Chris Olave who will be looking to pop the top off the D in his first game as a pro.

Throw in sure-handed slot receiver Jarvis Landry and one of the best defenses in the league, and you have a recipe for a successful season. The Falcons, on the other hand, are in rebuild mode. Matt Ryan has flown the coop, and the Dirty Birds are left with Marcus Mariota running the show. He’ll be without top receiver Calvin Ridley (who was suspended for gambling) and will be playing behind one of the worst offensive lines in the league.

Atlanta does have some nice young players in Kyle Pitts and first-rounder Drake London, but this team won’t be competitive this year. Saints cover this one with ease.

Anytime Touchdown Scorer – Chris Olave (+200)

The Saints have a shiny new toy in Olave, and they’ll be looking to get him involved early and often against a porous Atlanta defense. The 11th overall pick did nothing but score TDs at Ohio State last year – tallying 13 in 11 games. Olave also found paydirt this preseason, and we like him to start his rookie year with a trip to the endzone in this one. At +200, there’s some excellent value in this prop bet.

About the Author

Ryan Hagen

Ryan Hagen is a communications graduate of Royal Roads University in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He’s spent most of his career writing in roles that have ranged from copywriter at a boutique ad agency to corporate communications at a large oil firm. His true passion is sports, and he’s now been writing in the sports gaming industry for the last couple of years. He enjoys sports betting and usually bets a little too much when he loses and not quite enough when he wins. Hagen’s favorite teams include the Seattle Seahawks (tears have been shed recently), the Toronto Blue Jays, and the Calgary Flames. He's enjoyed a nomadic lifestyle for the last five years and tends to hang his hat where the food is best. He is currently residing in beautiful Oaxaca, Mexico, where he is hurting his brain daily trying to learn Spanish.