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NFL Week 7 Regular Season action sees the Green Bay Packers taking on the New Orleans Saints on Sunday October 26 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Cappers Picks provides free *NFL* handicapping tips all season long.

Two NFL teams going in totally opposite directions meet in the Big Easy on Sunday when the Green Bay Packers, on the heels of a four game win streak head into the Superdome to take on the struggling New Orleans Saints.

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Green Bay (5-2) at New Orleans (2-4)
When: 8:30 PM ET, Sunday, October 26, 2014
Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
Broadcast: NBC
NFL Week 8 Betting Lines
Green Bay Packers Week 8 Line: +1.5
New Orleans Saints Week 8 Line:   -1.5
Week 8 Over/Under: 55
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The Packers are coming off an impressive blowout win versus the Panthers while the Saints – the will be out to avenge a late-game meltdown in a loss against the Calvin Johnson-less Detroit Lions.


The Green Bay Packers have been getting it done in impressive fashion the last months – their four wins have come by a combined 77 points! The team has averaged 36.3 points per game during their four game streak allowing Packers fans to finally RELAX.

Aaron Rodgers has been on his game to say the least – last week he completed 19 of 22 passes and three TDs – his fourth straight game that he has tossed three or more TDs. Strengthening his MVP bid is the fact that Rodgers has thrown just one interception all season long compared to 18 TDs. Jordy Nelson has been a beast for Green Bay and the rest of the largely “no-name” pass catchers have been doing their jobs as well.

Perhaps the most impressive part of Green Bay’s game lately has been the rushing attack that has risen from the ashes and has averaged a respectable 133 yards per game the last three while scoring four TDs over that span. Eddie Lacy has woken up and James Starks had started to get more involved before injury last time out. We can point to the offensive line for the uptick in both the running and passing games – the big guys are protecting Rodgers and opening up holes for the backs.

Defensively the Packers seem to be realizing their potential. They have at least one interception in every game this season and have a combined 10 picks on the season. A matchup against a turnover prone Drew Brees could strengthen Green Bay’s defensive numbers, especially if the Pack’s offense can jump out to a lead and force the Saints to play catch-up.


Not a whole lot has gone right for the New Orleans Saints this season – at all! The crowning jewel on a disappointing season came last week when they allowed the shorthanded Detroit Lions 14 unanswered points in the final four minutes of the game en route to a 24-23 loss. The Saints have now lost seven straight road games – it’s a good thing for home where they are 10-0 the last season and a half.

But even home field advantage doesn’t look as daunting as it once did for New Orleans. After all, the Bucs forced New Orleans into Overtime in the last game at the Superdome – a match that the Saints looked prime to lose up until the end.

Drew Brees hasn’t been playing well so far – he had three interceptions two weeks ago and it was an ill-advised pass that resulted in a pick against the Lions that turned that game around. Jimmy Graham is injured and hasn’t been himself, the Saints are having their usual trouble running the ball and the defense under Rob Ryan has been a shadow of its 2013 self.

That defense has allowed a staggering 27.5 points per game this year – 27th in the league and arguably their best player Keenan Lewis has been dealing with a toe injury. There isn’t a ton of optimism heading into this week for the Saints defense except for the fact that they play much, much better on home turf.

Throw in injuries to Jimmy Graham and Pierre Thomas and the outlook looks bleak for the Saints.

NFL Week 8 Betting Trends

• GB are 14-3 ATS in their last 17 games in October.
• GB are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games in Week 8.
• GB are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 vs. NFC.
• Over is 6-2 in NO last 8 games in Week 8.
• NO are 5-13 ATS in their last 18 games in Week 8.
• NO are 36-17 ATS in their last 53 home games.

NFL Week 8 Betting Prediction:

New Orleans’ home win streak is impressive indeed but it is about to come to an unpleasant end! Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense have been off the charts the last four weeks – virtually untouchable.

4* Free Play On Green Bay Packers +1 1/2

The Saints aren’t playing good enough defense and the offense seems unable to score the 35 points necessary to keep up with the Packers in this one.

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