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Betting On New Orleans Saints To Win 2014 Super Bowl

2014 Super Bowl Gambling

The 2012-2013 NFL season was filled with lots of great action, and you can expect more of the same in the 2013-2014 season. There are plenty of teams who are capable of finishing the season as Super Bowl champions. Last year, it was the Baltimore Ravens who ended on top.

Over the next few weeks, we’re going to start looking at some teams that could hoist the Lombardi Trophy this coming season!

New Orleans Saints Odds to win Super Bowl XLVII from Bookmaker: +1,800

Bountygate was the biggest story of last offseason. Could the New Orleans Saints get through the suspensions and have a good year? Right out of the gate, the Saints started the 2012-2013 season 0-4. The Saints turned it around to get to 5-5, but they then dropped four of their last six to finish 7-9 and out of the playoff race.

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With Bountygate in the rear view mirror, can the Saints get it back together in the 2013-2014 season? It wasn’t long ago that the Saints were beating Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts to win the Super Bowl. They have a few specific needs they must address to get back to that point, but they also have some key parts all set as well.

Drew Brees looked a little off at the beginning of the season last year, but he got it going as the season progressed. Brees is still one of the best signal callers in the league, and he has plenty of great weapons to throw the ball to. Brees did throw 19 interceptions last year, so that is a number he’ll need to cut down on. Jimmy Graham has emerged as one of the league’s best tight ends.

Marques Colston is a great deep threat on the outside. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Even though the Saints can throw it as well if not better than anyone in the league, they’ll need to run it a little better this year. New Orleans only ran the ball on 34.7% of plays last year. Playoff teams averaged a run 45% of the time.

The defense gets a new look this year as Rob Ryan enters as the team’s new defensive coordinator. Some Saints defenders are already saying that Ryan’s defensive style is similar to Gregg Williams, who was the coordinator when the Saints won it all.

Kenny Vaccarro may start in his rookie year at the safety spot. The Saints will implement a new 3-4 defense to try to get more pressure on the opposing quarterback. The defense definitely needs to be better since they allowed 7,042 yards last year.

Getting Sean Payton back on the sideline is absolutely huge for this team. Payton’s relationship with Drew Brees makes this offense as dangerous as any in the NFL. Payton should have this team ready to go as they go for some redemption this year.

The Saints play the third toughest schedule in the league, but don’t put it past them winning the Super Bowl once again.


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