Green Bay Packers vs New Orleans Saints
In National Football League action this Sunday, Lambeau Field will play host to a matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers. The New Orleans Saints are coming off a game against the Carolina Panthers that took place on Monday. In that game, the New Orleans Saints were able to pull out a victory by a score of three points. The Green Bay Packers played their second game of the season against the Atlanta Falcons. The game took place in Green Bay. The Green Bay Packers' record now stands at 1-1 after a loss by one point.Grab Your Signup Bonus
Green Bay Packers - Packers hoping to rebound from their recent defeat
The Green Bay Packers opened their season with a game against their rivals, the Chicago Bears, and performed satisfactorily. The Green Bay Packers won the game 38-20, scoring points in each of the game's four quarters, including 28 points in the second half. At the end of the game, Jordan Love had 245 yards and three touchdowns. In the victory, Aaron Jones was the most effective player in both the rushing assault (nine runs for 41 yards and a touchdown) and the receiving offense (two receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown). The Green Bay Packers evened their record for the season with a loss to the Falcons on Sunday, bringing them back to .500. The Green Bay Packers were up 24-12 heading into the fourth quarter of their game, but they were defeated 25-24 after suffering a 13-0 scoring deficit in that period. Jordan Love completed passes for three touchdowns and had 151 yards. Dontayvion Wicks (40 yards, one touchdown) and Jayden Reed (37 yards, two touchdowns) were the top two receivers for the team that ultimately came up short. The Green Bay Packers have been victorious in every one of their home openers during the past ten years. Additionally, in eight of their last nine home openers against opponents from the National Football Conference, the Green Bay Packers have defeated their opponents while covering the point spread.
New Orleans Saints - Saints hoping to get another win
In their season opener, the New Orleans Saints and the Tennessee Titans played a competitive game that went down to the wire. The New Orleans Saints were behind 9-6 at the break, but they managed to pull off a comeback and win 16-15 in the end. Jamaal Williams added 18 carries for 45 yards to the team's total, while quarterback Derek Carr ended with 305 yards, one score, and one interception. Chris Olave had the most receptions among the wide receivers, eight, for a total of 112 yards. On Monday, the New Orleans Saints won game two of their series against the Carolina Panthers by a score of 20-17. The Saints scored points in each of the game's four quarters. Carr completed 21 of 36 passes for 228 yards and one interception while throwing the ball. Taysome Hill had the most yards gained by rushing with 75 off of nine attempts, while Olave led the team in receiving yards with 86 off of six receptions. Each of the New Orleans Saints' most recent seven games played in Week 3 have been won by the underdog. Additionally, in each of the Saints' most recent eight Week 3 contests, the underdog has covered the point spread. In addition to this, the New Orleans Saints have won the first quarter of each of their last four games despite being road underdogs following a win on the road.
Expert Betting Tips
I'm going to side with the Green Bay Packers on this one. The Green Bay Packers blew a chance to win the game they played the previous weekend by having a terrible fourth quarter. The Packers were in a position to win the game late in the game. The Green Bay Packers only had 224 total yards, 140 of which were through the air, 17 first downs, and seven penalties, but they took excellent care of the ball, committing zero turnovers, and they really ought to have won. The Green Bay Packers had a rough fourth quarter overall, with the Atlanta Falcons preventing their offense from getting on the field for 36 minutes and 15 seconds and the Packers having very few positive plays during that period. However, I believe that the Green Bay Packers will get back on track and have a strong showing at home in Week 3.