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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 10/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




NEW ORLEANS (4 - 1) at BALTIMORE (4 - 2)
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Week 7 Sunday, 10/21/2018 4:05 PM
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469NEW ORLEANS5149.5
NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-1-0.73-23-236.016.2424.0(6.6)
Road Games2-0+22-01-138.014.0461.5(6.5)0.027.510.5353.0(6.2)1.0
Last 3 Games3-0+33-02-139.718.0456.7(6.7)0.324.711.3329.7(5.8)1.3
NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.914.822.831:3525-111(4.4)25-3867.0%278(7.3)63-390(6.2)(14)
Offense Road Games38.014.028.534:2229-156(5.3)29-4169.9%305(7.3)71-461(6.5)(12.1)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.612.521.131:3625-102(4.1)25-3865.1%279(7.4)62-381(6.1)(16.1)
Defense Road Games27.510.523.029:1018-56(3.1)28-3875.0%296(7.8)56-353(6.2)(12.8)
NEW ORLEANS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-542.4%1-150.0%3-59(22.6)1-6(5.2)6-54
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.51.3 13-540.5%1-148.3%2-45(19.9)11-2(5.6)7-59
Stats Against (Road Games) 10-442.9%0-00.0%3-67(22.3)1-6(6)5-60

BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-2+1.64-22-425.515.2393.0(5.3)1.312.810.3270.8(4.8)1.0
Home Games2-0+22-01-137.023.0355.5(5.1)
Last 3 Games2-1+0.72-10-318.710.3407.3(5.4)
Grass Games4-1+2.74-11-426.015.4386.6(5.3)
BALTIMORE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.515.224.333:1929-99(3.4)27-4561.3%294(6.6)74-393(5.3)(15.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.612.321.331:2327-119(4.5)24-3863.1%251(6.6)64-371(5.8)(15.7)
Offense Home Games37.023.023.032:4431-97(3.1)25-3965.4%258(6.6)70-355(5.1)(9.6)
Defense (All Games)12.810.315.528:2021-83(3.9)20-3655.6%188(5.3)57-271(4.8)(21.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.610.519.430:5725-107(4.2)21-3660.3%226(6.4)61-333(5.5)(15.4)
Defense Home Games8.57.014.027:1623-101(4.4)16-3349.3%121(3.6)56-223(3.9)(26.2)
BALTIMORE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-426.5%1-00.0%2-60(24.1)2-17(7.7)8-75
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.20.31.5 13-535.6%1-056.7%2-45(24.4)14-2(8)7-61
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-427.6%1-00.0%3-103(29.4)3-25(8.3)11-110
Average power rating of opponents played: NEW ORLEANS 17,  BALTIMORE 17.8
NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/9/2018TAMPA BAY40-48L-10L49.5O13-4337-45-432234-11221-28-4170
9/23/2018@ ATLANTA43-37W1.5W54O27-14339-49-391022-4826-35-3590
9/30/2018@ NY GIANTS33-18W-3W51.5U32-17019-34-219015-6531-41-2342
10/21/2018@ BALTIMORE            
10/28/2018@ MINNESOTA            
11/4/2018LA RAMS            
11/11/2018@ CINCINNATI            

BALTIMORE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/13/2018@ CINCINNATI23-34L0L43O22-6632-55-359328-10824-42-2650
9/30/2018@ PITTSBURGH26-14W3W51.5U30-9628-42-355111-1927-47-2652
10/7/2018@ CLEVELAND9-12L-3.5L44.5U25-11629-57-294228-11225-43-3041
10/14/2018@ TENNESSEE21-0W-2.5W43U35-12325-37-238114-5510-15-510
10/21/2018NEW ORLEANS            
10/28/2018@ CAROLINA            
NEW ORLEANS: Though he's lost a little arm strength, QB Drew Brees is most prolific when working deep down the middle, where WR Michael Thomas thrived last season. WR Ted Ginn can still take the top off a defense, and WR Cam Meredith and TE Ben Watson are quality role players. RB Alvin Kamara is almost unstoppable in space, averaging an eye-popping 9.0 yards per touch as a rookie (no other player with 100+ carries averaged more than 7.1). The 2017 Saints' D ended the team's three-year run of finishing among the bottom five in points allowed. DE Cam Jordan earned All-Pro honors with 13 sacks amidst countless double- and triple-team blocking. CB Marshon Lattimore is already a true shutdown corner, and fellow 2017 draft pick S Marcus Williams was key to New Orleans' defensive turnaround. Free agent arrivals CB Patrick Robinson and LB Demario Davis upgrade the unit.
BALTIMORE: After another disappointing season from QB Joe Flacco, Baltimore overhauled their receiving corps by adding free agent WRs Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead, along with rookie TEs Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews. The additions are more quantity than quality. RB Alex Collins emerged as a bona fide No. 1, and RB Kenneth Dixon could be a factor after missing all of 2017 because of a knee injury. While the Ravens defense put up impressive numbers last season, they faced a comically weak set of opposing QBs (DeShone Kizer twice, E.J. Manuel, Matt Moore, Brett Hundley and Tom Savage among them). New to 2018's schedule are Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan and Philip Rivers. While the secondary is strong and LB Terrell Suggs remains pass-rushing force, the Ravens are unlikely to force a league-high 34 turnover again.
Saints-Ravens: Brees vs. No. 1 defense

A classic matchup between the NFL's top-ranked defense and one of the league's best offenses is set for Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens face the New Orleans Saints at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

The Ravens (4-2), who boast the No. 1 defense in the league, are the only remaining team that Saints quarterback Drew Brees has not beaten during his 18-year career and Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh wants to keep it that way.

Brees passed Peyton Manning to establish the NFL record for most career passing yards in a Week 5 victory over the Washington Redskins. He has not thrown an interception in his last six regular-season games, the longest such streak of his career, which covers 232 passes.

The veteran also needs just one touchdown pass to reach 500 for his career.

"His vision is unbelievable. His pocket awareness is the best, and he's very accurate," Harbaugh said. "So he can see, he can find the open receiver, and he gets guys in position. They scheme guys open. He knows what he's looking at pre-snap, and he knows what he's looking at post-snap.

"So he's not going to miss an open guy very often, and he has a great feel for the rush. He'll take some sacks if he has to, but only if he has to. He throws; he'll hang in there and make some tight throws when he has pressure all around him. He has the numbers he has for a reason."

The Saints (4-1), coming off a bye week, lead the league in scoring, averaging 36 points per game, but feel like they're getting better.

Leading rusher Mark Ingram II returned after a four-game suspension to give the Saints a 1-2 punch in the backfield with Alvin Kamara.

Veteran wide receiver Cameron Meredith is getting healthier after major knee surgery last year, rookie receiver Tre'Quan Smith is coming off his best game of the season and guard Andrus Peat is also becoming healthier.

"Everybody on the offense can make a play at any moment," Kamara said. "It's just a matter of taking advantage of those opportunities, whether it's Tre'Quan, who's young and still learning the offense, or whether it's Cam, who's young in regards to our offense. Anybody -- me, Mark or Mike (Thomas) -- that's what we preach on is when your opportunity comes, make a play."

The Ravens have allowed the fewest points per game (12.8) and fewest yards per game (270.8) in the NFL. Baltimore also leads the league in sacks (25) after a compiling a franchise-record 11 in a 21-0 win over the Tennessee Titans a week ago.

"You just want to play productive defense, and we had the opportunity to do that," Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said. "Our offense did a good job of controlling the time of possession, so we pretty much had a fresh defense. It was a team win, offense, defense, and special teams alike. So, it was a good win. It was a good road win, too."

Baltimore also has not allowed a second-half touchdown in their first six games, the longest streak since the 1970 merger, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

"Certainly, their pass rush (produced), but I think, just as importantly, their efficiency on first and second down really put Tennessee into those certain favorable down and distances that you want defensively," Saints head coach Sean Payton said.

So, an emphasis for the Saints will be to move the ball well enough on first and second down.

"They have a bunch of guys that can get to the quarterback individually, but schematically they have a bunch of disguises and exotic looks that can confuse the front five and the quarterback," Saints left tackle Terron Armstead said. "We're going to have to be great with our communication be great with our game plan."

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has passed for 1,788 yards, nine touchdowns and four interceptions. He has been able to effectively use all of his weapons on offense, most notably Michael Crabtree, Willie Snead IV and John Brown, who is the deep threat.

Snead will face his former team for the first time. The Saints decided not to match the Ravens' offer for Snead in the offseason and he has 30 catches for 313 yards and a touchdown for Baltimore.

"Last year just left a really bitter taste in my mouth -- the organization and how everything was handled," Snead said. "To be a part of this organization was just a breath of fresh air. I wanted to go somewhere where I'm wanted."

Last Updated: 11/22/2019 2:49:48 PM EST

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