The toughest activity in the NFL is to win consecutive Super Bowls, particularly with the NFL being as adjusted as it ever has been. The New Orleans Saints won the 2010 Super Bowl by playing adjusted football as a group, making enormous plays, remaining a sound at the perfect time and a little Cajun fortunes so before making your NFL Picks to win the 2011 Super Bowl, see whether the Saints can rehash.
Super Bowl Game Card
Date: February 4, 2018
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium, MN
Flyers: Stanley Cups: 1973–74, 1974–75
The Saints come into the 2010-11 season outfitted with every one of the tools to win everything once more. It begins with the best passing offense in the group lead by Eagles odds to win Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees who has tossed for no less than 4000 yards in five back to back seasons and a plenty of touchy collectors in Marques Colston, Jeremy Shockey, Robert Meachem and Reggie Bush.
To compliment their passing offense, the Saints likewise convey an adjusted run assault to the table which makes them relatively difficult to stop. They lost running back Mike Bell as he was exchanged to the Philadelphia Eagles yet they will have Pierre Thomas who was their #1 back last season among a backfield that saw 3 running backs get more than 70 conveys in 2009-10 seasons. This offense will by and by making issues for NFL resistances particularly behind the virtuoso personality of head mentor Sean Peyton who calls the plays and lead the association in total offense yards three out of the four years with the Saints Eagles odds to win Super Bowl.
The shortcoming of the Saints a year ago was certainly their safeguard in spite of the fact that they made up every one of the yards they surrendered by making enormous plays reliably all through the season. The barrier improved under cautious coordinator Gregg Williams and Darren Sharper's huge plays to bring a Saint group that was 22nd in the turnover the earlier year to third last season. The Saints pass safeguard was positioned 26th against the pass and 21st against the run however with the new expansion of Alex Brown who originated from the Chicago Bears and the draft pick of 309 pound Al Woods, the wagering odds are sheltered to state they will be a greatly improved resistance this season.
The safeguard will be forceful and ought to have the capacity to put the offense in scoring position with the capacity to cause turnovers. They should have the capacity to close down the run superior to anything they did a year ago. The tenderfoot Davis will be a stud regardless of where they line him up. He will add another playmaker to the guarded side of the ball.
Energy and wellbeing mean the world while battling for a Super Bowl and the Saints should manage some misfortune ahead of schedule in the season. Their protective commander Darren Sharper will miss a couple of diversions because of a miniaturized scale break knee surgery and fall off their first Super Bowl in establishment history will make a group headache. Our master NFL expectations venture the Saints to win the NFC South, however, winning the 2011 Super Bowl will be a long shot as the NFL wagering odds have the Saints at +1000 to win everything.
Super Bowl Betting Odds
|Eagles||+4½ -115||O 48||+155|
|Patriots||-4½ -105||O 48||-190|
Super Bowl Betting History
|51||New England 34, Atlanta 28||NE -3||Over 57.5|
|50||Panthers 10, Broncos 24||CAR -4.5||Under 43|
|49||Patriots 28, Seahawks 24||NE -1||Over 47|
|48||Seahawks 43, Broncos 8||SEA +1.5||Over 47|
|47||Ravens 34, 49ers 31||BAL +4.5||Over 47.5|
|46||Giants 21, Patriots 17||NYG +3||Under 53|
|45||Packers 31, Steelers 25||GB -3||Over 44.5|
|44||Saints 31, Colts 17||NO +4.5||Under 56.5|
|43||Steelers 27, Cardinals 23||ARI +6.5||Over 46.5|
|42||Giants 17, Patriots 14||NYG +12.5||Under 54.5|
|41||Colts 29, Bears 17||IND -6.5||Under 47|
|40||Steelers 21, Seahawks 10||PIT -4||Under 47|
|39||Patriots 24, Eagles 21||PHI +7||Under 47|
|38||Patriots 32, Panthers 29||CAR +7||Over 38|
|37||Bucs 48, Raiders 21||TB +3.5||Over 44|
|36||Patriots 20, Rams 17||NE +14||Under 53|
|35||Ravens 34, Giants 7||BAL -3||Over 33.5|
|34||Rams 23, Titans 16||STL -7||Under 48|
|33||Broncos 34, Falcons 19||DEN -7.5||Over 51.5|
|32||Broncos 31, Packers 24||DEN +11.5||Over 49|
|31||Packers 35, Patriots 21||GB -14||Over 49|
|30||Cowboys 27, Steelers 17||PIT +13.5||Under 51|
My gosh, i didn’t realize it until NBC just pointed it out that Philadelphia’s 4 sports teams have combined for only 9 championships. They should pass a local law making it mandatory to include the 5 titles the A’s won and the Stars’ USFL title.— Mike Vaccaro (@MikeVacc) January 14, 2018