The New Orleans Saints are hot; the Niners aren’t.
The Saints started the season 1-2, and it was not looking good for the team with such high aspirations. Since then, the Saints have gone 5-0 and have been defeating teams by small and large margins proving dominance.
The Niners, on the other hand, play in one of the toughest divisions in football. They really haven’t had any momentum this season. Through four games, they were 2-2, and through eight games, they were 4-4. They lost in Week 9 making them 4-5.
The Saints are bringing a five-game winning streak in Week 10; the Niners are bringing no real momentum into this game at all. On top of that, the Saints demolished a team that is better than the Niners last week.
The Niners are definitely not as much of a threat as they were last year. Emmanuel Sanders now plays for the Saints and they have been dominating teams as of late. I wouldn’t be surprised if this game gets out of hand early for San Francisco.