The New Orleans Saints are 3-7 and their chances of somehow winning the NFC South are still existent but they're slipping further away from having a realistic chance to win the division. A 3-7 team shouldn't be in contention to win the division in the first place but that's how bad the NFC South is.
Speaking of bad, the Los Angeles Rams have not had the kind of year they were hoping for after winning the Super Bowl nine months ago. The Rams have had the definition of a Super Bowl hangover, currently sitting with a 3-6 record and hanging out in the bottom of their respective division.
Saints fans, of course, are happy to see the Rams struggling but they can't laugh too hard because their team isn't much better. Both teams are not having a good 2022 campaign and that makes this game another snoozer on the upcoming schedule.
Saints vs Rams Odds Week 11
New Orleans is a 3-point favorite with a moneyline of -165 while Los Angeles' moneyline is +140. The over/under is set at 39 points, which shows that Vegas isn't confident in these offenses. It's not hard to see why, as the Saints don't have a quarterback and Matthew Stafford missed the last game for the Rams due to a concussion. When he has played, however, he hasn't looked good.
Saints vs Rams Prediction Week 11
I'm baffled that the Saints continued to be favored despite showing how bad they really are. I guess the argument here is that NOLA is the home team and the Rams have been comically bad. If Stafford is cleared to play this week, the Rams should be able to put enough points on the board to take the win. I'll take the Rams in a 24-13 win if that's the case.
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