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Last week, we saw the Saints’ defense that the NFL has been scared of playing for years. The Raiders didn’t cross the 50-yard-line until a garbage-time final drive. New Orleans limited Derek Carr to 101 yards on 15-of-26 passing (3.9 yards per attempt) with an interception before he was benched for the final drive. The Saints were sinking, but now at 3-5 they are in the thick of an NFC South that looks ripe for the taking. The Ravens come into this game hotter than Salma Hayek in From Dusk’ Til Dawn. Baltimore has won two games in a row for the first time since November of last year, and with the debut of Desean Jackson, the fifth-highest-scoring team in the NFL might have just gotten a little more dangerous. Lamar Jackson has thrown for 1,635 yards with 15 touchdowns, and as of now, he has the fourth-best odds of winning MVP. While the Baltimore defense has seen more balls over their head than a Kardashian sister, the addition of Roquan Smith should help put pressure on opposing quarterbacks. The Ravens allow 266.8 passing yards per game, and a guy like Smith, who has the most tackles in the league, can force opposing quarterbacks to be one-dimensional by covering screen plays and applying pressure.
While Baltimore might be rolling, they have their hands full if the Saints can come anywhere near repeating their performance from last week. Dennis Allen is the best defensive coordinator in the league, and even though he lost a lot of talent this offseason, he still has more weapons at his disposal than Kyle Rittenhouse with an AMEX. Demario Davis, Cam Jordan, Marcus Davenport, and Shy Tuttle all have the athletic ability to stay with Lamar Jackson. The New Orleans secondary should have no problem covering the Ravens’ receivers considering their top option Rashod Bateman is injured. While the name Andy Dalton isn’t as sexy as it was five years ago (my married cousin says the same thing about his wife), Dalton has been pretty good this year except for the Cardinals game. The Saints passing attack has been solid, and they rank seventh in passing yards (2121), sixth in passing touchdowns (14), and 11th in passing yards per attempt (7.5). If New Orleans can establish itself through the air, they match up really well against the Ravens. Vegas likes Baltimore -3, but the Saints will surprise them in a game that should spark a very winnable second half of the season for them. Take the Saints Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!