NFL Week 2 odds: New Orleans Saints heavy favorites despite loss – (NOLA.COM) Saints News

NOLA.COM – NFL Week 2 odds: New Orleans Saints heavy favorites despite
loss – (NOLA.COM)

The New Orleans Saints will look to bounce back from a 48-40 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2 as they host the Cleveland Browns on Sunday (Sept. 16) when they host the Cleveland Browns at noon in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.  

The Browns are coming off of a tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers after Cleveland Browns kicker Zane Gonzalez’s game-winning attempt was blocked by linebacker T.J. Watt. The Saints opened as a 7.5-point favorite at home.   

Take a look at the NFL’s Week 2 odds below.

NFL Week 2 Odds
Thursday    
at CINCINNATI1PK(OFF)Baltimore
Sunday    
at WASHINGTON33(OFF)Indianapolis
at ATLANTA44(OFF)Carolina
at GREEN BAY33(OFF)Minnesota
LA Chargers71/28(OFF)at BUFFALO
at TENNESSEEOFFOFF(OFF)Houston
at PITTSBURGH41/24(OFF)Kansas City
at NY JETSPKPK(OFF)Miami
Philadelphia33(OFF)at TAMPA BAY
at LA RAMS81/281/2(OFF)Arizona
at SAN FRANCISCO31/231/2(OFF)Detroit
at JACKSONVILLEPKPK(OFF)New England
at DENVER33(OFF)Oakland
at DALLAS55(OFF)NY Giants
Monday    
at CHICAGO33(OFF)Seattle

Read the NOLA.COM article: www.nola.com/saints/index.ssf/2018/09/nfl_week_2_odds_saints_heavy_f.html

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