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New Orleans Saints vs Cincinnati Bengals prediction, preview and odds.

New Orleans Saints (7-1) take on the Cincinnati Bengals (5-3) on November 11, 2018, 1:00 PM ET at the Paul Brown Stadium.

ODDS: NO -6.0 o/u 53.5
OPEN: NO -4.5 o/u 55.5

Partly Cloudy with 53% cloud cover and a 0% chance for rain. It will be 41° with 41% humidity and winds at 6 mph S. The Paul Brown Stadium has an open roof so weather should be considered.

New Orleans is ranked #2 in offense and #27 in defense while Cincinnati is ranked #10 offensively and #30 defensively.

New Orleans Stats
Passing Yards 252.6 12th
Rushing Yards 126.6 6th
Points For 31.5 3rd
Points Against 22.1 14th
Cincinnati Stats
Passing Yards 205.6 24th
Rushing Yards 105.1 21st
Points For 23.0 17th
Points Against 28.4 30th

Betting Trends:

  • Saints are 7-1 (6-2 ATS) this season
  • New Orleans o/u is 4-4 the last 10 games
  • New Orleans is 5-0 ATS in its last 5 games
  • New Orleans is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games
  • Bengals are 5-3 (4-4 ATS) this season
  • Cincinnati o/u is 5-3 the last 10 games
  • Cincinnati is 2-4 ATS in its last 6 games
  • Cincinnati is 7-3 SU in its last 10 games

Prediction: Saints 32 - Bengals 24
Betting Pick: New Orleans Saints -5.5 and OVER 54

Computer Prediction - Sportsjaw Scorecaster is a free prediction tool using fundamental NFL handicapping metrics: offensive and defensive stats, score differentials, yards per attempt, rushing yards, NFL power rankings, rushing/passing yards, and points allowed.

  • Bettor Insights

  • November 11 at 10:01am

    Against the Bengals (5-3), it is hard to guess how often Brees will look Thomass way. The red-hot Saints can be expected to put on an offensive show against Cincinnatis terrible defense, and when they get rolling, the ball tends to spread around. But if there is one thing that has become abundantly clear, its that Thomas does not need many opportunities to make his presence felt. Betting Pick: Saints -6

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  • November 11 at 9:06am

    **PICK: SAINTS TO WIN AND COVER** i'm not going to bet against the hottest team in the NFL right notw. They were able to knock off the undefeated Rams last weekend in a shootout. The Bengals pass defense is ranked dead last so this should be easy picking for Drew and crew.

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  • November 11 at 8:36am

    Prediction: New Orleans Saints & OVER 53.5 - With their big win over the Rams this past Sunday, New Orleans has cemented themselves as the team to beat in the NFC. The Saints have been hit with injuries at the wide receiver position and they were hoping to fill this void with Dez Bryant, but he reportedly tore his achilles in practice on Thursday and is done for the year. As for the Bengals, theyve shown some flashes of greatness this season but also some pretty ugly performances, especially against the stronger teams.

    This Cincinnati Bengals got blown out 10-45 against Kansas City a couple weeks ago and I think Brees will pick this Bengals secondary apart today. I know it's a popular pick but I'm going Saints today. New Orleans Saints -5.5 and OVER 53.5.

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  • November 5 at 9:05am

    New Orleans Saints (7-1) take on the Cincinnati Bengals (5-3) on November 11, 2018, 1:00 PM ET at the Paul Brown Stadium

     New Orleans Saints vs Cincinnati Bengals on 2018-11-11 added by MatchupStats

    Betting odds:
    Saints-6 and Bengals+6.5. Over/Under: 53.

    New Orleans is ranked #2 in offense and #27 in defense while Cincinnati is ranked #10 offensively and #30 defensively.

    ATS Betting Trends:
    New Orleans Saints is 5-1 (5-1 ATS) and Cincinnati Bengals is 3-2 (3-2 ATS). The over / under for New Orleans the past 10 games is 4-2 while Cincinnati Bengals o/u is 2-3.

    Predicted Score: Saints 33 - Bengals 27.
    SJ Computer Pick: Cincinnati Bengals +6.5 and OVER 53.

    Computer Prediction - SJ Computer Picks is a free prediction tool using fundamental NFL handicapping metrics: offensive and defensive stats, score differentials, yards per attempt, rushing yards, NFL power rankings, rushing/passing yards, and points allowed.

  • November 12 at 7:37am

    Canal Street Chronicles: Beignets and Cafe au Lait: Saints at Bengals Edition


    As always, for our novice readers or non-New Orleanians, welcome!

    Let's start with some definitions:

    Beignets (English: /bu025bnu02c8jeu026a/; French: [bu025bu0272u025b], ben-YAY literally bump) are distinctly New Orleans, a delicacy intimately connected to the city's rich French heritage. Best enjoyed heavily powdered with sugar.

    Cafe au lait (/u02cckaefeu026a ou028a u02c8leu026a, kaeu02ccfeu026a, ku0259-/; French: [kafe olu025b]; French for "coffee with milk") is a delicious New Orleans way to start your day. This is your "After-Saints-Game" breakfast, where we talk about the state of the Black and Gold, we debate the goings-on in the NFC South, and paint the playoff picture in the NFC up to this point of the season.

  • November 12 at 4:19am

    Cincinnati.com: New Orleans Saints weren't surprised by dismantling the Cincinnati Bengals


    Enquirer beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Fletcher Page break down the Bengals 51-14 loss to the Saints. Sam Greene, sgreene@enquirer.com

    Easy is not a word normally associated with the National Football League.

    The New Orleans Saints made Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals look easy, manhandling the Bengals, 51-14, in front of a Paul Brown Stadium crowd that flooded to the exits early.

    The Saints had their way with the Bengals as the orange and black played four hapless quarters of football, but there was nothing surprising to New Orleans about how the game unfolded.

  • November 12 at 1:24am

    Cincinnati.com: Paul Daugherty: No explaining Cincinnati Bengals embarrassing loss to New Orleans Saints


    Enquirer beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Fletcher Page break down the Bengals 51-14 loss to the Saints. Sam Greene, sgreene@enquirer.com

    Before this once-hopeful Cincinnati Bengals season crashes in a finger-pointing, opportunity-missing, skepticism-furthering pile of same-as-it-ever-was, the defense needs to figure something out. Anything. Soon, preferably now.

    Drew Brees chumped the Bengals defense Sunday. Brees made the Bengals D look like an F. It didn't seem difficult.

    This defense is a shambles and an historical disaster. Three games in a row it has allowed at least 500 yards. The New Orleans Saints had the ball nine times, and nine times the Saints scored.

  • November 11 at 7:21pm

    Fansided: Saints trash Bengals in Week 10, move to 8-1


    To quote Ice Cube, "It was a good day!" The Saints offense put up a 50-burger on the hapless Cincinnati Bengals defense to cruise to a 51-14 final in Week 10 as the rest of the NFC South lost. That puts New Orleans in a two-game lead atop their division heading into a brutal stretch of scheduling featuring three on the road following a home game against the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in Week 11.

    We figured this might be one of those pound it out on the ground days for the Saints and that was certainly the case.

  • November 11 at 3:44pm

    Cincy Jungle: Bengals lose WR John Ross to injury late in loss to Saints


    Late in the Bengals' blowout loss to the Saints, the team lost wide receiver John Ross yet again.

    This time, it looks like Ross re-aggravated his groin injury. He came up hobbling after making a deep grab off a pass from Jeff Driskel with the game well out of hand with under seven minutes to play.

    This would be the perfect cherry on top of what's been an absolute disaster for the Bengals. Ross has been battling a groin injury he suffered in Week 4 vs.

  • November 11 at 11:00am

    Cincy Jungle: Bengals vs. Saints fantasy football starts and sits


    The Bengals and Saints have two of the worst defenses in the NFL. The weather for the game could be a little less than ideal, but it shouldn't prevent you from filling your lineup with players from both teams.

    <strong>Must Starts</strong> Joe Mixon (Bengals RB): Mixon is coming off his best game of the season against the Buccaneers where he rushed for over 100 yards and two touchdowns. However, he did a vast majority of his damage in the first half.
  • November 11 at 10:29am

     New Orleans Saints vs Cincinnati Bengals on 2018-11-11 added by Covers

    Consensus betting prediction from the Covers.com community:
    New Orleans Saints
    (60% consensus). Drew Brees has achieved a pair of major milestones this season and another is within his reach when the New Orleans Saints visit the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday afternoon. Winners of seven in a row, the red-hot Saints have to be mindful of a letdown after handing the Los Angeles Rams their first loss last weekend to move into a tie for the NFC's top record... http://bit.ly/2B7bMDs

  • November 11 at 12:24am

    Canal Street Chronicles: Saints at Bengals Matchups: New Orleans defense vs. Cincinnati offense


    The 7-1 New Orleans Saints travel to Cincinnati to begin the back half of their 2018 schedule to face the 5-3 Bengals this Sunday. The Saints have been inconsistent defensively during their seven game winning streak, but have been able to come up with some timely stops to bolster their balanced offensive performance. The defense has still given up an average of 27 points per game, and ranks just 25th in total yardage. They now face a banged up Cincinnati offense that averages almost 28 points per game (10th best in the league), but is only 24th in total yards (344/game).

  • November 10 at 9:52pm

    Betting Prediction for New Orleans Saints vs Cincinnati Bengals on November 11, 2018, 1:00 PM ET

     New Orleans Saints vs Cincinnati Bengals on 2018-11-11 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: New Orleans will WIN , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .

    After losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1, the New Orleans Saints haven't looked back and have rattled off seven straight wins ahead of their road matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 10. Sportsbooks opened the Saints as 4.5-point road favorites with a total of 54. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2FdjzCG

  • November 10 at 5:48pm

    Cincy Jungle: Bengals vs. Saints: 4 matchups to watch for as Cincinnati eyes win No. 6


    What do you get when two of the worst defenses face off against each other in a cold November matchup? Hopefully, a close game, despite one of the team's possessing the league's hottest offense.

    The Bengals host the Saints on Sunday in hopes to extinguish their seven-game winning streak and somehow keep pace with the complete offensive attack the Saints deploy on a weekly basis. No one (aside from Cleveland of all teams) has been able to hold the Saints offense down, and even in that Week 2 game against the Browns, they still put up 21 points.

  • November 10 at 1:46pm

    Cincy Jungle: Bengals vs Saints: Odds, expert picks, analysis, predictions for NFL Week 10


    The Bengals are set to take on the Saints on Sunday, and neither the oddsmakers or experts have too much faith in Cincinnati. Considering New Orleans just beat the unstoppable Rams, and Cincinnati backed into their bye week going 1-2, it's clear that the Bengals will have to embrace the underdog role this week.


    The Bengals are currently six-point underdogs, according to Bovada. The one thing that probably helped the Bengals not be bigger underdogs is the fact they will be playing at home in a cold weather game against a dome team in the Saints.

  • November 10 at 11:56am

    Canal Street Chronicles: New Orleans Saints at Cincinnati Bengals: Bold Predictions


    It's a pretty common occurrence for fans and analysts to make bold predictions about a game or season. If the prediction doesn't come true, then that's OK - you said it was bold! If it DOES come true, though... now you look like a genius!

    So in that spirit, some of the Canal Street Chronicles writers were asked to share with me a bold prediction or two for the Week 10 of the regular season for the New Orleans Saints: a battle in the cold on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals.

  • November 10 at 5:16am

    Cincy Jungle: 5 Bengals to watch for against the Saints


    After learning wide receiver A.J. Green's foot injury will require him to miss the next couple of games, the Bengals have seen more good news than bad on the injury front. For the last several weeks, the offense has had to endure several injuries that have incapacitated key members for multiple games. October was not a very healthy month for the team overall, but as they begin play in November, a few starters will be returning to the field.

    To start, they face quite possibly the best team in the NFL in the New Orleans Saints.

  • November 10 at 2:58am

    Cincy Jungle: Saints at Bengals game preview: The big not-so-easy


    November and December are the months where they separate the men from the boys in the NFL. And as it turns out, this coming Sunday is a big step in the 2018 maturation process for two teams who have already been largely competitive over the past 15 seasons.

    This Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium, it's "Who Dey?" versus "Who Dat?".

    The New Orleans Saints had a solid squad last year, going 11-5 and winning the NFL South. Unfortunately for them, the lost the divisional round via one of the most iconic plays in postseason history.

  • November 10 at 1:12am

    Canal Street Chronicles: Saints at Bengals Final Injury Report: Dez Bryant Ankle, Highly Questionable


    Okay let's get to the meat of things. As expected Saints DE Marcus Davenport (toe) is out.

    It is being reported WR Dez Bryant may have torn his Achilles and that the team is waiting on an MRI .

    Dez Bryant was helped off the field at #Saints practice today after suffering what the team fears may be a torn Achilles, sources tell me and @RapSheet. He's getting an MRI now.

    -- Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) November 9, 2018

    Officially Dez Bryant is listed as limited with an ankle injury and questionable.

  • November 9 at 9:43pm

    Saints Wire: Final Saints-Bengals injury report: 6 players out for Cincy


    The New Orleans Saints and Cincinnati Bengals are preparing to play against each other in the Queen City on Sunday, Nov. 11, but several players on both sides will be held out with injuries - including some stars and starters. Here's what was made official on Friday:

    The Saints ruled out just one player initially: rookie defensive end Marcus Davenport (toe), still stuck in a walking boot per doctor's orders. Wide receiver Dez Bryant (ankle) is officially questionable to play but believed to be out for the year after a possible Achilles tendon injury.

    Every other Saints player previously listed on injury reports this week were full participants, and expect to play Sunday.

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