- Jameis Winston has -114 odds to pass for more than 205.5 yards against the Seattle Seahawks.
- Winston has passed for more than that number in two consecutive games.
- The Seattle defense is 28th in the NFL against the pass.
NEW ORLEANS - Jameis Winston and the New Orleans Saints will take on the banged up Seattle Seahawks for Monday Night Football.
The game will kick off at 8:15 p.m. EST and will be broadcast on ESPN as the Saints QB looks to follow up on his best game of the season in passing yardage.
Jameis Winston's Passing Yards O/U Odds
- OVER 205.5 -114
- UNDER 205.5 -114
Winston has not been the quarterback he was for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers two years ago, a quarterback who led the NFL in both passing yards and interceptions.
He’s a much more reserved player under Sean Payton’s offense with the New Orleans Saints, and he hasn’t broken 300 yards through the air one time this season.
In fact, he’s only broken 200 yards twice, but times have come in his most recent games - 228 yards against the New York Giants and 279 yards against the Washington Football Team.
Neither of those teams are remotely good against the pass - the Giants are 22nd in the league in terms of pass yards allowed, while the Washington Football Team is dead last.
Luckily for Winston, the Seattle Seahawks are also terrible against the pass. They’re ranked 28th in the league in terms of pass yards allowed per game, with 292.3.
Winston saw an uptick in usage against the Washington Football Team that could bode well for him. While all his previous games saw less than 25 pass attempts, he threw 30 times against the WFT.
Could this be a sign that Sean Payton is starting to trust him with the ball more?
Jameis Winston's Passing Touchdowns O/U Odds
- OVER 1.5 +127
- UNDER 1.5 -167
Winston’s touchdown numbers have been remarkably high considering his limited passing yardage.
He’s put up 12 passing touchdowns in five games, and he’s hit OVER 1.5 touchdowns in three of those games.
Winston is coming off of a four touchdown performance against the Washington Football Team, a performance that was arguably his best game of the year - even including the 38-3 beatdown of the Green Bay Packers that opened New Orleans’ season.
The Seahawks defense is letting in an average of 1.7 passing touchdowns per game, good for 17th in the NFL - not nearly as poor as their yardage totals.
Still, Winston might have a shot at beating up on yet another bottom 10 NFL defense, just like he did in weeks four and five.
NFL betting fans focused on this game will want to consider whether or not they trust that Winston is trending upwards after his WFT victorious performance.
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