- The New Orleans Breakers have -175 odds to beat the Houston Gamblers.
- There is a 4-point spread set on the game in favor of the Breakers.
- The Breakers hold a 6-3 record on the season.
NEW ORLEANS – The Week 10 USFL matchup between the New Orleans Breakers and Houston Gamblers holds tons of weight on it to lock up second place in the South Division. A win for the Breakers could potentially move them one step closer to tying the Birmingham Stallions for first place if the Stallions were to lose.
New Orleans Breakers Vs. Houston Gamblers Odds
- Moneyline: Breakers (-175) vs. Gamblers (+150)
- Spread: Breakers -4
- Total: 44.5 Points
At first glance, it makes sense as to why USFL betting sites have set the Breakers as the favorites to win based on their record alone. They sit at 6-3 on the season which is one game ahead of the Gamblers.
Will The Breakers Continue Fighting ATS?
Against a -4-point spread this season, the Breakers have done a solid job having won five of their six games this season by at least four points including their last two outings which features a 31-3 win last week against the Memphis Showboats. That also includes their Week 2 win over the Houston Gamblers where they won 38-31.
As for the Gamblers, they’ve told a different story against the spread failing to cover a +4 spread in three of their four losses. That includes their most recent loss as well last week against the Birmingham Stallions where they got blown out 38-15.
With the Breakers showing no remorse against the spread and the Gamblers struggling in their recent outings, it is extremely possible that this game stays true to what USFL sportsbooks had in mind with New Orleans covering.
Looking at the point total, with the Breakers likely taking control of the pace of the game, the under could be the play considering they’ve stayed under 44.5 points in each of their last six games.
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