Betting On The New Orleans Saints To Win Super Bowl 56
Betting on the New Orleans Saints to win the Super Bowl could be one of the more profitable bets to make. The Saints have had a lot of questions surrounding them, which could put their recent success in jeopardy. The Saints have been to the playoffs a total of 15 times with six of them coming fr om 2010 until now. They also have nine division championships, one conference championship and a Super Bowl win as well.
The Saints have a lot of guys on their team that have the ability to make big plays such as one of the best route runners in the league in Michael Thomas and arguably one of the top running backs in the league in Alvin Kamara. They also have a great surrounding cast with guys like Marquez Callaway. If the Saints could prove to be back to their contending ways, they should have no problems against any team in the league.
Those looking to take a swing at any of the Saints betting odds can find all of their information here. They will come across the Saints Super Bowl odds, their NFC Championship odds as well as their odds to win the NFC South Division. There is also info on their player props and playoff history as well.
Saints Playoff Record By Round
- Overall: 10-13
- Wild Card: 5-6
- Divisional Round: 3-5
- Conference Championship: 1-2
- Super Bowl: 1-0
New Orleans Saints Playoff History
|1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2000, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2017, 2018, 2019|
|1991, 2000, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020|
|Super Bowl Victories||
|Super Bowl Losses||
|Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks||
|Super Bowl Winning Coaches||
|Super Bowl MVPs||
|Drew Brees (XLIV)|
What Are The Odds On The Saints To Win The Super Bowl?
The Saints odds to win the Super Bowl are currently a fair bit behind the favorites but still towards the top of the middle of the pack. Despite remaining in the top half of the Super Bowl odds table, the Saints may find their betting odds lengthen as the gap between them and the top contenders in the league widens. The Saints do have a Super Bowl win under their belt that came back in 2009.
As good as the Saints might have been, they really did not make it far in the playoffs as they have only won the NFC Championship one time and have made the game two times. They do have some guys that could potentially help them get to where they need to be but their NFC Championship odds back that up as they sit near the top.
The Saints could be facing their toughest road yet to win the NFC South title. Especially being that they now share the division with the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Saints odds to win the NFC South are sitting in the top half of the odds boards. The Saints have nine division titles to their name.
2021 New Orleans Saints Futures Odds
- Super Bowl: +3500
- NFC Champions: +2000
- NFC South: +600
New Orleans Saints ATS Betting Trends
- 2020: 10-8
- 2019: 11-6
- 2018: 10-8
- 2017: 10-8
- 2016: 10-5-1
New Orleans Saints Over/Under Betting History
- 2020: 10-8
- 2019: 9-8
- 2018: 7-11
- 2017: 11-7
- 2016: 9-7
Where To Bet On The New Orleans Saints?
Those looking to bet on the Saints can do so in-person as Louisiana sportsbooks can be found at the Paragon Casino Resort. Other sportsbooks will be joining soon but finding Saints odds at Bovada are even easier. Bovada offers some of the best NFL odds on the Saints like prop bets and futures bets. Those not wanting to travel to Marksville, could cross state lines and find sportsbooks in Mississippi to bet on the Saints or even Arkansas.
New Orleans Saints bettors are known to be some of the most risk taking in the NFL. Their betting options have certainly widened over the years with plenty of different mobile betting options. There are tons of online sportsbooks that offer mobile betting such as Bovada, BetOnline or MyBookie that offer normal Saints game lines, futures odds, prop bets and more that can all be taken advantage of from just about anywhere as long as you have a smartphone.
2021 Saints Player Prop Bets
The New Orleans Saints have turned a new leaf with the retirement of Drew Brees. They will now have to rely on both Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill under center who are both sure to have player prop bets on them being that they will both see the field plenty. They also have one of the most explosive running back/wide receiver duos in the league as well with Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas sure to have player props on them also.
New Orleans Saints Playoff History
Looking back to the year that the New Orleans Saints were founded in 1967, they have been able to make noise in their playoff appearances. Since their founding year, they have made the playoffs 15 times which includes 9 division championships, 1 conference championship and 1 Super Bowl victory.
Saints Playoff Appearance
The Saints waited 20 years after being founded to make their first playoff appearance in 1987. It was Jim Mora who led them to their first four playoff appearances in 1987 and again in three straight years from 1990-1992. They had just one playoff appearance under Jim Haslett in 2005 before Sean Payton took over in 2006 and took them to 8 playoffs with their first one coming in 2006, three straight from 2009-2011, and four more from 2017-2020.
Saints Division Championships
Of the Saints 15 playoff berths, they have been able to convert 9 of them into division championships. Of all the playoff appearances the Saints had in the Jim Mora era, they only managed to win one division championship in 1991 which was their first division championship. The Jim Haslett era was a similar scenario as they won just one division title under him in the year 2000. The Saints current coach, Sean Peyton, has led them to 6 division titles since taking over in 2006 including 2006, 2009 and 2011 and 2017-2020 and all of them with Drew Brees at quarterback.
Saints Conference Championships
Of all the Saints years of playoff experience, that have only been able to win just one conference championship that came in the 2009 season during the Peyton-Brees era. The Saints took on the Minnesota Vikings in the game and won with a final score of 31-28. Although they won the game, they were unable to cover the spread as they were seen as 3.5-point favorites.
Saints Super Bowl Victories
The Saints converted their one conference championship into a Super Bowl victory in 2009 as well for Super Bowl XLIV. They defeated the Indianapolis Colts in the game with a final score of 31-17. The Saints defeated the odds in the game as they went into the game being seen as 4.5-point underdogs and clearly beat the spread in winning fashion. Drew Brees was named the Super Bowl MVP of the game after he threw the ball for 288 yards and 2 touchdowns.