The Falcons enter this game with a 5-8 record, but their postseason hopes are very much alive. Atlanta is just one game behind the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for first place in the NFC South despite losing three of its last four games. The Falcons had a bye in Week 14, so they have had some extra time to prepare for this divisional clash against the Saints. These two sides met in Week 1, and New Orleans won on the road by a score of 27-26.
The Saints are 4-9 on the season, but that’s surprisingly only two games back from first place in the NFC South. Despite that underwhelming record, New Orleans could make a legitimate push to the postseason if it goes on a winning streak. However, the Saints don’t have much momentum at this point in the season, losing four of its last five games. New Orleans also had a bye in Week 14, so both of these teams should be well-prepared for this Week 15 matchup in the Superdome.
The Saints are listed as 4 point home favorites according to DraftKings Sportsbook. The total is 43.5.
Falcons vs. Saints
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