Falcons vs. Saints, 11/22/20 NFL Week 11 Betting Predictions

Updated: November 22, 2020

Falcons vs. Saints Week 11 Prediction

Falcons vs. Saints, 11/22/20 NFL Week 11 Betting Predictions

Reports state that the Saints will start Taysom Hill at quarterback for the injured Drew Brees Sunday versus their NFC South rivals the Falcons at 1:00 p.m. ET. Is Atlanta a live dog catching four points in this divisional clash?

Game Snapshot

453 Atlanta Falcons (+4) at 454 New Orleans Saints (-4); o/u 49

Time: 1:00 p.m. ET, Sunday, November 22, 2020


Venue: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA

Atlanta Falcons DFS Notes

Calvin Ridley (foot) will play in Week 11 against the Saints. Ridley doesn’t have an injury designation on the team’s final practice report — he looks like a full go against the Saints. Ridley’s return puts something of a damper on Julio Jones’ target share, though both should be treated as set-it-and-forget-it WR1s in a game with the week’s fourth highest over-under (50.5).

New Orleans Saints DFS Notes

Saints head coach Sean Payton won’t name a starting quarterback for Week 11 against the Falcons.  “I haven’t announced that either one of them are starting,” Payton said when asked whether Taysom Hill or Jameis Winston would start in place of Drew Brees (ribs, lung) this week. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Friday that Hill would start Week 11 against Atlanta. That doesn’t mean Winston won’t be involved in some way against the Falcons. If he gets the nod at QB, Hill would be a top-end tight end option on fantasy sites that give him tight end eligibility, while said eligibility sparks a civil war on fantasy football Twitter. 

Falcons vs. Saints Prediction

The under is 5-1 in the last six meetings between these two teams and is 5-1-1 in the last seven meetings at the Superdome. The under is also 4-1 in the Falcons’ last five conference games, is 18-6 in their last 24 games when facing an opponent with a winning record and has cashed in 27 of their last 38 games played in the month of November. On the other side, the under is 12-5 in the Saints’ last 17 games when facing an opponent with a losing record and has cashed in seven of their last 10 games when playing in November.


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