Matchup Analysis: Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Falcons 19, Saints 32

FBG Projections

TeamRushYardsTDCompAttPass YdTDINT

Atlanta Falcons Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Falcons Offense20.6 (-1.9) (20)68 (-43) (29)317 (+78) (1)
Saints Defense19.5 (-3.1) (10)84 (-27) (4)232 (-6) (16)

New Orleans Saints Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Saints Offense24.4 (+1.8) (15)114 (+2) (15)261 (+22) (10)
Falcons Defense31.2 (+8.7) (30)118 (+6) (21)261 (+22) (23)

Falcons Rushing offense

Bad matchup vs. the Saints defense.

The Atlanta Falcons' offense has been an extremely pass-heavy unit thus far in 2019, in large part thanks to the hefty deficits they have faced on the scoreboard for much of the season. Devonta Freeman is the team's number-one running back this season, but the backup, Ito Smith, spells him on a regular basis when he is healthy. Ito Smith missed Atlanta's last outing due to a concussion, and he is questionable for week 10. With Smith inactive this season, Freeman typically plays close to 80-percent of offensive snaps. However, Freeman has been unable to convert the increased snap-count into significant production this season, topping out at 19 carries for 88 yards in week 6 against the Arizona Cardinals. Freeman has yet to find the end zone this season, thanks to a pairing of pass-heavy play-calling in the red zone and along with a bit of bad luck. When Ito Smith is active, Freeman plays closer to 60-percent of offensive snaps for the Falcons, while Smith plays the remaining 30-to-40-percent of snaps. Smith's season-high for carries is just six, which he recorded in the season-opener, making him a non-factor aside from the fact that he is taking snaps away from Devonta Freeman. Atlanta's offensive line has been horrific this season. Aside from left tackle Jake Matthews and center Alex Mack, they have heavily rotated players in and out of the starting lineup, searching for the perfect combination along the front-line. On the season, the Falcons average just 3.7 yards per carry, which ranks 25th in the NFL, and this low-volume rushing attack is likely in for another long day at the office when they take on the New Orleans Saints in week 10.

The New Orleans Saints' run defense is one of the best units in the NFL, ranking in the top third of the NFL in both raw rushing totals and efficiency numbers allowed. New Orleans' defense is filled with top-end run-stopping talent at all three levels. Along the defensive line, Cameron Jordan, Marcus Davenport, and David Onyemata all grade as reliable run-stoppers in the trenches. Then, at linebacker, Demario Davis is an elite run-defender. Davis' 41 total tackles rank 24th in the NFL this season, and he rarely misses a tackle once he is in position. In the secondary, Vonn Bell is an elite run-stopping safety. While he struggles in coverage, his physical style of play is tailor-made for his run-support duties. Then, Eli Apple and Marcus Williams round out the secondary as above-average run-stoppers, leaving no discernible weakness anywhere in the Saints' run defense. The Saints have faced one of the NFL's tougher slates of run-offenses this season, but they've been up to the task defensively. New Orleans held Leonard Fournette to just 72 yards on 20 carries, Ezekiel Elliott to 35 yards on 18 carries, and Chris Carson to only 52 yards on 15 carries over their last 5 games. Given their success against top-flight rushing attacks, there is little reason to believe that the struggling Atlanta Falcons' rush offense will be able to gash the Saints and produce their first 100-yard-rusher of the 2019 season. Temper expectations for the Falcons once again in week 10, as they are heavy underdogs, which will likely lead to another low-volume rushing attack. Also, as an overmatched unit in the trenches, Atlanta's efficiency levels are unlikely to improve this weekend.

Falcons Passing offense

Tough matchup vs. the Saints defense.

The Atlanta Falcons enter week 10's matchup with the New Orleans Saints coming off of a much-needed bye week. Quarterback Matt Ryan missed the team's week 8 clash with the Seattle Seahawks due to a high ankle sprain, but he is expected to return this weekend after over two weeks to rest. This weekend will be Ryan's first game at the helm since the Falcons sent Mohamed Sanu to the New England Patriots in exchange for a second-round draft pick. Without Sanu, second-year wide receiver Calvin Ridley is expected to assume a larger role in Atlanta's passing attack. Ridley, a first-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, has the talent to convert added opportunity into big-time production, as he has flashed throughout his young NFL career. Julio Jones remains one of the top pass-catchers in the NFL, and his role in Atlanta's offense will remain relatively unchanged following Sanu's departure. Russell Gage emerged in week 9, with Matt Schaub under center, as the Falcons' new number-three wide receiver. Week 9 was an abnormally high-volume passing day for Atlanta's offense, but Gage still commanded 9 targets, converting them into 7 receptions for 58 yards on the day. Austin Hooper's breakout season at tight end rolls on, as he has tallied at least six receptions or a touchdown in seven out of eight games this year. Atlanta's offensive line is the major weak link in their passing attack. Aside from left tackle Jake Matthews and center Alex Mack, the Falcons' offensive line is an extremely inconsistent unit that has struggled to keep Matt Ryan upright all season. A clash with the New Orleans Saints' impressive pass rush will likely give the Falcons fits, stacking the odds against Atlanta once again in week 10 after a dismal 1-7 start to the year.

The New Orleans Saints' pass defense ranks in the top one-third of the NFL in both passing touchdowns and net yards per attempt allowed; however, they have struggled to generate turnovers, with just three interceptions on the year. Along the defensive line, Cameron Jordan has been one of the league's most consistent edge-rushers for years, and 2019 has been no different. Jordan ranks fifth in the NFL with eight sacks to his name so far this season. Opposite Cameron Jordan, Marcus Davenport has three sacks of his own so far in his second NFL season, keeping offenses on their toes and wary of pressure on both edges. At linebacker, there is an obvious weak point in New Orleans' pass defense: A.J. Klein. Klein is a severe liability in coverage, ranking as the Saints' second-most targeted defender, yet he remains without even one pass-breakup this season. In the secondary, Marshon Lattimore has performed like one of the league's best young cornerbacks in stretches throughout his young career. However, his performance in 2019 has been erratic, and it is dangerous to rely upon him as a lockdown cornerback regularly here in his third NFL season. Elsewhere at cornerback, Eli Apple has continually improved as a member of the Saints since he was acquired from the New York Giants early in the 2018 season. At safety, Marcus Williams is one of the best pass-defenders in the NFL, with two interceptions and three pass breakups to his name through eight games. Overall, the Saints' pass defense is an above-average unit both by the numbers and based on the personnel across the board. The Atlanta Falcons' high-volume pass-attack will be in for a long day at the office if they try to air it out and pull the upset over the first-place team in the NFC South.

Saints Rushing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Falcons defense.

Alvin Kamara is slated to make his return to the New Orleans Saints' starting lineup after nursing ankle and knee injuries throughout the last three weeks, including the team's week 9 bye. When healthy, Kamara typically plays about 70-percent of the team's offensive snaps, and while his efficiency totals have declined this season, he has barely played alongside Drew Brees. While Teddy Bridgewater held his own under center, leading the Saints to five wins and zero losses as the team's starter, it is inarguable that Drew Brees commands more respect from opposing defenses. On the whole this season, Kamara averages a mediocre 4.3 yards per carry, but in his lone game with Brees under center, he tallied 7.5 yards per carry. Running behind one of the NFL's best offensive lines, Kamara's efficiency for the rest of the season will likely trend towards to his career mark of 5.0 yards per carry. Latavius Murray, the team's backup and Kamara's injury replacement through the last 2 games, posted back-to-back 20-carry, 100-yard games with at least 1 touchdown in each. Week 10's matchup against the Atlanta Falcons defense provides Alvin Kamara with an elite opportunity to post his first 100-yard rushing day of the 2019 season thanks to significant volume, considering the Saints are significant favorites in the game, as well as the team's dominant offensive line.

Considering the fact that Atlanta has played from behind for the majority of the 2019 season, the extremely high rushing volume they have faced is unsurprising. Due to the high volume, their raw rushing totals allowed have been poor. However, their personnel has limited efficiency numbers, allowing just 3.8 yards per carry this season, the 6th-best mark in the NFL. Along the defensive line, Grady Jarrett is one of the league's best interior defensive linemen, and his running mate, Tyeler Davison, is especially strong defending the run. Then, at linebacker, De'Vondre Campbell and Deion Jones are both above-average run stoppers. Campbell and Jones have tallied 44 and 41 total tackles this season, respectively, both good ranking within the top-24 of the league, making for one of the most consistent `linebacking corps in the NFL. In the secondary, Ricardo Allen is a liability against the pass but one of the league's strongest run-stopping safeties. This depth across all three levels has allowed the Atlanta Falcons to remain a respectable run defense overall. A tough matchup against an expectedly-run-heavy Saints offense in week 10 will be a massive challenge for Atlanta's defense. The league's top offensive line units have consistently proven to have against top-tier run-defenses this season, and this will serve as the ultimate clash of these two strengths. Expect Alvin Kamara to see significant rushing volume in his return to action in week 10, and the New Orleans Saints' offensive line will afford him a substantial opportunity to finally register a 100-yard rushing day, even against Atlanta's strong run defense.

Saints Passing offense

Great matchup vs. the Falcons defense.

Drew Brees returned to the starting lineup for the New Orleans Saints after missing the better part of six games due to a thumb injury he sustained early in week 2. While Teddy Bridgewater kept the ship afloat for the Saints, going 5-0 as a starter, the passing attack was far less potent with him under center. In week 8, when Brees returned to the fold, he made his presence felt at home against the Arizona Cardinals through a 373-yard and 3-touchdown performance. Michael Thomas continued his dominance in Brees' return, as he caught all 11 of his targets, accumulating 112 yards and finding the end zone once on the day. Elsewhere, Latavius Murray saw significant receiving volume out of the backfield, as he started in place of the injured Alvin Kamara. Kamara is poised to return to the starting lineup at home against the Falcons, and he is a far superior receiver to Murray. The Saints' pass-catching unit is banged up right now, as Tre'Quan Smith and Jared Cook, two starters at wide receiver and tight end, respectively, are questionable for week 10. Should they miss out, expect an especially heavy dose of both Thomas and Kamara on Sunday afternoon. The Saints' offensive line is one of the best in the entire NFL. At times, they have appeared impenetrable this season, and they should have no trouble keeping Drew Brees clean in the pocket against Atlanta's thin pass-rush.

The Atlanta Falcons' pass defense has been one of the worst in the NFL, and this inability to contain opposing passing attacks is the leading cause for the team's horrific 1-7 start to the season. Head coach Dan Quinn assumed the defensive coordinator responsibilities this offense, as he wanted full control over his more familiar unit, but this has been an unmitigated disaster through the first eight games of the season. So far this season, the Falcons rank in the bottom-five of the NFL in passing touchdowns allowed, interceptions forced, and net yards per attempt permitted to opposing offenses. Along the defensive line, Grady Jarrett is one of the league's best interior pass rushers. Unfortunately, the Falcons' lack of depth in the trenches leaves Jarrett largely unsupported, allowing opposing offensive lines to key on him in pass-protection. At linebacker, Deion Jones is one of the league's best athletes at the position, which he takes advantage of in coverage. Jones grades as the Falcons' best pass-defender this season, which is highly problematic, due to the lack of talent in the team's secondary. Desmond Trufant is the lone defender with an interception for the Falcons this season, but he has missed the last three games due to a toe injury that has his status for Week 10 in question. Replacing Trufant, a committee of Isaiah Oliver, Kendall Sheffield, and Damontae Kazee has been atrocious in coverage. On a near-weekly basis, blown coverages have left the Falcons' secondary regularly exposed and vulnerable against long pass plays. At safety, Ricardo Allen is an elite run-stopper, but his coverage skills lag far behind. Overall, a general lack of talent aside from Grady Jarrett on the defensive line and Deion Jones at linebacker leaves the Falcons with one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL. Expect the New Orleans Saints to have a field day through the air in week 10 when they take on the Atlanta Falcons at home in the friendly confines of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Saints vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)20 (+1.2)20 (+1.1)20T (+1.6)21 (+0.9)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)2 (-7.4)2 (-7.4)4 (-6.0)3 (-7.1)
6Gardner Minshew591429163012107.
7Mitchell Trubisky6534542512000020.620.620.020.0
8Kyler Murray46193322000213012.312.310.110.1

Matt Ryan (FanDuel: $7500, DraftKings: $6100)

7vs LAR461627159011207.
8vs SEA000000000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds26402881.61.1250.120.820.820.8 (H=51)20.8 (H=62)
10PROJ-Tremblay24372641.41.1270.1191919.0 (H=43)19.0 (H=53)
10PROJ-Bloom24412501.71.511017.917.917.9 (H=39)17.9 (H=48)

Saints vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)2 (-7.3)4 (-6.8)2 (-7.5)3 (-7.7)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)1 (-12.2)1 (-10.4)1 (-11.6)1 (-11.3)
6Leonard Fournette55207206646011.817.814.817.8
6Ryquell Armstead211000000.
7Tarik Cohen3631001291902.911.97.411.9
7David Montgomery30260221301.
8Chase Edmonds3078042501.
8Zach Zenner19100111301.

Devonta Freeman (FanDuel: $6200, DraftKings: $5100)

7vs LAR31719032.0602.
8vs SEA641339088.063010.
10PROJ-Dodds13470.23.8280.19.313.111.2 (H=21)13.1 (H=33)
10PROJ-Tremblay12470.23.8270.19.21311.1 (H=20)13.0 (H=33)
10PROJ-Bloom11310.24.0280.28.312.310.3 (H=18)12.3 (H=30)

Ito Smith (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $4100)

7vs LAR317000.0000.
8vs SEA000000.000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds3130.11.3902.84.13.5 (H=3)4.1 (H=5)
10PROJ-Tremblay3110.11.3902.63.93.3 (H=3)3.9 (H=5)
10PROJ-Bloom0000.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Brian Hill (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3900)

7vs LAR17511022.01402.
8vs SEA11329100.0008.
10PROJ-Dodds21100.6401.52.11.8 (H=1)2.1 (H=1)
10PROJ-Tremblay1400.2100.50.70.6 (H=0)0.7 (H=0)
10PROJ-Bloom3120.11.0602.43.42.9 (H=2)3.4 (H=4)

Saints vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23 (+2.0)19 (+1.7)24 (+2.5)19 (+2.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)10 (-4.0)13 (-3.8)14 (-2.5)13 (-3.2)
6Dede Westbrook46835300005.
6D.J. Chark42734300004.
7Allen Robinson63161087100014.724.719.724.7
7Javon Wims2211610006.
8Christian Kirk4211879011909.817.813.817.8
8Damiere Byrd43521800001.

Julio Jones (FanDuel: $7900, DraftKings: $7500)

7vs LAR4196.09300009.315.312.315.3
8vs SEA621210.0152000015.
10PROJ-Dodds6.3880.400011.217.514.4 (H=25)17.5 (H=37)
10PROJ-Tremblay5.7770.400010.115.813.0 (H=21)15.8 (H=31)
10PROJ-Bloom5.0680.50009.814.812.3 (H=19)14.8 (H=28)

Calvin Ridley (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $5400)

7vs LAR3664.0300000375.07.0
8vs SEA6474.070000071111.013.0
10PROJ-Dodds4.7570.30007.512.29.9 (H=20)12.2 (H=28)
10PROJ-Tremblay4.2550.30007.311.59.4 (H=18)11.5 (H=25)
10PROJ-Bloom4.0570.50008.712.710.7 (H=22)12.7 (H=30)

Russell Gage (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3400)

7vs LAR1121.01300001.32.3-0.21.3
8vs SEA4797.05800005.812.89.312.8
10PROJ-Dodds3.1310.20004.37.45.9 (H=9)7.4 (H=18)
10PROJ-Tremblay3.1370.21305.28.36.8 (H=11)8.3 (H=22)
10PROJ-Bloom5.0390.20005.110.17.6 (H=14)10.1 (H=32)

Justin Hardy (FanDuel: $4800, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs LAR1022.01900001.
8vs SEA1242.02300002.
10PROJ-Dodds1.4150.10002.13.52.8 (H=2)3.5 (H=5)
10PROJ-Tremblay1.6190.10002.54.13.3 (H=3)4.1 (H=7)
10PROJ-Bloom0.000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Saints vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)10 (-1.6)11 (-2.2)9 (-1.9)11 (-2.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)10 (-2.5)7 (-3.9)10 (-2.5)10 (-3.4)
6Seth DeValve24211601.
7Adam Shaheen21222402.
8Charles Clay20338808.811.810.311.8

Austin Hooper (FanDuel: $6600, DraftKings: $5500)

7vs LAR5054.046110.614.612.614.6
8vs SEA7076.065112.518.515.518.5
10PROJ-Dodds5.3590.48.313.611.0 (H=19)13.6 (H=33)
10PROJ-Tremblay5.7600.48.414.111.3 (H=20)14.1 (H=35)
10PROJ-Bloom5.0540. (H=15)12.2 (H=27)

Luke Stocker (FanDuel: $4000, DraftKings: $2500)

7vs LAR1400.000000.00.0
8vs SEA3111.01801.
10PROJ-Dodds0.7500.51.20.8 (H=0)1.2 (H=1)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.4400.40.80.6 (H=0)0.8 (H=0)
10PROJ-Bloom0.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Saints vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-1.0)7 (-1.0)18T (-1.2) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15T (-0.3)15T (-0.3)18 (-0.1) (+0.0)
6Josh Lambo2200666.06.0
7Eddy Pineiro1122556.06.0
8Zane Gonzalez33009911.011.0

Younghoe Koo (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)


Saints vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)5T (-2.6)5T (-2.6)7 (-2.6)7 (-2.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12 (-2.1)12 (-2.1)9 (-2.5)9 (-2.5)
6Jacksonville Jaguars1332630000337.07.0
7Chicago Bears3642410011996.06.0
8Arizona Cardinals3151001000221.01.0

Atlanta Falcons (FanDuel: $3000, DraftKings: $1500)

7vs LAR37.003810000000-1.0-1.0
8vs SEA27.0032220000222.02.0
10PROJ-Dodds32.304181.70.70.400. (H=8)4.3 (H=16)
10PROJ-Tremblay32.003632.21.10.500. (H=14)5.8 (H=28)

Falcons vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)29 (+5.5)29 (+5.5)30 (+6.1)29 (+6.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+5.0)27 (+5.0)27 (+5.2)26 (+5.1)
6Kyler Murray692737340301132032.232.228.831.8
7Jared Goff7222372682033127.727.725.025.0
8Russell Wilson6114201822044017.517.515.715.7

Drew Brees (FanDuel: $8300, DraftKings: $6700)

7@ CHI000000000000.00.0
8vs ARI7034433733100029.729.725.928.9
10PROJ-Dodds25353032.20.6120. (H=60)24.2 (H=74)
10PROJ-Tremblay223325021.1340.321.621.621.6 (H=49)21.6 (H=61)
10PROJ-Bloom22282472.20.5110.121.421.421.4 (H=48)21.4 (H=60)

Taysom Hill (FanDuel: $5200, DraftKings: $4000)

7@ CHI140000022108.
8vs ARI150000000012.315.313.815.3
10PROJ-Dodds11400270. (H=0)1.5 (H=1)
10PROJ-Tremblay00000280. (H=0)1.4 (H=0)
10PROJ-Bloom00000180. (H=7)6.5 (H=12)

Falcons vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)20 (+0.7)11 (-0.9)15 (-0.1)13 (-0.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)28 (+5.3)24 (+3.7)26 (+4.8)22T (+3.1)
6David Johnson52123418668122.
6Chase Edmonds2053402233112.714.713.714.7
7Todd Gurley46184101113111.412.411.912.4
7Darrell Henderson261131011803.
8Chris Carson4220901100015.
8Rashaad Penny18855000005.

Alvin Kamara (FanDuel: $8300, DraftKings: $8200)

7@ CHI000000.000000.00.0
8vs ARI000000.000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds16680.65.2510.216.721.919.3 (H=40)21.9 (H=51)
10PROJ-Tremblay17710.65.6480.216.722.319.5 (H=41)22.3 (H=52)
10PROJ-Bloom12580.74.0340.315.219.217.2 (H=33)19.2 (H=40)

Latavius Murray (FanDuel: $7000, DraftKings: $7300)

7@ CHI6527119265.0310273229.535.0
8vs ARI62211021129.055127.736.732.239.7
10PROJ-Dodds8320.42.3180.1810.39.2 (H=13)10.3 (H=15)
10PROJ-Tremblay6250.31.2100. (H=7)7.1 (H=8)
10PROJ-Bloom12610.82.0120.112.714.713.7 (H=26)14.7 (H=28)

Zach Line (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $3000)

7@ CHI2813031.01201.
8vs ARI3328021.01101.
10PROJ-Dodds0000.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)
10PROJ-Tremblay0100.3300.40.70.6 (H=0)0.7 (H=0)

Falcons vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)29 (+5.7)29 (+7.0)29 (+6.3)29 (+6.9)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)16 (+0.9)17 (+2.1)16 (+1.6)19 (+2.0)
6Larry Fitzgerald51866900006.912.99.912.9
6Damiere Byrd15226000006.
7Robert Woods58758001608.613.611.113.6
7Brandin Cooks59745900005.
8DK Metcalf565313200013.316.314.816.3
8Tyler Lockett5666100000010.

Michael Thomas (FanDuel: $8700, DraftKings: $8300)

7@ CHI73119.0131000013.122.117.625.1
8vs ARI681111.011211-9016.327.321.830.3
10PROJ-Dodds9.01140.800016.225.220.7 (H=43)25.2 (H=64)
10PROJ-Tremblay7.3970.801014.621.918.3 (H=35)21.9 (H=50)
10PROJ-Bloom8.0980.800014.622.618.6 (H=36)22.6 (H=53)

Ted Ginn (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $3700)

7@ CHI5552.04800004.
8vs ARI4322.04200004.
10PROJ-Dodds3.1470.30006.59.68.1 (H=14)9.6 (H=27)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.3340.30205.47.76.6 (H=9)7.7 (H=18)
10PROJ-Bloom2.0390.31606.38.37.3 (H=11)8.3 (H=21)

Austin Carr (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $3000)

7@ CHI4220.000000000.00.0
8vs ARI4121.0900000.
10PROJ-Dodds0.6800000.81.41.1 (H=0)1.4 (H=1)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.3400000.40.70.6 (H=0)0.7 (H=0)

Falcons vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18 (+0.2)17 (-0.1)19 (+0.3)17 (-0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)19 (+0.5)19 (+0.2)19 (+0.4)19 (+0.0)
6Maxx Williams40333419.412.410.912.4
7Gerald Everett5610450111.
8Jacob Hollister22221801.

Jared Cook (FanDuel: $5800, DraftKings: $4100)

7@ CHI000.000000.00.0
8vs ARI000.000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds2.8340. (H=7)7.4 (H=15)
10PROJ-Tremblay1.3150.22.743.4 (H=2)4.0 (H=5)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0320. (H=11)9.2 (H=22)

Josh Hill (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3400)

7@ CHI5333.043110.313.311.813.3
8vs ARI5653.03903.
10PROJ-Dodds1.9250. (H=5)5.6 (H=11)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.2240. (H=7)6.4 (H=14)
10PROJ-Bloom1. (H=1)2.3 (H=2)

Dan Arnold (FanDuel: $4000, DraftKings: $2500)

7@ CHI1910.000000.00.0
8vs ARI2732.02502.
10PROJ-Dodds0.780. (H=1)2.1 (H=2)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.670. (H=1)1.9 (H=2)
10PROJ-Bloom0.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Falcons vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)31T (+1.8)31T (+1.8)29T (+2.3) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)31 (+3.7)31 (+3.7)31 (+4.6) (+0.0)
6Zane Gonzalez2244101010.010.0
7Greg Zuerlein3444131315.015.0
8Jason Myers22339912.012.0

Wil Lutz (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

7@ CHI2444101010.010.0
8vs ARI1244777.07.0

Falcons vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)28T (+2.0)28T (+2.0)25 (+1.9)25 (+1.9)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)28T (+4.3)28T (+4.3)26T (+3.2)26T (+3.2)
6Arizona Cardinals3344420000221.01.0
7Los Angeles Rams1022451201232321.021.0
8Seattle Seahawks2051221200889.09.0

New Orleans Saints (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3700)

7@ CHI25.00252202006610.010.0
8vs ARI9.0023740000448.08.0
10PROJ-Dodds19.303632.71.10.800.5111111.0 (H=25)11.0 (H=34)
10PROJ-Tremblay19.503662.61.30.800.5111111.0 (H=25)11.0 (H=34)