NFL Week 11 Betting Advice & Odds: Saints vs. Buccaneers

Wednesday, 20 Nov, 2019

And the entire offense, from Payton to Kamara to Drew Brees and Michael Thomas, all talked about how they still felt like they had left "too much meat on the bone" after Sunday's win at Tampa Bay. And 23-8 ATS in their last 31 road games.

Regardless of who's to blame, though, the fact remains that Tampa Bay is just 3-7 now after Week 11's loss, which was filled with turnovers and poor officiating, especially that freaky pass interference call against Mike Evans in the fourth quarter on a crucial fourth-and-1.

The Saints had their six-game winning streak snapped by the Falcons, 9-26 in Week 10. Bruce Arians challenged the call, but lost.

"Win them all", the coach said of the focus moving forward. They'll be tested against a Bucs defense that has all the tools necessary to continue the trend "They're starting to get going, particularly up front", McAllister says.

The biggest question that has to be answered over the next six games is whether Jameis Winston will return at quarterback in 2020.

Payton seems happy by the resurgence of Williams, who has four interceptions this season, matching his profession giant in 2017, when he was a rookie. In the last five games, the Saints are only allowing 16.9 fantasy points to opposing RBs, but Brian Hill was able to put together a nice game last week.

Arians, who has explained he will give management an honest evaluation of Winston's progress when it's time to make a final decision on the quarterback's potential, proceeds to support the 25-year-old. They are facing a rattled team that had no business losing their game last week, so we'll see if they can capitalize. "It's been a habit, and it's one that we have to break, no matter whose fault it is", the coach said.

"It's just what we see every day in practice". Guys are staying extra hours to prepare, but then it's not showing up on Sunday. "And for me as a mentor, it is my career to figure out why". With Tampa Bay playing from behind for most of the game and dialing up so many dropbacks for Jameis Winston, the Saints responded by fielding more defensive backs than usual, which meant fewer opportunities for Davenport. The Saints outgained the Bucs 195 yards to 11 while building an early 20-0 lead, controlling the ball for 20 of the game's first 25 minutes. I am not picking on Ogunbowale but Jones and Barber are better backs in this case.

The holding penalty against Saints tight end Jared Cook that nullified Kamara's potential 4-yard touchdown run in the first quarter was a lingering issue. His function could improve down the extend, primarily if O.J. Howard carries on to underperform. So far, however, Howard has caught just 17 passes for 223 yards and one touchdown. "There's anything missing when you have expertise and it does not clearly show up on Sunday, or it is a focus difficulty".