The Saints have one of the potential offensive players of the year and a critical cog in the Saints attack in Alvin Kamara. But is it just the idea of Kamara potentially being able to play this week, after all, enough reason to take a look at this significant number in the Superdome? The answer is no. Laying -9.5 with the Saints in this situation is just way too many points. With Mitch Trubisnky or with Nick Foles, even if Tyler Bray is taking snaps, there is no world where -9.5 makes sense.
If the Saints get a four-point lead, and Trubisky has the ball — the Saints will getting ready with the excuse machine. Once again, it’s not going to work. You don’t want to be holding a -9.5 ticket with the Bears with the ball, hoping Cam Jordan can get a strip-sack for Malcolm Jenkins to scoop and score to front door cover this way too high number.
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