NFL Week 4 same game parlay (+1608 odds): New York Giants vs New Orleans Saints

Malcolm Jenkins helped himself to a touchdown in the Saints' win at New England in Week 3

The city of New Orleans is looking forward to the return of the Saints on Sunday and the NFL powers-that-be have been kind enough to provide them with a sacrificial lamb in the form of the New York Giants.

The Giants slumped to 0-3 with a home loss to Atlanta last week and have looked as bad as any team in the NFL through the first three weeks. Head coach Joe Judge’s job is already hanging by a thread and his cause hasn’t been helped by injuries to his receiving core and Blake Martinez ahead of the trip to the Big Easy.

The Saints look to have more than enough quality to take care of Big Blue after their extended road trip, which saw them start the season 2-1. New Orleans’ defense is stacked from top to bottom, while the offense has had its moments.

Ahead of the action at the Superdome getting underway, check out our same game parlay for the Week 4 matchup.

New Orleans Saints -7 (-110)

Saints D/ST to score a touchdown (+420)

Saquon Barkley over 29.5 receiving yards (-113)

Same game parlay odds: +1608

New Orleans Saints -7 (-110)

While the Saints have the potential to blow the Giants out of the water, especially inside what will be a highly charged Superdome, it still isn’t easy to trust a Jameis Winston-lead offense.

Winston’s numbers suggest he’s performing well for the Saints through three weeks but there are a few worrying trends, such as the amount of time he holds on to the ball that has lead to him being sacked seven times. Sean Peyton would rather put the game in Alvin Kamara’s hands while sprinkling in some Taysom Hill to keep opposition defence’s on their toes.

The offense should hold up its end of the bargain for the first leg of the parlay but what pushes it over the top is the Saints defense, which is currently ranked third in total defense (DVOA). New Orleans’ defense has caused major issues for Green Bay and New England, and the Giants aren’t as good as either of those teams.

The Saints are 5-2 against the spread in the last seven games and should prove too strong for this struggling New York.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for New York Giants vs New Orleans Saints

Saints D/ST to score a touchdown (+420)

The Saints secondary were on fire in New England as they recorded three interceptions, including a pick six. New Orleans now has six interceptions across the year to go with a one fumble recovery and they should be licking their lips with the Giants coming to town.

Daniel Jones has turned the ball over 40 times in his 38-game career with Big Blue, while he fumbled twice in the Week 3 loss to Atlanta, although neither lead to a turnover. Jones isn’t alone in making mistakes on this Giants team though and there should be plenty of opportunities for the Saints to get their hands on the ball and potentially cash in.

Saquon Barkley over 29.5 receiving yards (-113)

It won’t just be the secondary that could have a field day against the Giants offense, with New Orleans’ defensive front likely to cause major issues. New York’s O-line is amongst the worst in the league, according to Football Outsiders’ DVOA rankings, grading out 31st in run blocking and 21st in pass protection.

The Saints are one of the best teams at stopping the run and the Giants will need to come up with a different gameplan to get their best offensive talent, Saquon Barkley, the ball. Barkley’s performance was the only bright spot for New York in the loss to Atlanta as he finished that game with six receptions for 43 yards.

With Jones likely to be under a lot of pressure, expect the ball to come out quickly and Barkley should wind up getting plenty of receptions, and there for could be in for a good receiving day.

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