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NFL handicapper Jason Radowitz has a same-game parlay for the Week 5 matchup between the Washington Football Team and New Orleans Saints.

Washington Football Team vs. New Orleans Saints Same-Game Parlay Picks

The New Orleans Saints finally played a home game at the Superdome for Week 4 against the Giants. Of course, the Saints ended up losing that game to a winless Giants team and are now 2-2 on the season.

Meanwhile, the Washington Football team will come into this game with a 2-2 record, including a win against that very team the Saints lost to. However, Washington has proved that they’re capable of moving the football behind Taylor Heinicke.

Heinicke’s teammate, J.D. McKissic, called his own quarterback “Baby Russell Wilson.” It just goes to show you how well he’s played this season and how much trust his teammates have in him to make the right plays.

Daniel Jones went off for 402 yards against the Saints last week. Can Heinicke come close to those numbers this week? Here’s a Same-Game Parlay for the Saints and Washington Football matchup. 

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Washington vs. Saints Same-Game Parlay Picks

Saints Moneyline (-132) 

The Saints have been awkward this year. They dominated the Packers and Patriots but struggled badly against the Panthers and Giants. The only really bad loss came against the Giants as the Panthers are actually proving themselves this season.

The Saints still have plenty of injuries to overcome and don’t have a fully healthy roster at the receiver position, but if there was ever a time for the Saints receivers to break out, this would be the game. The Washington Football Team allows 307 yards passing per game this season, along with 118.5 yards rushing.

Washington’s defense is one of the worst in the league, and the Saints, who are averaging just 289 yards per game, should finally break out, especially with Alvin Kamara at running back, who has been the lone bright spot for this team, despite no rushing touchdowns. 

Over 44.5 (-110)

For whatever reason, the Washington Football Team has analysts and oddsmakers believing they’re a solid defense. Unfortunately, that’s just not the case at all. While Washington has a solid pass rush, the coverage breaks down easily, and the rushing defense can get many stops.

Meanwhile, while the Saints look solid on paper, let’s not forget what happened last week. The Saints allowed Daniel Jones to throw for over 400 yards in an overtime loss. Whether it’s fatigue or something else, the Saints have not played well in coverage and continue to miss tackles when it matters most.

This total seems way too low for both of these offenses.

Saints Team Total Over 22.5 Total Points (-122)

Of course, if I think the Saints are going to win and I think the total is going over, that would mean the Saints would get over the team total of 22.5 in this game.

The Saints have not been the best offense this season, but a breakout is coming, especially against Washington. Washington is allowing over 400 yards per game, and we’ve completed four weeks on the year. It’s a big enough sample size to share that Washington can’t defend outside the pass rush. However, the pass rush just can’t do their job if the coverage fails to do theirs first.

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Washington vs. Saints SAME GAME PARLAY Picks

3-Leg Same Game Parlay (+233): Risk $100 to win $233

  • Saints (-132) 
  • Over 44.5 (-110)
  • Saints Team Total Over 22.5 Total Points (-122)

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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