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Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens travel to the Superdome to face Andy Dalton and the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football in Week 9. Here is a closer look at the New Orleans Saints vs. the Baltimore Ravens matchup this Monday night.

New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens Prediction, Pick, and Odds: Will Lamar Jackson and Baltimore Roll on MNF?

New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date - Monday, November 7, 2022
  • Game Time - 8:15 p.m. EDT/5:15 p.m. PDT
  • Where - Caesers Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Where to Watch - ESPN

New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens Odds

  • Spread: Ravens -3 (-155), Saints +3 (+130)
  • Total: Over/Under 48
  • Moneyline: Ravens (-155), Saints (+130)

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New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens Injury Report

New Orleans

Out - RB Mark Ingram (knee), WR Michael Thomas (toe), WR Deonte Harty (toe), G Ethan Greenidge (knee), OT Trevor Penning (foot), DT Albert Huggins (leg), LB D'Marco Jackson (undisclosed), CB Bradley Roby (ankle), CB PJ Williams (quad), S Smoke Monday (knee)

Questionable - QB Jameis Winston (back), WR Jarvis Landry (ankle), TE Adam Trautman (ankle), CB Marshon Lattimore (abdominal)


Out - RB JK Dobbins (knee), WR Rashod Bateman (foot), T Ja'Wuan James (achilles), DT Michael Pierce (bicep), LB Vince Biegel (achilles), LB Steven Means (achilles), LB Josh Ross (foot), CB Jalyn Armour-Davis (personal), S Marcus Williams (wrist)

Questionable - RB Gus Edwards (hamstring), TE Mark Andrews (shoulder), TE Charlie Kolar (hernia), G Ben Cleveland (foot), DE Calais Campbell (illness), LB David Ojabo (achilles), LB Tyus Bowser (achilles), LB Josh Bynes (quad)

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New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens Prediction

The New Orleans Saints have been one of the most up-and-down teams of the 2022-23 NFL season. Following an 0-3 start and an injury to starting QB, Jameis Winston, the world was seemingly falling apart in the Bayou. However, longtime Bengals signal caller, Andy Dalton has stepped in admirably and righted the ship a bit as the club has gone 2-2 with victories over the Seattle Seahawks and most recently, a 24-0 shutout win over the Las Vegas Raiders, this past Sunday afternoon.

Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens look for their third-straight win when they travel to New Orleans for Monday Night Football. For the first seven weeks of the season, the Ravens traded wins and losses with wins over the likes of the New York Jets, New England Patriots, and Cincinnati Bengals before dropping a close 24-20 game against the New York Giants. However, the Ravens would earn back-to-back wins over the Cleveland Browns and most recently, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football to kick-off Week 8.

New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens Pick

This one is almost too easy to pick, which makes it seem like a trap. It's understandable that the Ravens haven't looked dominant and the Saints have seemingly stabilized the club following the appointment of Andy Dalton under center over the flame throwing Jameis Winston, however, there's no reason that Lamar Jackson and co. shouldn't be able to handle their business on Monday night down in New Orleans, especially with the once-thought of vaunted Saints defense struggling prior to their shutout of the Las Vegas Raiders, this past weekend.

Saints vs. Ravens Pick

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