Cardinals Vs. Saints Expert NFL Playoff Picks
The 2010 NFL Playoff Picks are in full swing from our Expert NFL Handicappers this weekend. The Cardinals-Saints Game is the first one one the NFL Playoff Schedule for Saturday. The final game for Saturday is the Ravens-Colts AFC Divisional Playoff game that has a lot of bettors scratching their heads since the line is just 6.5 points. My NFL Playoff Pick for you is to grab the points with the Ravens or to take the Colts on the moneyline. You can bet the 2010 Cardinals vs. Saints NFL Playoff Picks online at BetUs.com and enjoy a special 100% deposit bonus up to $500 so if you deposit $500 you will get $1000 in your account.
Free NFL Playoff Pick | January 16th
Arizona Cardinals vs. New Orleans Saints
We easily cashed with our FREE pick on last weekend’s Green Bay at Arizona “Over” as those teams combined for 96 points, with Arizona winning, 51-45. This Saturday Arizona plays on the road at New Orleans, and they’ve struggled away from home this season, going “Under” in 5 of their 8 road trips. The combination of the Saints high scoring offense combined with Arizona’s explosive effort last Saturday, the Vegas Oddsmakers have opened this Playoff Total at an inflated 57 points.
Arizona is averaging 25.1 points per game, and following Saturday’s season high output of 51 points, expecting the Cardinals to experience an offensive letdown as we find them at 1-6 (Over/Under) after scoring 28 points or more in their previous game! We’ll play the “Under” as New Orleans offense cooled down at the end of the regular season while being held to 17 points or less in each of their final 3 games- accounting for their 3 lowest scoring games of year!
Play On Under (Cardinals at Saints)
Check out all of our Experts Cardinals vs. Saints NFL Playoff Picks & 2010 Divisional Playoff Predictions for Saturday and Sunday to come out on the winning side this weekend.
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