Saints' Odds to Make the Playoffs Point to Another Great Season in New Orleans

The New Orleans Saints could be in for another dominant regular season in 2020.
The New Orleans Saints could be in for another dominant regular season in 2020. / Sean Gardner/Getty Images

Coming off back-to-back 13-3 campaigns, there's little reason to believe the New Orleans Saints are going to slow down any time soon. The team added big-name players like Emmanuel Sanders and Malcolm Jenkins, plus getting a full 16-game season from Marcus Davenport could raise this defense's ceiling as well.

If these odds are any indication, the Saints could be in for another fantastic season in 2020, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Saints' Odds to Make the Playoffs

New Orleans is available at -350 to make the postseason next year, giving them the best odds in the NFC South and the second-best odds in the NFC, trailing only the San Francisco 49ers (-440).

In fact, the Saints have the fourth-best such odds in the NFL.

While these odds are certainly encouraging, the team could face some stiff competition from its divisional rival, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The new-look Bucs are available at -280 to make the postseason, and it will certainly be interesting to watch Drew Brees and Tom Brady go head to head in the NFC South.

The Saints have had some underwhelming finishes, to say the least, in recent seasons, but these odds seem to suggest New Orleans will be one of the league's best teams yet again in 2020.

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