NFL Week 11 Betting Advice & Odds: Saints vs. Buccaneers

NFL Week 11 Betting Advice & Odds: Saints vs. Buccaneers

In the four games since the Bucs' trip to Louisiana, he has 36 catches for 556 yards and three touchdowns. He now has 94 catches on the season, which is the most of any player through 10 games of any season.

Thomas, who also became the first player with at least 90 receptions in each of his first four National Football League seasons, had eight catches for 114 yards.

The fifth-calendar year professional who's earning almost $21 million in the last season of the agreement he signed as the No. one general pick in the 2015 draft leads the NFL with 22 turnovers, like a league-higher 18 interceptions. He switched to a more serious tone to discuss how Thomas is able to do this on a weekly basis.

"This team, we have a gift habit", said Arians.

And when asked if he thinks Kamara looked healthy and fast and back to his usual self, Payton said, "I thought he played well".

"I never believed in sports psychology before, but I'm starting to", Arians said.

Tampa Bay, meanwhile, put its four-game losing streak to bed after holding off the Cardinals last week, improving to 3-6. A negative game script is only going to favor Jameis Winston this week, as Bruce Arians must let Winston do what he does best and air out the ball. (We) talked about it in the back end and just dissected the play.

The Bucs fell to the Saints yesterday, 34-17, in a game that saw some sloppy and freaky football all around.

Now, with Lattimore out, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin both have outstanding matchups. "So Nick, we knew he'd be capable to action in there and participate in a solid video game". Winston hit Evans for a six-yard gain, but refs called the receiver for offensive pass interference. By not giving a team more chances is also a key to winning.

Saints running back Alvin Kamara rushed for 75 yards on 13 carries.

"Evans hasn't just bounced back since [Week 5's game vs. the Saints], he's been on an absolute tear".

New Orleans linebacker Kiko Alonso hasn't made much of an impact since he was traded to the Saints before the beginning of the regular season.

Now, it's the division-leading Saints looking to rebound after being held without a touchdown in last week's 26-9 loss to last-place Atlanta. "He's smart. He's got very good instincts", said Payton, who also credited the defensive front for Winston's inaccurate pass, which sailed over the intended receiver and into Williams' arms. He added he doesn't expect it to be a problem or affect his status for next week. After facing the Bucs again, the Saints will complete a stretch of four consecutive games against NFC South foes by hosting Carolina and traveling to Atlanta.

Buccaneers: at Atlanta on Sunday.

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