After winning their last two games at home, the New Orleans Saints have their second shot at picking up a road victory. Their first game was a road loss to the Green Bay Packers, but they won't have that tough of a test this time. This time the Saints take a trip to face the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Saints opened as a six-point road favorite, as provided by Odds Shark. It has since moved to seven and 7.5 on other lines.
Drew Brees leads the No. 2 passing offense (338 yards) against the No. 7 pass defense (196.3 yards). Will the Jaguars be able to frustrate Brees? The Saints, though, seem to be in a position to take advantage of Jacksonville starting rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert. The rookie was 12-of-21 with 139 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Gabbert will need help from Maurice Jones-Drew to pull off the victory.