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Eagles Vs. Saints: Odds, Predictions, ATS Picks For NFC Divisional Game

The New Orleans Saints will host the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
The Saints received a first-round bye by securing the NFC’s No.
NESN.com’s trio of Mike Cole, Ricky Doyle and Andre Khatchaturian made their against-the-spread picks for each of this weekend’s divisional-round matchups.
Here are their picks for Eagles vs. Saints.
At some point, a team is really going to expose Philly’s secondary.
The Eagles have done a nice job of getting to this point despite the injuries, but this feels like the week it really catches up with them.
The Eagles will do whatever they can to turn this game into a rock fight, with the trenches being instrumental in who emerges victorious.
Also, who can forget the Saints’ 48-7 beatdown of the Eagles in Week 11?
Here’s an interesting nugget pointed out by CBS Sports’ John Breech: Since 2012, there have been 14 teams that got a playoff rematch after losing to a team by 20 or more points during the regular season.
Think one of these teams will be this season’s champion?

The New Orleans Saints will host the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. The winner will earn a spot in the NFC Championship Game.

The Saints received a first-round bye by securing the NFC’s No. 1 seed, while the Eagles punched their tickets to the divisional round by defeating the Chicago Bears on Wild Card Weekend.

The Eagles vs. Saints showdown is scheduled to kick off at 4:40 p.m. ET.

NESN.com’s trio of Mike Cole, Ricky Doyle and Andre Khatchaturian made their against-the-spread picks for each of this weekend’s divisional-round matchups. Here are their picks for Eagles vs. Saints.

Philadelphia Eagles at (-8) New Orleans Saints, Sunday, 4:40 p.m. ET
Mike: Saints. At some point, a team is really going to expose Philly’s secondary. The Eagles have done a nice job of getting to this point despite the injuries, but this feels like the week it really catches up with them. Drew Brees is not Mitchell Trubisky, and the latter still was able to move the ball with relative ease on Philly last week, at least in the second half….

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