This Thursday the 21st of November the fans who Bet on NFL football at SBG Global or similar establishments known as an NFL sportsbook, can view the opening odds on the 1st game of the NFL Week 12 with the New Orleans SAINTS (8-2, 2-0 1st NFC South) visiting the Atlanta FALCONS (2-8, 1-2 3rd NFC South) with kickoff for the game is scheduled at 8:25pm ET with the weather predicted as cool 59 degrees and mild wind of 8-10 mph with the game being played at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.
This past Sunday the Saints played the San Francisco 49’ers at the Superdome in New Orleans and they won the game on a late field goal by Hartley 23-20 on the last play of the game. In the previous 3 games Hartley had missed four field goals and in this game made all three he attempted in the fourth quarter as the Saints made a comeback after trailing 20-14 and 3 turnovers and a failed 4th down. In this game the 49’ers QB Kaepernick did not have his best day as he only completed 17 of his 31 passes thrown for 127 total yards and was sacked on three occasions as the Niners lost their second consecutive game.
Meanwhile for those who bet at an NFL sportbook they got another shock as the 2-8 Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the 2-8 struggling Atlanta Falcons 41-28 and that is an amazing score considering the statistics on the game play available at SBG Global as the game statically was a very close game in the majority of main categories. The biggest difference which apparently reflects on the scoreboard is the fact that the Falcons were intercepted twice and lost possession of the ball one time from a fumble. Atlanta QB Ryan struggled in the game as he was intercepted twice, one being for a touchdown and was sacked three times in the game. This is the team that finished last season at 13-3 and were one game shy of making it to the Superbowl and they now after todays lost have had four consecutive losses. Their owner did state that he has full confidence in the team management as is sure they will turn things around as soon as feasible. The Tampa Bay QB had a good day as he completed 20 of 23 passes hitting for two TD’s and amassing some 231 yards with no interceptions.
This upcoming game most likely will be another trying game for the Falcons if they play the same as in their latest losses, but we still wish them the best against the thriving Saints.