Monday Night Football Betting Lines: New Orleans Saints Player Props
September 20th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross

The New Orleans Saints and the San Francisco 49ers tangle in Week two of the 2010 NFL Season on Monday Night Football.  The defending Super Bowl Champion Saints got a Week-one win over Minnesota and come in 1-0, while the 49ers were upset and blown out by Seattle to start the season off 0-1.

San Francisco gets New Orleans at home however, and 49er head coach Mike Singletary has pledged a better effort on both sides of the ball, after an inept performance last week.

USA Online Sportsbooks and NFL Betting Lines have installed the Saints as the betting favorite on the road this week to come into San Francisco and get a win.  Additionally however, oddmakers have formulated betting lines and prop bets for the players in the game on both side of the ball.  These prop bets give bettors the opportunity to generate action on outcomes not necessarily related to the direct result of the game, but provide a fun and exciting way to become more involved in this Monday night contest.

Both teams have player makers on either side of the ball, each with the opportunity to change the course of the game tonight.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees leads the Saints offense, after struggling slightly last week against a tough Minnesota defense.  This week, oddsmakers have set several prop bets relating to Brees’ performance against the 49ers.

Odds Courtesy of Bodog Sportsbook.

Total Passing Yards – Drew Brees

Over/Under  285½

(-115)  Over
(-115)  Under

Total TD Passes – Drew Brees

Over/Under 1½

(-170) Over
(+140) Under

Total Interceptions – Drew Brees

Over/Under ½

(-115) Over
(-115) Under

New Orleans running backs gained 71 yards on the ground last week against Minnesota and had one rushing touchdown.

Total Rushing Yards – Pierre Thomas

Over/Under  62½

(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Total Receiving Yards – Pierre Thomas

Over/Under 24½

(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Total Receptions – Pierre Thomas

Over/Under 2½

(-140) Over
(+110) Under

Will Pierre Thomas (NO) score a TD in the game?

Yes  -115
No  -115

Reggie Bush is both a run and pass threat on offense for the Saints, but will back up Thomas in the rush department.

Total Rushing Yards – Reggie Bush

Over/Under- 30½
(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Total Receiving Yards – Reggie Bush

Over/Under – 25½
(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Total Receptions – Reggie Bush

Over/Under – 2½
(-140) Over
(+110) Under

Will Reggie Bush score a TD in the game?

Yes +160
No -200

Saints No.1 receiver Marques Colston underwhelmed in the opening game of the season and will look to rebound in week two.  Colston is one of the dynamic play makers in the NFL, and is a real asset to Brees and the rest of the New Orleans offense.

Total Receiving Yards – Marques Colston

Over/Under – 67½
(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Total Receptions – Marques Colston

Over/Under – 4½
(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Will Marques Colston score a TD in the game?

Yes +125
No -155

Devery Henderson is a solid No.2 receiver, and scored a touchdown in the opener.  It was the only touchdown that Brees through on the night.

Total Receiving Yards – Devery Henderson

Over/Under – 40½
(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Total Receptions – Devery Henderson

Over/ Under – 2½
(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Tight End Jeremy Shockey caught three passes for 23 yards against the Vikings last week, hauling in every pass that was aimed at him.

Total Receiving Yards – Jeremy Shockey

Over/Under – 37½
(-115) Over
(-115) Under

Total Receptions – Jeremy Shockey

Over/Under – 3½
(+115) Over
(-145) Under

Defensive lineman Will Smith is the leader up fron for the Saints defense, notching two tackles last week, but was disruptive all game long in the trenches.

Total Sacks – Will Smith

Over/Under – ½
(+125) Over
(-155) Under

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