Saints vs. Jags – Thursday Night Football Is Here – Oct 19

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What if you had a crystal ball that would tell you the outcome of tonight‘s Saints game? Well, Sports Hub isn’t a crystal ball, but we are the next best thing. Three of the best Sports Hub expert handicappers are hitting 64 percent – or better – of all their NFL picks over the past 30 days. We’ll see in a moment that our cappers were successful picking the Rangers game last night too.

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Our handicappers are nailing their NFL picks!

With a Sports Hub membership, you could access those picks and put a little more ching in your bank. Our handicappers have been hard at work and they will continue to be over the course of the day prior to tonight’s game. There are a dozen picks for the Saints-Jags game already and there will be many more before you finish reading this. To put it simply, if you are betting on tonight’s Saints game, we have the best handicappers in the world offering picks. You can wing it on your own or you can tail guys like Tonny Ricci (67% over the last 30 days) and win more often.

Saints at Home in Primetime

New Orleans is 3-3 so far this season and has lost three of its last four games. The defense is outstanding, ranking in the top-5 in passing defense and scoring defense. The problem for the Saints is the offense. They average just 19.2 points per game and they’ve scored 17 or less in four of their six games.

Playing in the Caesars Superdome used to make it extremely difficult for Saints opponents. Lately, the home field advantage has dissipated. Since 2021, the Saints are 8-9 at home. They are, however, 5-2 all-time against Jacksonville and they have won all three games against the Jags played at the Superdome.

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The Saints have had success at home on Thursday night

The Saints are 8-10 all-time in games played on Thursday. That includes Thanksgiving Day games. New Orleans has lost four of its last five Thursday games, including one with current head coach Dennis Allen. The good news, though, is that the Saints are 4-2 at home on a Thursday night. Keep that in mind as you make your Saints picks for tonight. Consult your favorite SportsHub capper to get on the right side of tonight’s action!

Sports Hub Experts Display Talent Once Again

There are several reasons to have a free Sports Hub account, but right at the top is our expert handicappers. Yesterday, no less than nine Sports Hub exclusive cappers won at least $200. A bettor could have chosen from any of 20 Sports Hub experts yesterday and won at least $100. Many of these experts have been doing it consistently over the last 30 and 60 days.

Tonny Ricci and Ben Miller, for example, are the top two on our 30-day leaderboard. Ben is winning just over 62 percent of his picks. Tonny is hitting nearly 64 percent. Tonny is No. 1 on the 30-day board with $2326 in winnings and Ben is right behind with $2040. You know who’s third on that list? Our Computer Picks! Over 57 percent and $1230 in winnings! 

Bettors can only get access to our outstanding cappers with a Sports Hub membership. A membership also allows you to access our Computer Picks, which have won at roughly 59 percent for the past four years. A Sports Hub membership doesn’t cost you anything either. You can sign up for free right HERE

Now, let’s check out yesterday’s leaderboard.

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Sal led our Sports Hub experts yesterday
  • Sal loves baseball: Sal Lombardi is a Sports Hub expert who loves MLB. Over the past 14 days, Sal is No. 2 on our MLB leaderboard. Only Tonny Ricci has hit more MLB bets. Yesterday, Sal nailed the Over and the Astros on the run line in the Astros-Texans game. For good measure, he added a couple of NHL picks, went 4-1, and led all of our cappers with $476 in winnings. 
  • The $205 club: Four of our expert cappers went 2-0 and won $205. What’s interesting is that all four bet on the Detroit Red Wings at +105. Patrick Doyle, Gino Russo, Seth Cohen and Evan Lewis were all members of yesterday’s $205 club. Check to see if any of them have Saints picks for tonight.
  • The $200 club: Six more handicappers went 2-0 and won $200. Four of those are Sports Hub experts and they are all recognizable names if you’ve been following our daily reports. Robert Jones, Sports Investors, Mario Deluca, Ryan Davis, Jhon Walsh, and Sports Central were all perfect yesterday. 
  • Huge day: Again, if you don’t have a Sports Hub account, you should. The top 31 cappers on yesterday’s leaderboard won at least $100. Included among those were our Sports Hub Free Picks. If you had registered for your free account yesterday, you could have logged in and grabbed the Sports Hub Free Pick, the Over on the Astros-Rangers game. You could have watched the game and by the seventh inning, you could have hoisted an adult beverage in celebration of your bet winning. And, by the way, our Free Picks are 8-1 over the last three days, winning $687 in the process!

WNBA Repeat Champs, First Since 2002

The Las Vegas Aces made history last night and they are among the top trending sports news. Houston got a much needed win in the ALCS and college basketball has a preseason No. 1. We always take a look at trending sports news as it may help bettors at some point. We all know that having information is a key to winning more bets.

That said, let’s have a look at what’s trending.

  • Aces for the repeat: They were without two starters, but WNBA Finals MVP A’ja Wilson put the Aces on her back and powered Las Vegas to a second consecutive title. A repeat champion had not occurred in the WNBA since 2002 when the Los Angeles Sparks won their second in a row. Wilson had 24 points and 16 rebounds, which was the first time a WNBA player had at least 20 points and 15 rebounds in a Finals-clinching game.
  • Astros up, Scherzer down: The Rangers activated P Max Scherzer for the ALCS. Scherzer last pitched in early September. One of his last starts was against Houston. He lasted just 3 innings, allowing 6 hits, and 7 earned runs. Last night, it was more of the same. This time, Scherzer lasted 4 innings, gave up 5 hits, and 5 earned runs in another loss. The Astros needed a win to avoid going down 3-0. Game 4 is tonight.
  • Neymar: In Brazil’s ugly 2-0 loss to Uruguay, Neymar suffered a torn ACL and will be out for some time. News of the injury sent shock waves through the international soccer world. 
  • No show: James Harden did not show up for the Philadelphia 76ers practice yesterday. He gave head coach Nick Nurse no explanation; he just didn’t show. Harden has been pushing the Sixers for a trade. Keep an eye on this story.

Saints, Jags TNF Main Event on Thursday’s Schedule

Thursdays are all about football. Thursday night NFL football and even a couple college football games are on the schedule. The Saints will try and put one on the Jags tonight. If football isn’t your thing, there is playoff baseball, preseason NBA, and the NHL is underway. But wait…there’s more! There’s golf, soccer, and tennis too.

It’s a busy Thursday. Stay organized with our schedule highlights below.

  1. Thursday night football: New Orleans hosts the Jacksonville Jaguars on TNF. The Saints may get a break as the Jags could be without QB Trevor Lawrence. The Jags QB suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s win over the Colts. The Saints have lost three of their last four games.
  1. NCAA football: There are two games on the college football schedule tonight. Before you watch the Saints, you can partake of Rice at Tulsa or James Madison at Marshall. Be sure to check our college football Computer Picks. They have won over 63 percent of their college football picks with $2320 in winnings over the last 30 days.
  2. MLB playoffs: Both the ALCS and NLCS will play tonight. After a night off to travel, the NLCS resumes in Arizona. The Phillies are up 2-0. Ranger Suarez will pitch for the Phillies and go up against Brandon Pfaadt for the Diamondbacks.
  3. NBA: There are six games tonight in NBA preseason action. After eight games tomorrow night, the preseason ends and teams get the weekend off to prepare for next week’s regular season start.
  4. NHL: It’s a big night in the NHL with 12 games on the schedule. The Blackhawks were a +275 underdog on Monday but upset Toronto 4-1. The Maple Leafs are once again +275 underdogs against Colorado tonight. Can they pull another huge upset?
  5. Soccer: The South American pro leagues are in action and there’s a ton of NCAA women’s soccer but, other than that, not much soccer around the world.
  6. ZOZO Championship: This PGA event started today and since it’s in Japan, the first round is already over. Collin Morikawa shot a 6-under to take the lead. The second round will start early tomorrow morning.
  7. BMW Ladies Championship: This LPGA event started today and this one is in Korea. The first round is already complete and Ashleigh Buhai is the leader. She shot 10-under in the first round and has a one stroke lead over Alison Lee.
  8. Tennis: On the ATP Tour, the BNP Paribas Nordic Open in Sweden, the Kinoshita Japan Open, and the European Open all continue play today. On the WTA tour, the Jiangxi Open, Transylvania Open, Jasmin Open Monastir, and the Aguascalientes Open all have quarterfinal matches today. 

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