Prediction of the Saints’ last regular-season record in 2022

Although it took some time, the New Orleans Saints were able to get back in the win column and are now at 4-7 for the year. Their regular season schedule has six games remaining, plus a well-needed bye week. Time is running out for their chances of being back in the playoff race.

If Dennis Allen wants to make this a turnaround, he must win this week. Each game on their schedule must be won. Although the NFC’s weak state provided the Saints with a lifeline last year, they cannot afford to be in a situation where other teams will bail them out.

They have a lot of work ahead of them. They’ll fly to the West Coast to play a road match with the San Francisco 49ers, before heading to Florida to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Saints will finally have a bye week in the middle of the season. Next, the Saints will be at home against the Atlanta Falcons in the Caesars Superdome. Then they’ll travel for two more weeks to cold-weather games with both the Cleveland Browns (and the Philadelphia Eagles) over the next two weeks. After closing the 2018-2020 season in New Orleans, the Carolina Panthers will be concluding theirs in New Orleans once again.

What is your prediction? What would you bet on NetBet Sport? What’s the Saints’ future at 4-7? Are they able to find a winning record for their team?

Sunday’s win by the New Orleans Saints over the Los Angeles Rams was 27-20. This brings their record to 4-7. New Orleans will travel this week to San Francisco to face the 49ers.

The win marked the 400th regular-season victory for the Saints as a franchise.

This win marks the second consecutive season New Orleans beats the Super Bowl champions. They also defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers twice, in 2021. This was only the second win for New Orleans. The other was in 1990 when they beat San Francisco.

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