NBC Sports Sunday Night Football in America Pick and Preview

Brett Favre will start, “but I doubt he lasts more than 15 snaps,” reports Lines-Maker.com expert Bob Warner.

NBC Sports has Sunday Night Football in America between the Steelers vs. Saints.

Here is dissection of the key metrics used by sports betting experts in football handicapping.

The team that is better running the ball according to rushing yards per attempt is New Orleans by .1.

Passing yards per completion says the more productive passing squad is Pittsburgh by 2.0.

Betting specialists employ yards per point, a number that on the offensive side of the ball favors New Orleans by 4.3

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Now it’s time to focus on the numbers that the betting counselors cherish from a defensive standpoint. Yards per rush says the tougher defense is Pittsburgh by 1.2.

In juxtaposing yards per reception statistics, the margin on defense puts the positive checkmark in the column of the Steelers by 1.0.

The often-overlooked yards per point defensive advantage is possessed by Pittsburgh by a whopping 7.9.

The net turnover ratio edge belongs to Pittsburgh by 10.

Yards per point is determined by diving total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.

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