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49ers at Saints, Week 10 predictions: Confidence in Niners at a season-low number

Nov 14, 2020 at 11:07 AM--


The New Orleans Saints are set to host the San Francisco 49ers at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Sunday, November 15, at 1:25 p.m. PT. Each week, the 49ers Webzone staff predicts the winner within its annual NFL Pick 'em contest. That includes writers and forum moderators.

None of the nine participating staff members this week selected the 49ers to beat the Saints. San Francisco is currently a 9.5-point underdog.

As for all the fans who are taking part in our NFL Pick 'em contest, 86 percent have the Saints winning the game, as of this post. The 14 percent number of fans picking the 49ers represents the team's lowest percentage this season.

Of all the Week 10 game predictions, the most lopsided result comes from the matchup between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Voting has 100 percent of fans believing the Packers will earn the victory.

When it comes to the predictions, the closest matchup is between the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, with 51 percent selecting the Seahawks to win the game.

Picks Away Home Picks
15%
Colts
Titans
85%
92%
Buccaneers
Panthers
8%
22%
Texans
Browns
78%
22%
Washington
Lions
78%
0%
Jaguars
Packers
100%
77%
Eagles
Giants
23%
66%
Bills
Cardinals
34%
9%
Broncos
Raiders
91%
32%
Chargers
Dolphins
68%
6%
Bengals
Steelers
94%
51%
Seahawks
Rams
49%
14%
49ers
Saints
86%
97%
Ravens
Patriots
3%
61%
Vikings
Bears
39%





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