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Here are Jack Green's NFL tips for Atlanta @ New Orleans.

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Saints to win by 1-10 points

Nine of the 11 Thursday night games this season have been won by the home team, and favourites are 11-0 in midweek games, so the Saints should extend their winning streak to 10 this week.

New Orleans haven’t beaten Atlanta by more than 10 points in 13 games since 2011, though, so it’s safe to expect a close game between these fierce divisional rivals.

Michael Thomas 100+ receiving yards and a touchdown

Thomas gained 129 receiving yards and scored a touchdown in the Week 3 meeting between these teams, and the Saints’ star wide receiver looks primed for another big game this time around.

The 25-year-old is averaging 129.2 yards per game at home this season, and the Falcons have allowed the fourth-most passing yards in the NFL.

Julio Jones 100+ receiving yards and a touchdown

Jones fell just short of the century mark against the Saints in Week 3, gaining 96 yards on five catches, but has averaged 109.8 yards over the Falcons’ last four meetings with New Orleans.

The 29-year-old has also scored in three successive games after failing to find the end zone in the first seven weeks of the season.

Tevin Coleman under 49.5 rushing yards

Coleman has been the Falcons’ feature back for most of the season but hasn’t had much success on the ground, averaging 50 rushing yards per game.

With the Falcons likely playing from behind on Thursday night against the league’s second-best run defence, don’t expect a high rushing tally from the 25-year-old.

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