Let's start with a little math that might help give you an understanding how the technical side of all of this works.
Your BMR, (base metabolic rate), which is the amount of calories your body would need to maintain your current weight if you stayed in bed all day is roughly
71 WW points is roughly
2769 calories, subtracting 3290 from 2769 gives you, a 521/day calorie deficit, setting you up to lose about a pound a week. However we can most likely figure you're not laying in bed all day, so you should lose a 1-2 pounds a week depending on your activity level. Keep in mind, as your weight goes down so does your daily calorie need.
That said, from your post, it sounds to me like maybe you're not so much hungry, but eating out of boredom or using food to fill an emotional need of some kind.
Do you eat in front of the TV? Do you eat standing up in front of your refrigerator? Do you eat in the car, at a desk at work, etc.? Is it just mindless munching and when the food is gone, you don't have any mental/memory satisfaction of having eaten it?
Like some of the above said, better choices in the foods will help, lean protein and fiber and whole grains will help stave off actual hunger.
It might be helpful to set down some rules as to where and when you eat. Eat only in the kitchen, sitting at the table with the TV or radio off, when at home. Set up similar ground rules for work and traveling spaces.
In other words manage your spaces, and create food friendly and NO food zones. I know it's tough at first, but it gets easier with time and practice.
Munching on ice can also be helpful, it gives your mouth something to do without adding any points to your day.
If you're doing WW online, I would really consider meetings if it's at all possible. The support is great, and you can ask questions and get help from the whole group.
For guys, I would check out http://theantijared.com
blog, written by a guy who has lost 200 pounds and is maintaining. He describes his life before and after obesity and writes some other fun, funny and of course serious stuff.
Hope that all helps.