How To Watch Ravens vs. Saints: Live Stream and Game Predictions

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The Baltimore Ravens will travel to New Orleans in Week 9 to take on the Saints under the bright lights of Monday Night Football, and they might do so without a number of key players.

The likes of Mark Andrews and Gus Edwards are doubtful to play this Monday which could put the Ravens at a disadvantage as they look to secure their third straight victory.

Meanwhile, the Saints are looking to build a little momentum of their own after a dominant 24-0 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders a week ago. Both teams could really use a win to help their division standing.

Let’s take a look at all the important information you need to know ahead of this Monday night’s matchup.

How to Watch Ravens vs. Saints

The Ravens vs. Saints game will be airing live on ESPN starting at 8:15 p.m. ET. Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, and Lisa Salters will be on the call.

How to Stream Ravens vs. Saints

There are a few options you can use to stream the Monday night matchup between the Ravens and Saints. We recommend using FuboTV. Here are some other streaming options for the game:

  • NFL+ (mobile only)
  • Hulu + Live TV
  • YouTubeTV
  • Sling TV
  • Paramount Plus

How to Listen to Ravens vs. Saints

You can listen to this Monday night’s Ravens/Saints matchup locally on WBAL (1090 AM) and 98Rock (97.9 FM) or nationally on Westwood One Sports with Kevin Harlan and Kurt Warner.

Ravens vs. Saints Kickoff Time and Location

The Ravens’ Week 9 game against the Saints will be held at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. Kickoff is at 8:15 pm ET.

What is the weather for Ravens vs. Saints

The Ravens’ game against the Saints in Week 9 will be played in a dome so the weather should not play a factor.

Ravens vs. Saints History

The Ravens hold an overall record of 5-2 in their seven games against the Saints. The last time these two teams met was in October of 2018 when the Ravens lost by a final score of 24-23.

The Saints have never beaten the Ravens at home.

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