Saints vs Titans Week 10 announcers for TV and live stream

Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)
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With the addition of a 17th game in 2021, the New Orleans Saints take on a team they normally wouldn’t — The Tennessee Titans. Who is on the call for this off-the-wall matchup?

After dropping a disappointing game to the flawed Falcons, New Orleans hits the road hoping to eek out a win against the best team in the AFC.

No, really. If the season ended today, the Titans would hold home-field advantage on the AFC side of the playoffs. They’re 7-2 and are coming off a complete butt whooping of the Rams in Los Angeles on Sunday Night Football.

With both the Saints and Titans currently in the playoffs if the season were to wrap up today, it only makes sense that they’ll be getting a good broadcast team. Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, and Melanie Collins will be on the call when the Saints hit the field in Nashville.

New Orleans Saints get one of best broadcast teams against Titans

With the Saints playing in the NFC, fans aren’t used to getting to hear Kevin Harlan on the call for their games, as he’s on CBS and the Saints are normally on FOX. That’s what makes these AFC/NFC matchups so much fun though, we get to hear different announcers than usual.

Harlan is one of my favorite announcers on the NFL side of things and I loved when they moved Trent Green to call games with him last year. Green spent over a decade in the NFL as a quarterback and had his best season in 2003 with the Kansas City Chiefs. He’ll offer some interesting perspectives on NOLA’s quarterback situation.

This is the final game of the regular season that the Saints game will air on CBS, as two of their remaining matchups against the AFC are set to air on primetime (Bills on Thanksgiving night on NBC and Dolphins on ESPN’s Monday Night Football in the third-to-last game of the season) and the Week 14 matchup against the Jets will air on FOX.

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Are you excited to hear Kevin Harlan call this week’s Saints game?