Saints vs Eagles Week 11 announcers for TV and live stream

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The New Orleans Saints are hoping to rebound against the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend. Who is on the call for this NFC showdown? 

If the Saints drop this weekend’s game to the Eagles, they’ll suddenly be sitting at .500 and their hopes of winning the NFC South will slowly but surely dwindle.

While the Saints have dropped their last two games, the Eagles are trending upwards. They blew out the Broncos last weekend and are feeling good hosting a down Saints team. Not to mention, the last time these two teams met, Philadelphia shocked the world by taking down a good New Orleans team that was red-hot.

The difference between that game and this upcoming one is that the Saints now have plenty of film on Jalen Hurts, which wasn’t the case last year, as Hurts was making his first NFL start. As a result, Hurts ran all over the NOLA defense.

Who’s calling Saints vs. Eagles in Week 11?

The broadcast team for when New Orleans squares off against Philadelphia will be Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth, and Shannon Spake. Schlereth played in the NFL for 12 years, splitting time with Washington and Denver and winning three total Super Bowls during his NFL career. Schlereth was initially with ESPN post-NFL retirement but joined the FOX team a few years ago.

Amin also worked for ESPN up until May 2020 and also joined FOX. Last season was his first calling NFL games.

Spake is mostly known for her announcing in the NASCAR world but does sideline reporting in the NFL. She too worked for ESPN but joined the FOX team in 2016.

This is a big game for the Saints and while a loss wouldn’t sink their playoff hopes, it would put a damper on the team’s hopes of winning the division. They hold the tiebreaker over Tampa Bay but it won’t matter if they can’t pass them in the standings.

For what it’s worth, WynnBET has New Orleans as 2.5-point underdogs.

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Hopefully, NOLA is able to come out swinging in Philadelphia this weekend and leave the City of Brotherly Love with a win.