The New Orleans Saints take on the Cleveland Browns this Saturday in what should be an interesting game. Both teams have losing records but it's the Saints who can still potentially make the playoffs due to their weak division.
The Saints are coming off a win over the Falcons to move them to 5-9 on the year. If they win out and the Bucs continue to slip up, the division could end up being New Orleans' for the taking. They need some help to make that happen but it is still possible for them to win the NFC South.
Here's what you need to know for the game on Christmas Eve.
How to watch the Saints vs. Browns
The game will be televised on CBS.
How to stream Saints vs. Browns
- DirecTV Stream
- NFL Sunday Ticket
- Hulu + Live TV
- Sling TV
- NFL+ (mobile only)
How to listen to Saints vs. Browns
- Saints Radio Network
- Sirius XM NFL Stations
Saints vs. Browns kickoff time and location
- Where: First Energy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
- When: Saturday, December 24th, 12:00 CST
Saints vs. Browns odds and prediction
As of this writing, the Browns are 3-point favorites. The moneylines are +136 for New Orleans and -162 for Cleveland while the over/under is 31.5 points.
Earlier in the week, I predicted a 20-10 Browns victory and I'm going to stick with that prediction. The Saints' run defense is bad and if the Browns are able to get a lead, they'll continue to run the ball with Nick Chubb and make it a long day for the NOLA defense.
What is the weather for Saints vs. Browns?
Brrr! It's going to be a cold one in Cleveland on Christmas Eve, according to NFL Weather! The kickoff temperature will be a freezing 11 degrees and it'll feel like -9 degrees with wind and fog. The temperature will climb by the fourth quarter but not by much, as it'll be a whopping 12 degrees and feel like -7 degrees with the wind and fog sticking around.
Saints vs. Browns history
The Browns have a 13-5-0 record over New Orleans with the Saints winning the last game in 2018 by a score of 21-18. Prior to that, Cleveland found a way to beat the black and gold winning two of three games against them during the Payton-Brees era.
Note: Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change