How To Watch Saints vs Buccaneers: Live Stream and Game Predictions

Leigh Oleszczak
Tampa Bay Buccaneers v New Orleans Saints
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It's round two of the New Orleans Saints vs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the two will square off on Monday night. The last time these two teams met up was in Week 2 where it was an even game until things imploded for the Saints, as they often do, and the Bucs took advantage to sneak out of the Bayou with a 20-10 win.

Neither team has really set the world on fire since then. The Saints are 4-8 and look like a step up from a high school team while the Buccaneers only have one more win than New Orleans yet are leading the NFC South. That's right -- The Bucs are 5-6 yet are leading the division. They'd host a playoff game if the season ended right now.

I'll provide my prediction and other information below as we brace ourselves for what should be an... interesting game.

How to watch the Saints vs. Buccaneers

The game will be televised on ESPN.

How to stream Saints vs. Buccaneers

  • FuboTV
  • DirecTV Stream
  • NFL Sunday Ticket
  • Hulu + Live TV
  • Sling TV
  • YouTubeTV
  • NFL+ (mobile only)

How to listen to Saints vs. Buccaneers

  • Saints Radio Network
  • Sirius XM NFL Stations

Saints vs. Buccaneers kickoff time and location

  • Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
  • When: Monday, December 5th, 7:15 CST

Saints vs. Buccaneers odds and prediction

The Saints are shockingly underdogs (sarcasm, of course) as the Bucs are favored by 4.5 points. I predicted earlier this week that the Buccaneers would pull off a 20-14 win with New Orleans scoring a garbage-time touchdown. Sounds realistic, doesn't it?

What is the weather for Saints vs. Buccaneers?

Per Weather.com, the low for Monday night's game will be around 65 degrees with 82% humidity.

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Saints vs. Buccaneers history

New Orleans has a 39-23-0 all-time record against their divisional foes. Even with Tom Brady in Tampa, the Saints continued to own the rivalry, winning four of the six matchups with Brady at the helm for the Bucs.

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