How To Watch Saints vs Falcons, Week 15: Live Stream and Game Predictions

Leigh Oleszczak
New Orleans Saints v Atlanta Falcons
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The New Orleans Saints' only divisional win this season came back in Week 1 against the Atlanta Falcons. Since then, they've gone 0-3 in their divisional games, which says something because, if you haven't noticed, the NFC South is terrible.

The Saints were mostly inept during that Week 1 game but fired back in the fourth quarter to rally and win when it mattered the most. Since that game, however, the Saints have only won three games and are in the bottom of the worst division of football. It says a lot about who they are as a team this year.

The Falcons aren't exactly doing stellar things either (no one in the NFC South is) but they're starting their third-round rookie quarterback, Desmond Ridder, on Sunday. If he plays well, at least they have that to hang their hats on.

I'll provide my prediction for this game below but here's all of the information you might need for Saints vs Falcons.

How to watch the Saints vs. Falcons

The game will be televised on FOX.

How to stream Saints vs. Falcons

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

How to listen to Saints vs. Falcons

  • Saints Radio Network
  • Sirius XM NFL Stations

Saints vs. Falcons kickoff time and location

  • Where: Cesar Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • When: Sunday, December 18th, 12:00 CST

Saints vs. Falcons odds and prediction

New Orleans is favored by 4 points with a moneyline of -200 while Atlanta's moneyline is +168. The over/under is set at 42.5 points.

Earlier in the week, I said the Falcons would win this one by a score of 21-17 and I'll stick with that score as we inch closer to kickoff.

What is the weather for Saints vs. Falcons?

While the game itself will be in a dome, for those tailgating or watching the game outdoors, it'll be 47 degrees with clear skies at kickoff, according to NFL Weather. By the fourth quarter, it'll be 50 degrees with mostly cloudy skies.

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Saints vs. Falcons history

This is one of the closest rivalries we've seen over the years and unfortunately, the Falcons lead the all-time series 54-53-0, according to The Football Database. NOLA has won the past two matchups and has been the "better" team over the past few years, winning eight of the last 10 matchups.

Note: Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change

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