The New Orleans Saints don't have many winnable games remaining on their 2022 regular-season schedule but this game against the Los Angeles Rams is one they could certainly win. Both teams are banged up and have severely disappointed this year.
The Saints are 3-7 and only still being uttered in the same breath as the playoffs due to the dumpster fire that is the NFC South.
The Rams won the Super Bowl less than a year ago but are majorly suffering from a Super Bowl hangover. To make matters worse for them, Cooper Kupp, their best offensive player, is headed to IR. Things are not going well for the Rams, to say the least.
Who is calling the Saints-Rams game?
It wouldn't have surprised me if the Saints got a bad broadcast team for this game but they'll get the duo of Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma, per Audacy. They'll be accompanied by Shannon Spake, who will handle the sideline reporting.
Saints fans are no stranger to this broadcast crew, as this duo called their season opener. Vilma, of course, is beloved by Saints fans after spending the final six years of his career in New Orleans and helping the franchise win a Super Bowl during the 2009 season.
This will be the first time the Rams have been back to the SuperDome since the infamous no call in the NFC Championship game during the 2018 season. I'm sure that won't be brought up at all (sarcasm).