The New Orleans Saints will play on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” for the second time this season when they face the Los Angeles Chargers to finish their fifth week.
Drew Brace and his Saints (2-2) were upset with the Las Vegas Raiders Monday night Week 2. Shipper (1-3) hopes the rising midfielder, Justin Herbert, can perform a similar mission in the week. 5. The match is scheduled to be played in New Orleans at the Super Dome, but may be moved due to Hurricane Delta.
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Brees booked his spot long ago in the Hall of Fame, but this would be a kind of revenge game against the NFL first team. Herbert just started his NFL career having been among the top 10 players in Oregon. Herbert’s 931-yard pass during his first three starts is the second most in NFL history, behind only Cam Newton. The Shipper would especially need Herbert on Monday night after Austin Eckler’s lover lost to the injury in a fourth-week loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Running back could end up with the game’s story if Alvin Camara and Latavius Murray continue to prove their case as RB’s best players in soccer. Camara’s speed and passes combined with Murray’s aggressive running style made the New Orleans attack difficult to stop in four weeks.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch Saints vs. Chargers Monday night, including kickoff time, TV channels, and the full NFL schedule for Week 5.
What is Saints vs. Chargers today?
- TV channel (national): ESPN
- Live broadcast: ESPN app, fuboTV
ESPN has a new crew for “Monday Night Football” this year which will include Steve Levy (game after game), Brian Grace (color analyst), Louis Reddick (color analyst) and Lisa Salters (side reporter).
In Canada, viewers can watch Saints vs. Chargers on DAZN, which has rights to every NFL game.
Saints start time versus chargers
- History: Monday September 21
- Starting: 8:15 PM ET
Saints vs. Chargers is this week’s only “Monday Night Football” game. The two matches that took place in the fourth week were Monday night due to the postponement of COVID-19 (with the Patriots-Chiefs not having one of the official football matches on Monday night).
Monday night football schedule 2020
|Week 1||September 14||26 – Giants 16|
|Week 1||September 14||Titans 16, Broncos 14|
|Week 2||September 21||Raiders 34, Saints 24|
|Week 3||September 28||34 heads, rooks 20|
|fourth week||October 5th||Packers 30, Falcons 16|
|The fifth week||October 12||New Orleans Saints versus the Los Angeles Chargers|
|the sixth week||October 19||Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona Cardinals|
|Seventh week||October 26||Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago Bears|
|The eighth week||November 2||New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Pirates|
|Ninth week||November 9||New York Jets vs New England Patriots|
|The tenth week||November 16||Chicago Bears vs Minnesota Vikings|
|Week 11||November 23||Tampa Bay Pirates vs Los Angeles Rams|
|Twelfth week||November 30||Philadelphia Eagles vs Seattle Seahawks|
|Week 13||December 7||San Francisco 49 vs Buffalo Bills|
|Fourteenth week||December 14th||Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens|
|The fifteenth week||December 21||Cincinnati Bengals vs Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Sixteenth week||December 28||New England Patriots versus Buffalo Bills|