Saints vS. Vikings Live: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Channel info

Saints vS. Vikings Live: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Channel info

Saints vs. Vikings live stream: Watch Week 1 online, The New Orleans Saints face the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium on Monday Night Football in Week 1. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

How To Watch Saints vs Vikings Live:

The first Monday Night football game of the season is here and it’s a good one. The New Orleans Saints are taking on the Minnesota Vikings. A heavy-handed matched, the game is sure to be full of tension, close calls and maybe even, revenge. The big storyline a lot of fans are looking forward to is Adrian Peterson’s return to Minnesota.

After being released by the Vikings, Peterson made his way to the Big Easy. Since signing there, the season-opener has become all the more exciting. It’s the game where Peterson proves he’s better off and a win for the Saints will all but cement that. Most of that will depend on how well the team’s defense plays and if they can live up to their preseason hype.

As for the Vikings, it’s their time to prove they don’t need Peterson. With rookie Dalvin Cook at the helm, there’s a sheriff in town. Their offense might not be as dynamic without Peterson or Bridgewater, but Bradford has a chance to prove himself. Their defense will also have a challenge in trying to keep up with the Saints and will be a good test at what’s to come.

The first of two Monday Night games, the Saints, and Vikings will undoubtedly be a heated match. No way you want to miss that. Speaking of not missing it, you can stream this game via Watch-ESPN. Since it’s on ESPN and Jon Gruden will be commentating, there’s no reason not to stream it.

Date: September 11th
Start time: 7:10 pm EST
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium
Live Stream: Watch-ESPN, Football TV

With the first Monday night game of the season, ESPN couldn’t have picked a better matchup and it’s predicted to be a close one. With the return of Peterson, the battle of the defenses and their futures depending on it, the Saints and the Vikings is one to keep your eye on.

The New Orleans Saints and the Minnesota Vikings kick off the Monday night slate as former Vikings running back Adrian Peterson returns there for the first time.

Peterson spent the first 10 seasons of his career with the Vikings, making the first-team AP All-Pro team four times and leading the league in rushing three times.

The Saints led the NFL in total offense last season as quarterback Drew Brees passed for 5,208 yards, as New Orleans tries to get back to the playoffs for the first time in four seasons.

The Saints have beaten Minnesota four straight times, including the 2010 NFC Championship overtime win, propelling them to Super bowl victory.

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