New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free NFL Results; Betting Odds, Schedule and Preview
Week two of the NFL regular season is officially here and we are loaded with great games for our viewing enjoyment. One of those highly anticipated matchups of the week will take place on Sunday when the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Kick off for the game is scheduled to take place at 4:05 p.m. ET and may be seen on FOX in certain local areas. However, if you can't watch the game on television or in person, you can watch the live stream by clicking here.
You will certainly want to get your popcorn ready beforehand and be sure you are sitting in a comfortable spot on the couch before this game starts on Sunday. The Saints will take the football field as three point favorites over the Bucs but there is a reason why they play the games. You never know what's going to happen!
The New Orleans Saints looked very impressive in their season opener against the Atlanta Falcons. Drew Brees looked as great as always completing 26 of 35 passes for 357 yards and two touchdowns.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were defeated in their season opener by the New York Jets by a score of 18-17. They should have won the game, but stupid penalty allowed New York to get into field position and win the football game.
If we were putting money on this football game we would definitely put it on the Saints to win on Sunday. The Bucs do typically play New Orleans tight, but this season Tampa Bay doesn't look to be quite as good as they were last season.
We actually would not be shocked if Drew Brees and the Saints ended up with over 40 points in this matchup. And if they score a ton of points, there's no way the Bucs win because they do not have the offensive weapons to win a shootout.
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