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Detroit Lions (4-9) at New Orleans Saints (5-8)
The Saints host the Detroit Lions tonight in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. With both teams eliminated from playoff contention, there is little left to play for than pride. Remember though, pride is a very strong motivating factor, and the Saints should come out tonight as a very motivated and prideful team. The Saints, despite their substandard season, have a few benchmarks they need to hit in order to keep the season from getting worse.
Under Drew Brees and Sean Payton, the Saints have never lost more than 9 games in a single season. They will need to win two of the final three games of this season in order to keep that intact, starting tonight. The Saints have also never lost to Matthew Stafford and the Lions in the Superdome. Lastly, since their post-Super Bowl season of 2010, the Saints have only lost one primetime home game (vs. Baltimore, Week 12, 2014). These are the types of accomplishments the Saints should take pride in and should continue to fight for. I say the Saints will fight tonight, and win 38-17. Who Dat!
Here are your links to follow all of tonight's Saints Week 15 action:
Monday, December 21st - 7:30pm CST / 8:30pm EST
Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, Louisiana
Perfect conditions under the dome
Monday Night Football - ESPN
-Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
DIRECTV NFL Sunday Ticket:
Game will be broadcast on national television
WWL 870AM/105.3FM New Orleans
-Featuring: Jim Henderson, Hokie Gajan, and Kristian Garic
SIRIUS 88 (NO) / XM 226 (NO)
New Orleans Saints radio network affiliates can be found here
Detroit Lions radio network affiliates can be found here
NFL GAMEPASS (Subscription Required)
NFL Mobile only on Verizon
Saints -2.5; Over/Under 51.5
Black Jerseys and Black Pants
Pride of Detroit
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