The New Orleans Saints have been on a bit of a hot streak this season, but Sunday is the first time that fans will be able to see what they’re missing when the team takes the field for their home game against the Cleveland Browns.
The Saints are looking to build on a 4-3 win over the Baltimore Ravens last week, and they’re hoping that their first three games against the Bengals, Lions and Eagles will provide a bit more of an answer.
The second three games will be a little more difficult to figure out, as the teams are on different schedules.
The Browns play the Bengals on Sunday, followed by the Lions on Monday, and then the Eagles on Tuesday.
However, the Saints will be traveling to Minnesota, the Vikings’ home, for the Vikings-Dolphins game on Thursday night, and the Eagles-Cowboys game on Sunday.
All three games are set for 2 p.m.
The schedule is set to change for the Eagles, as they play the Packers on Thursday, and before they head to Minnesota on Saturday, they will play the Vikings again on Sunday night.
As we reported last week , the Eagles are on a bye week after playing the Browns in Week 6.
That means the Saints are still scheduled to play three games on a home schedule this season.
However in case that’s not enough to get you excited, the team is still scheduled for at least one game against either the Falcons or Cowboys on a road schedule.
Those games are scheduled to take place at 4 p..m., 6 p.g. and 7 p.s. on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
All of the home games will air on the NFL Network, as well.
The only games that the Saints have to play this season are against the Cowboys and Cowboys on Sunday at the Georgia Dome.
There are three games that are scheduled for the home schedule that will be played on Thanksgiving: the Colts at Philadelphia, the Lions at Washington, and at the Lions and Vikings.
The Eagles and Cowboys will also play on Thanksgiving night, as will the Vikings and Vikings on Sunday afternoon.
The Cowboys are the only team that has to play two games in Week 2 against the Giants, so they will be the first team that will have to travel from New Orleans.
The Redskins are the first teams to face the Eagles in Week 3, as their home matchup with the Saints is set for Sunday night, according to ESPN.
The Vikings and Lions will also be scheduled to face each other, but it is unclear if that will happen in Week 4.
The last two games will both be played in Minnesota.
The Packers play the Lions in Minnesota on Monday Night Football, and after that the Packers will play at the Vikings on Thursday Night Football.
The Cardinals will also host the Vikings in Week 5, as that will also take place in Minnesota, according for the NFL.
The Falcons will face each of the three teams in Week 7, with the Packers hosting the Saints in Week 8.
The Chargers will also have a road game at the Eagles.