What channel is the Saints vs. Seahawks Monday Night Football game on tonight?

The Saints and Seahawks are set to play tonight on Monday Night Football. What channel and live streams can you watch Monday Night Football?

Who faces off on Monday Night Football tonight in Week 7? The New Orleans Saints head to the Pacific Northwest to take on the Seattle Seahawks. With Seattle’s offense weakened, can QB Jameis Winston and the Saints win two games in a row for the first time this season? Here’s everything you need to know regarding the channel and live streams for Monday Night Football.

Who plays on Monday Night Football tonight?

  • Game: New Orleans Saints (3-2) at Seattle Seahawks (2-4)
  • Location: Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington

Monday Night Football | Channel, start time, live stream

  • Channel: ESPN
  • Time: 8:15 PM ET
  • Live streams:
    • ESPN App
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV
    • NFL Mobile App

What to expect from tonight’s Saints vs. Seahawks game?

While the Saints still have their starting quarterback for Monday Night Football tonight, there are other questions regarding their offense in Week 7.

New Orleans remains thin at wide receiver

The Saints better hope that RB Alvin Kamara got plenty of rest over their Week 6 bye because he has quite the task ahead of him in tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup. There are only two available backs tonight between Kamara and Devine Ozigbo.

Meanwhile, WRs Michael Thomas and Tre’Quan Smith remain out. Both QB Taysom Hill and WR Deonte Harris have been ruled out with injuries sustained in Week 5. This leaves Winston with a WR room of Marquez Callaway, Kenny Stills, Ty Montgomery, and Lil’Jordan Humphrey.

However, what’s essential is that Winston is under center. They still have Kamara, who has been quite the difference-maker this season. Therefore, as long as Winston plays within himself, the Saints’ defense should have no problems against a Seahawks offense that struggled last week.

Russell Wilson’s absence is present

Despite two early losses this season, things were looking good for Seattle heading into Week 5. Wilson’s right middle finger injury changed everything.

Last week’s game against the Steelers was good in spurts. Despite tying it up late and sending the game to overtime, six of Seattle’s 11 drives were 4 plays or less and ended in a punt. That’s not going to be enough tonight to keep pace with the Saints’ offense on Monday Night Football.

QB Geno Smith can be great in spot starts and even had people on edge when entering the game for Wilson in Week 5. However, Week 6 wasn’t for him, and things don’t seem better with a strong New Orleans defense coming to town.

DE Cameron Jordan is always a difference-maker in games and will indeed generate some pressure on Smith. Despite having some injuries in other team areas, the Saints’ secondary has remained relatively unscathed.

CB Marshon Lattimore will be hunting interceptions all night as the league’s second-best rushing defense will likely force Smith and Seattle to pass more in Monday Night Football tonight. The matchup between Lattimore and DK Metcalf will be a must-see event. With the better offense, the Saints take tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup in the end.

Saints vs. Seahawks Prediction: Saints 27, Seattle 17

Monday Night Football Schedule: September

  • Baltimore Ravens at Las Vegas Raiders – September 13
    • Final: Las Vegas 33, Baltimore 27 (OT)
  • Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers – September 20
    • Final: Green Bay 35, Detroit 17
  • Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys – September 27
    • Final: Cowboys 41, Eagles 21

October

  • Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers – October 4
    • Final: Chargers 28, Raiders 14
  • Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens – October 11
    • Final: Ravens 31, Colts 25 (OT)
  • Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans – October 18
    • Final: Titans 34, Bills 31
  • New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks – October 25

November

  • New York Giants at Kansas City Chiefs – November 1
  • Chicago Bears at Pittsburgh Steelers – November 8
  • Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers – November 15
  • New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – November 22
  • Seattle Seahawks at Washington Football Team – November 29

December

  • New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills – December 6
  • Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals – December 13
  • Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears – December 20
  • Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints – December 27

January

  • Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers – January 3

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