The New Orleans Saints are riding high off of two straight wins as they host the defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos Nov. 13. This is the first time the two teams have met since 2012 and we’ve got your way to watch the game via live stream!
The Broncos are looking to avenge their week nine drubbing at the hands of their AFC West rival Oakland Raiders, with a challenging road match against the New Orleans Saints. Denver is really going to need to step up their defense big time as Saints explosive O has rushed for over 100 yards in each of their last three games. They also have a major weapon in the mighty arm of quarterback Drew Brees, 37. Tune in to find out if the Broncos can get their mojo back when the game kicks off at 1pm EST on Nov. 13. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE BRONCOS VS. SAINTS LIVE STREAM.
The Saints racked up 248 rushing yards against the San Francisco 49ers in week nine, and Drew threw for over 300 yards and three TD’s in their 41-23. They’re chasing the division leading Atlanta Falcons in the AFC South and another win would really help get them back into the playoffs hunt. The Broncos rush defense is one of the lowest rated in the league and stopping Tim Hightower, 30, and Mark Ingram, 36, will be one of their biggest challenges, as each of the guys has had 100 plus yard games in recent weeks.
Fortunately Denver has one of the league’s leading pass rushers in Von Miller, 27, and he knows he’s got his hands fill taking on Drew. He was effusive with praise for the QB ahead of the game, noting that”Drew’s the best passer in the league right now. He’s leading the league in passing yards, and it’s not the first time he’s done it. Over the years, he’s been (Nos.) 1 or 2. He’s just a great quarterback. He goes through all his progressions. He’s got a high IQ.”
The Broncos have dropped three of their last five games and have quite a battle on their hands in an incredibly tough AFC West this season. The Raiders’ win put them atop the division, leaving Denver tied for second with the Kansas City Chiefs at 6-3, and the rest of their 2016 schedule is pretty tough. They’ve got two meetings against K.C. yet to come, as well as another meeting with Oakland. They’ve also got to face off against the best team in the league and their greatest AFC playoff rival, the New England Patriots. Whew! They need this win against the Saints, because it’s not going to get any easier as the season moves along.
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