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What channel Saints vs. Ravens is on, how to watch it via live stream, what time it starts

The New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens are facing off for Week 1 of the 2021 NFL preseason, airing on local television. We break down how to watch the matchup, particularly if you’re outside the broadcast region.

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The New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens meet up in Week 1 of the 2021 NFL preseason at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. ET.

Check out New Orleans Saints broadcast info here for more information on how to watch the game in the local market. The game will air on WBAL 11 (NBC) in Baltimore. Given that this is the preseason, we’ll see plenty of unknown and lesser known faces on the rosters. To keep track of who you’re watching checking out the Saints roster and the Ravens roster.

Both the Saints and the Ravens made it to the NFL Playoffs a year ago, with New Orleans winning the NFC South at 12-4 and Baltimore earning a Wild Card berth at 11-5. Things have changed for New Orleans with the retirement of future Hall of Fame QB Drew Brees, so it’ll be Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill battling for the QB1 spot this season. Baltimore had less turnover, but they revamped receiving corps through free agency with Sammy Watkins and the NFL Draft with Rashod Bateman and Tylan Wallace. Those names look to help improve what was the 32nd ranked pass offense a season ago.

If you aren’t around a TV to check out this preseason contest, you’ll need to dig a little deeper for streaming options. While regular season games are usually available outside the two local markets, preseason games are much more limited. To view this game via live online stream, you’ll need to use NFL Game Pass. If you are not planning on watching every week of the preseason, the service offers a free seven-day trial.

The Ravens are a 2-point favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook and -140 on the moneyline. The Saints are a +120 moneyline underdog with the game’s point total is installed at 36.5.