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September 21 at 8:00 am5:00 pm EDT

Saints vs Raiders: The TV channel for Monday night’s game between the Saints and Raiders will be ESPN, who owns the broadcasting rights to “Monday Night Football.” Viewers will notice a big change in Week 2, however, as there is just one game. Week 1 featured a doubleheader on Monday night, which has become a tradition now on opening week. But Week 2’s schedule will only feature the Saints playing the Raiders.

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How to watch
Date: Monday, September 21 | Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Location: Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas, Nevada)
TV: ESPN | Stream: fuboTV (try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App

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After years of construction, Allegiant Stadium is finally ready. Tonight, NFL football will indeed be played in Las Vegas, as Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints head to Sin City to try their luck against Derek Carr and the Las Vegas Raiders. Sean Payton’s squad is fresh off of a 34-23 win against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With the lack of a preseason, it wasn’t the Saints’ cleanest performance, but Alvin Kamara’s two touchdowns were enough to score a divisional victory. The Raiders also won their Week 1 matchup, a 34-30 victory against the Carolina Panthers. Josh Jacobs had 139 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns, but it will be tough to repeat that performance against New Orleans’ defense.

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Saints (-5.5) at Raiders
The line has moved around quite a bit, but the Saints have always been clear favorites. Last Monday, the line was Saints -5.5 but moved to Saints -6.5 on Tuesday. Eventually, it fell back to Saints -5.5.

The pick: Saints -5.5. The Saints didn’t put together a good performance in Week 1, yet they still beat the 2020 offseason champions by double digits. With this game being on the road in a new and exciting environment against a lesser opponent, it could be something that leads to a big game from New Orleans. I still trust the Saints offense even without Michael Thomas, as Emmanuel Sanders can step up in his place and tight end Jared Cook recorded five receptions for a team-high 80 yards last Sunday. Additionally, Kamara appears to finally be healthy and will again make an impact on the ground and through the air. As far as the Saints’ defense, I was impressed with what I saw in Week 1. Cameron Jordan and Demario Davis are legitimate stars while the secondary is in good hands with Marshon Lattimore and Janoris Jenkins. Even safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson led the team with 10 tackles against the Buccaneers. Give me the Saints by a touchdown.

The Saints have won three out of the past four against the Raiders, and the all-time series is tied at 6-6-1. With Brees potentially entering his final season in the NFL, the Saints are more motivated than ever to make it back to the Super Bowl. The Raiders are just trying to make the postseason in a tough division and build on their 7-9 campaign that had its bright spots last yaer.

The Las Vegas Raiders will make their debut at the new Allegiant Stadium against the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football. The Raiders are fresh off an impressive 34-30 road victory over the Carolina Panthers. The Saints, meanwhile, opened their season with a resounding 11-point victory over Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Quarterback Drew Brees threw for just 160 yards in New Orleans’ victory, while Raiders running back Josh Jacobs found the end zone three times in the Raiders’ first win as a Las Vegas franchise.

Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET. New Orleans, which will be without star receiver Michael Thomas (ankle), is a 5.5-point favorite in the latest Saints vs. Raiders odds from William Hill, while the over-under is 48.5. Before locking in any Raiders vs. Saints picks, make sure you see the latest Monday Night Football predictions from SportsLine’s proven projection model.

The model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, is up over $7,400 for $100 players on its top-rated NFL picks since its inception five years ago. It went a perfect 4-0 on top-rated NFL picks in Week 1, including calling easy covers by the Ravens and Bills. The model enters Week 2 on an incredible 100-65 roll on top-rated NFL picks that dates back to the 2017 season.


September 21
8:00 am – 5:00 pm