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The New Orleans Saints (5-1), led by quarterback Drew Brees, meet the Minnesota Vikings (4-2-1), led by quarterback Kirk Cousins, in a Week 8 NFL Monday Night football game on Sunday, October 28, 2018 (10/28/18) at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The NFC South-leading Saints (5-1) will play the Minnesota Vikings in a Sunday night contest at U.S. Bank Stadium at 7:20 p.m.
Fans can catch the action on NBC (WDSU-6) with Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (analyst) and Michele Tafoya (sideline). The game will also air on WWL-870 and 105.3 with Zach Strief (play-by-play), Deuce McAllister (analyst) and Steve Geller (sideline) as well as nationally on Westwood One Radio with Tom McCarthy (play-by-play) and Jason Taylor (analyst). For Spanish language radio, tune in to 97.9 FM with Marco Garcia (play-by-play), Juan Carlos Ramos and Victor Quinonez (analysts).
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The New Orleans Saints are 5-0 straight up and 4-1 against the spread over their last five games. The Saints can extend their winning streak to six games with a win this Sunday night against the Minnesota Vikings.
New Orleans is a 1-point road favorite in Minnesota at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. In their last 12 games played in the month of October, the Saints are 11-1 ATS.
Since losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48-40 in their season opener and then needing a fourth quarter comeback to survive the Cleveland Browns in a 21-18 win at home, the Saints have gotten on a roll with a 4-0 SU and ATS record over their last four games.
New Orleans has been outstanding on offense ranking sixth in the NFL in total yards per game with 409.8 and second in scoring with 34 points per game. Besides the Los Angeles Rams, no team in the NFC has looked as strong as the Saints through the first half of the season.
The Saints are just 1-7 SU in their last eight road games against the Vikings per the OddsShark NFL Database. New Orleans is also just 3-7 ATS in its last 10 games against Minnesota overall.
Minnesota has turned its season around in the month of October going 3-0 SU and ATS over its last three games since starting 2018 off with a disappointing 1-2-1 SU and 1-3 ATS mark.
While the Vikings have looked sharp in recent weeks, all four of their wins have come against teams that are currently below .500. A win over a team of New Orleans’ caliber would set the tone for the second half of Minnesota’s season.
Sunday night’s total is set at 53 points. The OVER is 8-2 in the last 10 games between New Orleans and Minnesota.
Both the Saints and the Vikings enter this weekend’s action with a one-game lead in their respective division races. This is a big game for both teams even before you factor in the emotion coming off last season’s wild playoff meeting.
Four of the last seven games between these two teams have been decided by five points or less, and Sunday’s matchup could be another tight one.
The next matchup of these NFC juggernauts will happen on Oct. 28 in a prime-time faceoff on Sunday Night Football when all eyes will be on these two teams to see which squad will emerge victorious from U.S. Bank Stadium.
So far, fans have gotten to hear a lot about this game through the eyes of Vikings fans and those close to the Minnesota media, but sometimes it helps to get a look at the contest through the eyes of the opponent.
For that reason, we reached out to FanSided’s Saints site Who Dat Dish and site expert Roy Anderson to find out more about what the Saints fans are feeling about the game and what could stand in the path of the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night.