Watch Saints At Ravens NFL Week 7 Live Stream, Plus Huge Picks & Odds For Baltimore Vs. New Orleans

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If you’re making your NFL Week 7 picks, the New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens game is providing some tempting odds. NFL experts have given their Week 7 picks, and most of them feel that Drew Brees’ New Orleans Saints will finally beat the Baltimore Ravens. As far as the books are concerned, by a very slim amount, most of the money is also predicting that the Ravens will fall to the Saints.

The last time these two teams met was four years ago in 2014, and the Ravens beat the Saints 34-17. Baltimore and New Orleans have played each other just six times in NFL history, and as most fans know, the Ravens lead the Saints 5-1. However, with Drew Brees as their quarterback, New Orleans has never beaten Baltimore.

The Ravens seem to have Brees’ number, winning all four of their meetings. The future NFL Hall of Fame signal caller has toppled all 31 other teams in the league, even including the Saints, but Brees has yet to defeat Baltimore. The Ravens’ defense is ranked No. 1 in the NFL, so Brees will certainly have his hands full on Sunday.

However, the legendary quarterback has been on a historic run this year, and with Mark Ingram back, Brees won’t have to throw the ball a million times in this game, though he is clearly capable of doing so. The Saints’ D has been clicking into place, and they aren’t looking to make things easy for the Ravens. Drew Brees could once again make NFL history this season if he topples the one team in the league that has eluded him.

New Orleans has three players ruled out: Andrus Peat (concussion), Taylor Stallworth (Ankle), and Jermon Bushrod. Heartbreakingly, Bushrod and his wife lost their 1-week-old newborn daughter on Saturday. Larry Warford had limited practice on Friday due to some back issues, and he is listed as questionable. Alex Lewis has been ruled out for Baltimore due to a neck injury, and three Ravens are listed as questionable: Anthony Averett (hamstring) and Anthony Levine (hamstring) both saw limited and full practice on Friday, respectively, and Marion Humphrey (thigh) did not practice.

How To Live Stream Baltimore vs. New Orleans

On Sunday, the 4-1 Saints will hit the road to M&T Bank Stadium to face the 4-2 Ravens. The NFL action kicks off at 4:05 EST, on FOX. If you’re looking to live stream the contest, as Yahoo Finance documented, there are several different platforms that offer live streaming of NFL games, and they all come with a free trial for new users: FuboTV, Hulu Live, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, and YouTube TV. In addition, FOX Sports Go will also be live streaming the Saints at the Ravens. If you are on the road and want to live stream the audio, XM Streaming 804 will have the New Orleans feed and XM Streaming 802 will carry the Baltimore feed.