A NFC South fight is on tap between the Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints at 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Falling off of a misfortune in a game they were required to win, Atlanta currently faces the all the more overwhelming assignment of substantiating themselves against negative changes. Falcons vs Saints
How to Watch NFL Week 11
Match: Falcons vs Saints
Date: Sunday, November 22, 2020
Time: 01:00 pm
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium — Atlanta, Georgia
TV Coverage: CBS
online Streaming: FuboTV (Try For Free)
We have an energizing divisional matchup on the record this week between two groups who know each other well and absolutely aren’t the most amiable of adversaries. The Saints have won four of the last five matchups between these two groups, however New Orleans is set to be without Drew Brees after he endured a couple of cracked ribs and a fell lung last Sunday. Taysom Hill is required to be the beginning “quarterback” for the Saints, in spite of the fact that we ought to hope to see some Jameis Winston too.
In all out attack mode side, New Orleans conquered the halftime loss of QB Drew Brees by scrambling for 115 yards on 29 conveys. Kamara scrambled for two scores and furthermore drove the group in accepting with seven gatherings for 83 yards (11.9 avg.) with an extra score. Latavius Murray served conveyed multiple times for a game-high 57 yards, filling in as a closer in the second half with eight conveys for 52 yards occurring in the last two quarters.
At quarterback after Brees helped lead the group back from a 10-0 shortage, finishing 8-of-13 passes for 76 yards with one score and a 103.4 rating, Jameis Winston finished 6-of-10 tosses for 63 yards in helping keep New Orleans in front of the 49ers.
Going back to Week 16 of the 2018 season, the Falcons have won six successive street games against the NFC South, which is the longest such streak in establishment history and the third-longest actuve dash of sequential street wins against divisional adversaries in the NFL. Just Kansas City (nine) and New Orleans (seven) presently hold longer such streaks.