The National Football League isn’t letting the Coronavirus outbreak and global shutdown preventing it from moving forward with the 2020 season.
Thursday evening, the league officially unveiled the regular season slate of games for all 32 teams.
The New Orleans Saints, coming off a 13-3 season in which they clinched a third consecutive NFC South title, have four prime-time games on tap — three of which will be played within the first five weeks of the season.
Drew Brees and Co. will open the season against Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and division rival Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Week 2: Monday Night Football at Las Vegas Raiders
Week 3: Sunday Night Football vs. Green Bay Packers
Week 5: Monday Night Football at Los Angeles Chargers
Week 9: Sunday Night Football at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The full schedule can be found via the Saints’ Twitter account below: