New Orleans Saints will play host to Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Wild Card Playoffs on Sunday afternoon, January 5. The Saints lost to the Rams in the NFC Conference Championship last season while the Vikings didn’t qualify for the playoffs.
With 13 wins & 3 losses, the NFC South leader Saints seeded #3 while the Vikings are seeded #6, finished this season with 10-6 making up to the wildcard.
When And Where To Watch New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings Free Stream?
|When Is Kick-Off?||January 5, Sunday|
|What Time Is Kick-Off?||1:05 PM (ET)|
|Where Is it Being Played?||Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans|
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|New Orleans Saints||TBA|
Super Bowl Victory Record
The Saints made an only appearance in Super Bowl (XLIV in 2009) and won the title.
The Vikings are yet to grab the glory despite 4 Super Bowl appearances.
Head-To-Head (In Playoffs)
In total, the teams faced each other 4 times in playoffs; the Saints won in 2009 season’s NFC Championship while the Vikings turned victorious in 3 matches (in 1988 wildcard, 2001 divisional round, and 2018 divisional round).
The Saints report questionable appearances of Zach Line (FB), Eli Apple (CB), Dwayne Washington (DB) and Michael Thomas (WR). The squad has a bunch of players in the injured reserves including Garrett Griffin (TE), Colton Jumper (LB), Alex Anzalone (MLB), Austin Carr (WR), Keith Kirkwood (WR), Sheldon Rankins (DT and Krishawn Hogan (WR).
On the other side, the Vikings report Chad Beebe (WR), Ben Gedeon (OLB), Armon Watts (DT) and Brett Jones (C) on the injured reserve while David Morgan (TE) after a knee injury is physically unable to perform.
Moreover, Eric Kendricks (MLB), Andrew Sendejo (SS), Stephen Weatherly (DE) and Mackensie Alexander (CB) are questionable to play.