Saints vs. Steelers: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Saints (4-7) will try to end a three-game losing streak when they go on the road to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers are coming off a bye week, before which Pittsburgh defeated the Tennessee Titans 27-24 during a Week 11 Monday night contest. The Saints, despite their losing streak, are tied for the lead in the NFC South with the Atlanta Falcons. Pittsburgh is a half-game behind the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC North.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV coverage: FOX
Week 12: Ravens 34, Saints 27
The Ravens overcame 420 passing yards from Drew Brees by running the ball for 215 yards, including a career-high 182 yards from Justin Forsett. Brees was sacked four times and threw a third quarter interception to Will Hill, who returned it 44 yards to put Baltimore ahead for good.
Week 11: Bengals 27, Saints 10
The Saints defense gave up 220 yards to Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and 152 yards to running back Jeremy Hill. New Orleans remained tied with the Atlanta Falcons for first place in the NFC South. Drew Brees passed for 255 yards and one touchdown, while running back Mark Ingram added 67 yards on 23 carries, ending his three-game streak of posting at least 100 rushing yards.
Week 10: 49ers 27, Saints 24 OT
The 49ers benefited from a controversial pass interference call against Saints tight end Jimmy Graham to win in overtime. Colin Kaepernick completed 14 of 32 passes for 210 yards and a touchdown, and Frank Gore added 81 yards and a score on the ground. Phil Dawson's 35-yard field goal won the game in overtime.
Week 9: Saints 28, Panthers 10
New Orleans broke a seven-game road losing streak and took over first place in the NFC South behind Drew Brees' 297 yards passing and Mark Ingram's 30 carries for 100 yards. The Saints took advantage of a Panthers offensive line that was missing three starters. The New Orleans defense sacked Cam Newton four times and held him to 122 yards passing and a career-low 35.7 percent completion percentage.
Week 8: Saints 44, Packers 23
The two quarterbacks, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers, combined for 700 yards passing, but Brees and the Saints routed Green Bay to break the Packers' four-game winning streak. Aaron Rodgers was picked off twice and sacked three times, but he still threw for 418 yards. The game was the third in NFL history in which neither team punted the ball. It also happened earlier this season in Green Bay's 38-17 victory over Chicago in Week 4.
Week 7: Lions 24, Saints 23
Drew Brees' interception late in the fourth quarter led to a stunning comeback by Detroit, which erased a 13-point Saints lead with less than four minutes, capped off by Matthew Stafford's five-yard touchdown pass to Corey Fuller with 1:48 left. Detroit receiver Golden Tate set career highs with 10 receptions for 154 yards, and Detroit's No. 1 ranked defense held the Saints to 23 points. The loss to the Lions was the Saints' seventh-straight on the road.
Week 12: Bye
Week 11: Steelers 27, Titans 24
Le'Veon Bell ran for an 2014 NFL single game high 204 yards on 33 carries and Ben Roethlisberger threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown with nine minutes remaining, as the Steelers bounced back from a disappointing loss to the Jets the previous week. Tennessee ran for 49 yards and only had the ball for 20:11.
Week 10: Jets 20, Steelers 13
The Jets broke an eight-game losing streak by forcing four Steelers turnovers, including two interceptions. Michael Vick threw for 132 yards and two touchdowns. With his 39 yards rushing, he became the first quarterback in NFL history to run for 6,000 career yards. The Jets defense contained Ben Roethlisberger for most of the day after he threw an NFL-record 12 touchdown passes in his previous two games.
Week 9: Steelers 43, Ravens 23
Ben Roethlisberger threw six touchdown passes for the second-straight game as the Steelers avenged a Week 2 loss to the Ravens. Roethlisberger finished with 340 yards on 25 of 37 passing, and Antonio Brown had 11 catches for 144 yards and a touchdown to lead Pittsburgh. Linebacker James Harrison had two sacks for the second-straight game.
Week 8: Steelers 51, Colts 34
Ben Roethlisberger set franchise marks with 522 passing yards and six touchdowns as the Steelers held off a second-half rally by the Colts. Antonio Brown had 10 catches for 133 yards and two touchdowns, and Heath Miller added seven catches for 112 yards and a touchdown. William Gay returned an interception 33 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter.
Week 7: Steelers 30, Texans 23
Pittsburgh rebounded from a loss to the Browns in Week 6 by scoring 24-straight points in the second quarter to beat the Texans. Ben Roethlisberger completed 23 of 33 passes for 265 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Steelers. Pittsburgh forced three turnovers to win despite being outgained 393-328.