Buccaneers vs. Saints: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Saints and Buccaneers meet Sunday at the Superdome in a matchup of 1-3 teams. Tampa Bay earned its first win of the season with a last-minute touchdown in Week 4 to beat the Steelers, while New Orleans lost a Sunday night game against the Cowboys.
In the NFC South, the Bucs and Saints are currently tied for last place, while the Falcons and Panthers are on top of the division with 2-2 records.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to Watch
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: Fox
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Week 4: Buccaneers 27, Steelers 24
Quarterback Mike Glennon made his first start of the season and completed 50 percent of his passes for 302 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Louis Murphy caught six passes for 99 yards, including a 41-yard reception late in the fourth quarter to set the Bucs up with a first-and-goal opportunity. Three plays later, Glennon connected with Vincent Jackson on a touchdown pass to give the Bucs the lead with just 12 seconds to play.
Week 3: Falcons 56, Buccaneers 14
Tampa Bay was down 56-0 entering the fourth quarter in Atlanta. Quarterback Josh McCown left the game with a hand injury, which was later diagnosed as a significantly sprained right thumb. Bobby Rainey led the Bucs with 105 all-purpose yards, but lost two fumbles -- part of Tampa Bay's five turnovers. The Falcons had four turnovers themselves, one of which was an interception that the Buccaneers' Danny Lansanah ran back for a score in the fourth quarter.
Week 2: Rams 19, Buccaneers 17
The Buccaneers lost after they missed a chance to kick a game-winning field goal in the closing seconds. Receiver Mike Evans was injured on a play in Rams territory, and because Tampa Bay did not have any timeouts remaining, the 10-second runoff was rule was invoked, ending the game. Josh McCown was 16-for-21 for 179 yards and an interception. Bobby Rainey rushed for 114 yards on 22 carries, the longest of which was a 31-yard run.
Week 1: Buccaneers 14, Panthers 20
Tampa Bay lost to a Carolina team playing without Cam Newton, who was sidelined with a fractured rib. Josh McCown threw two touchdowns but was intercepted twice, sacked three times and fumbled twice (both recovered by Tampa Bay).
New Orleans Saints:
Week 4: Cowboys 38, Saints 17
The Cowboys raced to a 24-0 halftime lead behind a pair of touchdown passes from Tony Romo to Terrance Williams. The early deficit forced New Orleans to all but abandon its running game. The Saints ran the ball 13 times and threw 44 passes. They also turned the ball over three times.
Week 3: Saints 20, Vikings 9
Drew Brees threw for 293 yards and two touchdowns while finishing the game with a passer rating of 120.3. Rookie wide receiver Brandin Cooks led the Saints in receiving with eight catches for 74 yards. Marques Colston, Josh Hill and Pierre Thomas recorded the team's touchdowns.
Week 2: Browns 26, Saints 24
The Saints outgained the Browns and had a longer time of possession, but two turnovers -- a Drew Brees interception and Khiry Robinson fumble -- opened the door for Cleveland, who went on to win the game on a field goal with three seconds remaining. Mark Ingram recorded 83 yards and a touchdown on the ground, while Jimmy Graham was Brees' top target with ten catches for 118 yards and two touchdowns.
Week 1: Falcons 37, Saints 34
Matt Bryant hit a 51-yard field goal as time expired in regulation, then kicked a 52 yard game-winner in overtime. Drew Brees threw for 333 yards and a touchdown, along with an interception. Mark Ingram rushed for 60 yards and two touchdowns, while running back Khiry Robinson and rookie wide receiver Brandin Cooks added the other two scores.