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[WATCH/STREAMS!] Bears vs Saints Live Free Online Broadcast 5 November 2023

The Chicago Bears, led by quarterback Tyson Bagent, meet the New Orleans Saints, led by quarterback Derek Carr, in a regular season game on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023 at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, La. Chicago Bears vs. New Orleans Saints FREE LIVE STREAM (11/5/23): Watch NFL Week 9 online | Time, TV, Channel


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Here’s what you need to know:

What: NFL, Week 9

Who: Chicago Bears vs. New Orleans Saints

When: Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023

Where: Caesars Superdome

Time: 1 p.m. ET


Derek Carr and the New Orleans Saints have a chance to turn a corner in their up-and-down season and reassert themselves as a leading contender in the NFC South.

The next test for New Orleans (4-4) comes Sunday in the Superdome against the struggling Chicago Bears (2-6), who’ll again play without injured starting quarterback Justin Fields and who also fired an offensive assistant coach this week.

The roster and staff upheaval in Chicago could bode well for the Saints, but that’s not the way Carr sees it. His focus is on a Bears defense which ranks third in the NFL against the run and might be better against the pass after acquiring defensive end Montez Sweat from Washington before this week’s NFL trade deadline.

“If you don’t bring it in this league, you’re going to get beat,” Carr said. “So, our mindset is to treat every game the same, no matter what someone’s record is or what they’re dealing with.”

The Bears rank 30th against the pass, which can be hard to stop when quarterbacks aren’t feeling pressure. Chicago’s 10 sacks rank last in the NFL — no other team has fewer than 15. Sweat has 6 1/2 sacks this season and 35 1/2 in his 4 1/2 NFL seasons.

“He’s one heck of a pass rusher,” Bears coach Matt Eberflus said, stressing that Sweat also is “a really good run player and plays with a great motor.”

Meanwhile, the Saints offense has started to take off — at least statistically — in recent weeks.

New Orleans has gained more than 400 yards in three straight games, with Carr passing for more than 300 yards each time. But the Saints lost the first two games in that stretch because of repeatedly squandered scoring chances deep in opponents’ territory.

That changed in Indianapolis last week, when the Saints offense accounted for a season-high five TDs. Now they aim to show that was more than just one good day.

“Our biggest issue right now is stringing things together,” Saints tight end Foster Moreau said. “This was a big week of practice for us to try to get on to some sort of winning streak.”

The Saints have had to shuffle their offensive line because of a combination of injuries and performance issues.

But the unit had one of its better games last week and now looks to be getting healthier. James Hurst returned to practice after he missed two full games with an ankle injury that occurred right after he’d moved from guard to left tackle.

Hurst had been asked to block the edge after 2022 first-round draft choice Trevor Penning struggled early this season, leading coaches to bench him. When Hurst went out, Adrus Peat moved from left guard to tackle and reserve Max Garcia stepped in at guard.


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