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Free Agents Saints Should Pursue After 2021 NFL Draft

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By Joe Tansey | Bleacher Report

The New Orleans Saints have an abundance of quarterbacks on their roster to replace Drew Brees, but questions remain if they have ample wide receivers for the new starter to target.

New Orleans has a plethora of young wide receivers sitting beneath Michael Thomas on the depth chart, but none of them are as proven as Emmanuel Sanders, who left for the Buffalo Bills in free agency.

Sean Payton’s side did not draft a wide receiver in the 2021 NFL draft until the seventh round. That leaves open the possibility for the Saints to go after an experienced wideout in free agency.

Even though the team addressed its defensive needs with its first three draft picks, it could afford to dip into the defensive market if the right fit emerges.

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New Orleans Saints 2021 schedule: Dates, times, TV, key games, toughest matchup, season prediction

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By Jared Dubin | CBS Sports

Ladies and gentlemen, the 2021 NFL schedule is officially here. With the draft in the books and most rosters all but locked and loaded for the fall, we can finally turn our eyes toward the season.

The NFC South promises plenty of intrigue this year, what with the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers being in the division and all. But they're not the only team rife with intrigue. The Carolina Panthers are beginning the Sam Darnold era. The Atlanta Falcons are moving forward under a new coach and general manager, with star tight end and No. 4 overall pick Kyle Pitts now in tow. And the New Orleans Saints are moving on from legendary quarterback Drew Brees.

Speaking of the Saints, here's a full rundown of their 17-game schedule, including key matchups and a season prediction:

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2021 NFL schedule: 10 teams get five primetime games each

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Ten teams each received five primetime games.

The Packers, Saints, Cowboys, Seahawks, Steelers, Ravens, Rams, 49ers, Chiefs and Bucs are scheduled for five night games each.

The Saints and Cowboys also have Thanksgiving Day games, and the Packers a Christmas Day game.

The Bears, Vikings, Raiders, Colts and Bills each are scheduled for four primetime games.

The Giants, Patriots, Chargers, Titans, Browns, Cardinals and the Washington Football Team got three primetime games.

The Eagles and Dolphins both received two primetime games.

The Jets, Lions, Jaguars, Bengals, Texans, Panthers...
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Saints schedule announced, here's a printer friendly version

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The Saints announced their new 17-game regular season schedule on Wednesday.

New Orleans has five prime-time games set again this season in which it'll play the Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins.

They'll open the regular season on September 12 at home against the Green Bay Packers.

Here is a printable Saints schedule.
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Browns at Steelers closes out ESPN’s Monday Night Football 2021 schedule

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The NFL announced its 2021 schedule on Wednesday night.

The includes 17 games on ESPN’s Monday Night Football. It does not feature a doubleheader on the first Monday night of the season.

ESPN also will air a Week 18 Saturday doubleheader. Those games, which will kickoff at 4:15 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. ET, also will air on ABC with the matchups determined closer to Week 18 to ensure playoff implications.

All ESPN Monday Night Football games kickoff at 8:15 p.m. ET.

Here’s the full Monday Night Football schedule.

Week 1: Ravens at Raiders

Week 2: Lions at Packers

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2021 Thursday Night Football Schedule: Rams, Seahawks set for early matchup

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The Buccaneers and Cowboys will begin the 2021 the season on Thursday, Sept. 9.

But Thursday Night Football will technically begin the next week with a divisional contest between the Giants and Washington on NFL Network.

After Carolina visits Houston in Week Three, the Week Four matchup will feature the league’s last two No. 1 overall picks with the Jaguars and Bengals. Trevor Lawrence, Urban Meyer, and possibly Tim Tebow will travel to face Joe Burrow in Cincinnati.

In Week 5, TNF will transition to FOX for a game between the Rams and Seahawks. That will be the teams’ second Week Five...
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Breaking down Saints' 2021 schedule: 5 primetime games, 2 holidays and young opposing QBs

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The New Orleans Saints' opponents for the upcoming 2021 season have been known for quite some time, but the order was finally determined Wednesday.

Even without future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees in the fold, the Saints kick off the post-Brees era with five prime-time games — two short of the new limit of seven — including two Monday night games, two Thursday night games and one Sunday night game.

Additionally, in a schedule that features both the AFC East and NFC East, the Saints avoided the potential for a flurry of cold-weather games, only playing the Philadelphia Eagles and...
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Saints schedule filled with fun possibilities

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The NFL released its entire 2021 schedule Wednesday night.

We know the New Orleans Saints’ opponents as well as the sites, dates and kickoff times for each game.

The only thing we don’t know is the outcomes.

So let’s take a shot at filling in the blanks – and maybe have a little fun doing so:

Week 1

September 12 vs. Green Bay Packers: 3:25 p.m.

“I’ll take ‘Notable First Starts by NFL Quarterbacks’ for 100, Aaron.”

Jordan Love makes his first NFL start as the replacement for new Jeopardy! host Aaron Rodgers and turns the ball over three times. That helps Jameis Winston have a...
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WATCH: Cameron Jordan, Saints social media team get creative for 2021 schedule rollout

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Don’t let anyone tell you another team has a better social media squad than the New Orleans Saints. Everyone has been working overtime to find a way to stand out, but the Saints may have taken the cake in unveiling their 2021 schedule for the regular season.

Between Cameron Jordan chewing up the scenery while acting the part of an ace code-breaking detective and the many 28-3 references taken at the Atlanta Falcons’ expense, it’s well worth taking two minutes of your time to see how the Saints introduce every opponent lined up for them to knock down.
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Saints 2021 Schedule Impressions and Thoughts

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The Saints schedule that was floating out there and leaked from earlier was legitimate, and we've had some time to put together some early thoughts on it after the official release.

Sunday night games between Weeks 5-17 are subject to change, and it's important to remember that the NFL's Flex Scheduling can play a major part in the season for ratings. Starting in Week 12, Monday Night Football can start flexing, but will require a 12-day notice. Here are some thoughts on the Saints' schedule for this season.

Early Bye Week

Facing an 18-game season, the Saints characteristically find...
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New Orleans Saints' 2021 schedule: Daunting challenge on Halloween week

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The New Orleans Saints' 2021 schedule was released along with the rest of the NFL slate on Wednesday.

The 2021 NFL season will kick off on Thursday, Sept. 9 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys (8:20 p.m. ET). ESPN’s Monday Night Football opener on Sept. 13 will feature the Las Vegas Raiders hosting the Baltimore Ravens (8:15 p.m. ET).

The NFL will change its schedule for the first time in 44 years, expanding to 17 regular-season games. The final regular-season games will be played January 9, 2022. The playoffs begin January 15, 2022 and continue through Super Bowl...
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2021 NFL Sunday Night Football schedule: Chiefs set for three appearances

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The Chiefs fell short in Super Bowl LV, but they’re still in demand when it comes to Sunday Night Football appearances.

The NFL released the schedule for the 2021 season on Wednesday night and Kansas City is set for three appearances on NBC this season. They’ll face the Ravens in Baltimore in Week 2, host the Bills in a rerun of the AFC title game in Week 5, and make what should be their first appearance in front of fans in Las Vegas in Week 10.

It’s not a given that the Chiefs will make all of those appearances. Games can be flexed into the Sunday night spot starting in Week 5, but...
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Saints to open 2021 against Packers, play on Thanksgiving vs. Bills; see schedule, TV info

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The first NFL schedule featuring 17 games is officially here, and the New Orleans Saints now have an idea of what the road without Drew Brees looks like.

The Saints have five prime-time games against the Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Miami Dolphins.

New Orleans also has seven games against playoff teams from 2020, including the reigning Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They play the Bucs twice, the Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Washington Football Team, Tennessee Titans and the Buffalo Bills.

The Saints play the AFC East...
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Want Saints 2021 schedule as your phone wallpaper? Click here for image, how-to info

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Is your phone's dusty old wallpaper in need of a renovation? We created a graphic version of the New Orleans Saints' 2021 season schedule that could help with that.

New Orleans' 17-game slate for the 2021 season officially begins on Sept. 12, chock full of prime matchups beginning with the Green Bay Packers in Week 1 to begin on Sept. 13 and chock full of big-time showdowns you won't want to miss. That begins in Week 1 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their new quarterback Tom Brady roll into the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for the first time.

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Saints 2021 schedule picks: See predictions for all 17 games; will it be a bumpy ride?

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The New Orleans Saints have averaged 12 wins per season over the past four seasons, winning the NFC South title in each of those years. Can they repeat that success this season, despite no longer having Drew Brees on the roster?

That remains to be seen. It helps though that the schedule includes games against the NFC East (football's worst division last season) and the AFC East. And the front of the schedule, minus the season opener, is friendly enough that the team could get some early momentum while breaking in a new starting quarterback.

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2021 New Orleans Saints schedule

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The New Orleans Saints announced their full list of dates and times for kickoffs with each opponent during the 2021 NFL regular season. In addition to their regular NFC South two-game series with the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Saints will face conference rivals like the Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, and Philadelphia Eagles, as well as the Washington Football Team — to say nothing of their five out-of-conference matchups with AFC teams. Dates and times for every game on their schedule are listed below, though...
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