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Saints vs. Bears odds, picks, line, how to watch, live stream: Model reveals 2023 Week 9 NFL predictionsTV channel, NFL best bets, streaming info, picks for New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears in Week 9 By Nov 5, 2023 at 11:32 am ET • 2 min read USATSI The New Orleans Saints will host the Chicago Bears in a Week 9 NFC clash on Sunday on CBS and Paramount+. The Bears are looking to get back on track after a 30-13 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 8, but it will be difficult with starting QB Justin Fields still sidelined with a thumb injury. Meanwhile, the Saints are looking to stay hot after a 38-27 win against the Indianapolis Colts in their last outing. You can stream the game in select markets on Paramount+, which you can now try free for the first seven days when you sign up here. Kickoff from Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans is 1 p. How to Stream the Bears vs. Saints Game Live - Week 9 7 hours ago — Get live streaming ... The model enters Week 9 of the 2023 NFL season on an incredible 174-123 run on top-rated NFL picks that dates back to the 2017 season. It is also on a 28-15 roll on top-rated NFL picks since Week 7 of last season. For Saints vs. Bears, the model is picking New Orleans to cover the spread. The Saints' offense is clicking with Derek Carr and Alvin Kamara leading the way, and they will be going up against a Bears defense that is giving up 27. 3 points per game. Chicago added defensive end Montez Sweat to its d-corps this week, but it's unclear how much of an immediate impact he will have. Meanwhile, New Orleans defense will be going up against rookie QB Tyson Bagent, who totaled 232 passing yards in Week 8, but also threw two INTS. The cards are stacked against the Bears on the road, which is a big reason why the model is high on the Saints to cover at home. “The minute we brought it up to the NFL, they thought it was really a good idea because they are trying to reach a younger and more diverse demographic, ” McManus said. “This was a great way of adding to the presentation without in any way shape or form harming the CBS broadcast. ”A trial run took place during the Dec. 6 Philadelphia Eagles-Green Bay Packers game to test graphics, animation and filters. Shawn Robbins, who will be the game’s coordinating producer, said Nickelodeon animators were able add their touches to certain plays and get them ready to go in less than 5 minutes. “We had a live feed coming out of the Green Bay rehearsal and I was really blown away. It was so entertaining, fun and innovative, ” McManus said. “We’re going to be able to respect the integrity of the game, but all the animations and the fun stuff is really going to make it look and feel very, very different than a CBS broadcast, which it should. I think it’s really going to be fun. ”Noah Eagle, the radio voice of the Los Angeles Clippers and son of longtime CBS play-by-play announcer Ian Eagle, will call the game along with “NFL Today” analyst Nate Burleson and Nickelodeon’s Gabrielle Nevaeh Green. Lex Lumpkin, who stars with Green on “All That, ” will be a field reporter. Nickelodeon will air “The SpongeBob SportsPants Countdown Special” before the game. If you don’t have cable, you can sign up for fuboTV or CBS All-Access (or use their free trial) to watch online. More coverage via the Associated PressGet ready for SpongeBob SquarePants running out of the tunnel, players being covered with digital slime after touchdowns and commentary from the cast of “All That” when Nickelodeon airs an NFL playoff game. CBS Sports and Nickelodeon revealed their plans on Tuesday for the kid-focused channel’s broadcast of a wild-card game on Sunday, Jan. 10. The Nickelodeon feed will be tailored for younger audiences with the usual broadcast airing on CBS and online at CBS All Access. CBS and NBC got the rights to the two new wild-card games after owners voted earlier this year to expand the field from six to seven teams in each conference. There will be six games on wild-card weekend. The Jan. 9 and 10 games are scheduled to kick off at 1 p. m., 4:40 p. and 8:15 p. EST, and the middle Sunday game will get the Nickelodeon simulcast. CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said adding a broadcast for families with young children was part of the discussions with the NFL when negotiations began on which networks would receive the additional games. How to Stream the Saints vs. Bears Game Live - Week 9 - KALB 7 hours ago — Get live streaming ... Chicago Bears vs. New Orleans Saints: How to Watch 7 hours ago — The Bears vs. Saints game will be airing on FOX. If you don't have cable, the most cost-effective way to watch today's game is through a live TV ...


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