Los Angeles Rams tight end Johnny Mundt (82) is stopped by New Orleans Saints linebacker Colton Jumper (58), New Orleans Saints cornerback Kam Moore (39) and New Orleans Saints defensive back Robert Nelson Jr. (36) during the second half of a preseason game Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. The Saints won 28-0.


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The New Orleans Saints face their biggest test of the 2018 season so far Sunday, taking on the undefeated Los Angeles Rams at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. 

How will the game unfold? Here's a rundown of how to watch, predictions and key storylines.


-- Who: Los Angeles Rams (8-0) at New Orleans Saints (6-1) 

-- When: 3:25 p.m.

-- Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana


-- WVUE-TV (FOX 8) in New Orleans

-- WGMB-TV (FOX 44) in Baton Rouge

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-- Via NFL Game Pass (click here to learn more.)


-- WWL 870 AM/105.3 FM (New Orleans)

-- WDGL 98.1 FM (Baton Rouge)

-- KMDL 97.3 FM (Lafayette)

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-- Saints look to keep former teammate Brandin Cooks in check for second straight year in his return

-- Red-hot Saints one of NFL's elite -- but here's where they could still improve

-- Saints fans can relate: Facing tough stretch, Sean Payton says 'focus on one pothole at a time'

-- 'His mind is different': Why Saints anticipate seeing weekly wrinkles, game plan Sean Payton comes up with

-- How Sean Payton makes decisions on when to be aggressive on fourth down, 2-point conversions

-- Unleashed: Saints safety Vonn Bell is playing better than ever in expanded role

-- Saints rookie DE Marcus Davenport out for possibly a month with toe injury

-- Alvin Kamara says he's 'good' after missing Thursday's practice due to illness

-- Saints confident Trey Hendrickson can step up this week

-- Tommylee Lewis designated to return from injured reserve


Nick Underhill

Saints 34, Rams 28

The Saints are rolling. This is going to be the biggest test of the season, no doubt, but this New Orleans team looks hard to beat. Drew Brees will likely have to throw it more than he did a week ago, but No. 9 can still get it done.

Rod Walker

Saints 31, Rams 28

If there was ever a game to pick against the Saints, it would be this one. The Rams are loaded with a solid Player of the Year candidate on both sides of the ball. But the Saints are hot and the Dome crowd will make things difficult for the visitors from the West Coast. Saints, perhaps a late Wil Lutz field goal, find a way to win this one.

Scott Rabalais

Saints 31, Rams 27

The very definition of a game that could go either way, the Saints’ body of work earns them the nod here. The Rams are a tough out, but everyone in the NFL loses sometime. They will remember this one come playoff time when figuring out home-field advantage.

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