The Saints will return to Tampa Bay riding a three game winning streak in Raymond James Stadium when they face the Buccaneers for the second time this season (7:25 p.m. CST). New Orleans' second Sunday Night Football appearance of the season will be the first time the Saints have played the Buccaneers in prime time since a 23-20 victory in the Superdome on December 1, 2002 and the first time the Saints have played a prime time game at Tampa Bay.
Saints at Buccaneers Tickets and History for November 8, 2020
History: New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Orleans holds a 35-21 all-time record against Tampa Bay, the club's best winning percentage (.625) versus an NFL opponent that they have played more than 11 times. New Orleans is 19-12 all-time at home against Tampa Bay. New Orleans is 16-9 all-time in contests played at Tampa. The series will feature two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks in Drew Brees and Buccaneers signal-caller Tom Brady, who signed with the team in the offseason. The two quarterbacks are the top-two all-time leaders in completions (Brees-6,867, Brady-6,377), passing yards (Brees-77,416, Brady-74,571) and touchdown passes (Brees-547, Brady-541).