Two NFL teams with playoff aspirations meet in Sunday Night Football Week 4: It’s the New Orleans Saints (2-1) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-1-1) in Pittsburgh.

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The favored Buccaneers have won nine straight games on Sunday night and they are at home, hoping to get into the winning record column. The Buccaneers are ranked No. 14 in the AP Pro32 power rankings this week, but the Saints are ranked No. 9. They’ve lost three consecutive games to the Buccaneers, however.

Get Saints vs. Buccaneers live score updates and stats during the game here via a gamecast.

Saints vs. Buccaneers 2018

Time tonight: 8:20 p.m. ET

TV channel: NBC

Odds: Opening line Buccaneers -3

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Preview (from the Associated Press):

Ben Roethlisberger and Terrell Suggs have spent well over a decade staring across the line of scrimmage, the longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and the relentless New Orleans Saints linebacker both knowing they will meet multiple times, often in violent fashion.

Their collisions — much like the rivalry between their two teams — have been memorable. So has the back and forth between the two.

And while the NFL appears to be in the midst of an identity crisis of sorts as it tries to legislate some of the brutality out of the game — particularly when it comes to how defenders can (and can’t) hit quarterbacks — Roethlisberger doesn’t expect much to change on Sunday night when the Buccaneers (1-1-1) host the Saints (2-1).

It will be physical. It will be tight. And at no time will Suggs or any of his teammates yell “I’m sorry” at Roethlisberger before hitting him as the microphones caught Tampa Bay’s Gerald McCoy doing during Pittsburgh’s victory last Monday night.



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