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Eagles-Saints flexed in Week 11

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The New Orleans Saints pulled off the biggest win of the season on Sunday. They defeated the previously undefeated Los Angeles Rams, who came into the game with an 8-0 mark.

The Saints host the reigning Super Bowl champions, the Philadelphia Eagles, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on Sunday, Nov. 18. Instead of the game starting at 1 pm EST, the game has now been flexed.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees dives with the ball to convert a fourth down against the Baltimore Ravens

Drew Brees dives with the ball to convert a fourth down against the Baltimore Ravens (Getty Images)

It will now start at 4:25 pm EST. FOX received big viewership for the Saints win over the Rams on Sunday’s late afternoon showing.

According to The Advocate, the game received a 15.2 overnight rating on 96% of the FOX National markets.

With the win over the Rams, the Saints have won seven straight games after a season-opening loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The team will look to win its eighth straight game on Sunday when they travel to Cincinnati, Ohio against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Philadelphia Eagles have back-to-back primetime games. First, they host the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, November 11th at Lincoln Financial Field in South Philadelphia.

The Eagles — who presently stand at 4-4 after a bye week — will attempt to bring a 5-4 record into their meeting with the Saints. When the Eagles and Saints play in Week 11, they will be the lone 4:25 pm EST time start.

The Oakland Raiders (1-7) and the Arizona Cardinals (2-6) are slated to start at 4:05 pm EST. The Denver Broncos (3-6) are slated to play the Los Angeles Chargers (6-2), also at 4:05 pm EST.

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