Watch New Orleans Saints vs NY Jets Online

The New Orleans Saints have whipped their defense into shape to join an already potent and seasoned offense, both of which spell trouble for a New York Jets squad who got embarrassed and blown out last week on their schedule. Either the Saints will build upon their success or the NY Jets misery will continue in week 9 as we watch New Orleans Saints vs New York Jets game Online free live streaming Sunday NFL Football on Fox by following the links found below.

It takes a balanced team on offense and defense to win the Super Bowl and that’s exactly what a well-rounded Saints squad has resembled through seven games in 2013. With a 6-1 record, the Saints defense has gone from one of the worst in the league last year to one of the best, complimenting an already proven offense run by Drew Brees, who is having another spectacular year in his continued march toward a spot in the Hall of Fame.

Last season the Saints defense set an NFL record by allowing opponents to rack up 7,042 yards of offense on them in 16 games. This year is a different story with Rob Ryan running the show. As the new defensive coordinator, he’s taken basically the same players and turned the tables to the tune of giving up 17.1 points per game, among the top marks in the league. They lead the NFC with 3.4 sacks per game under the new 3-4 defensive scheme, and boast a plus-eight margin for turnovers.

As for the Saints offense, they’re doing exactly what they’re built to do: move the ball and put points on the board. Brees is on a roll with 19 touchdown passes already and a 109.2 passer rating, tops in the NFC. He’s also second in yards thrown at 2,290. When we watch Saints vs Jets game online streaming live today, Brees will be looking to perform better against a Jets squad that he’s a mediocre 2-2 against lifetime with more interceptions (five) versus touchdown passes (three).

The Jets are coming off a 49-9 loss to the Bengals in which absolutely nothing went right for their team. Reportedly coach Rex Ryan skipped reviewing the game, opting instead to push it as far out of his team’s minds while they focused on the task at hand: beating a 6-1 Saints squad that no one in their right minds would pick against.

Despite the blowout loss, the Jets are still 4-4 and by no means out of the playoffs picture. If they’re to get on any kind of a winning streak that has been evasive in 2013 as they have alternated wins and losses, rookie quarterback Geno Smith is going to have to find consistency in his game. When Smith plays well the Jets win. When he doesn’t, they don’t. The numbers don’t lie as he has a 93.7 quarterback rating and seven touchdown passes in the wins, while only a 51.7 rating and one touchdown versus nine interceptions in the losses.

On the injury front, the Saints will have the services of linebacker Jonathan Vilma for the first time this season. Vilma is coming back from a knee injury and has been cleared to play after two weeks of successful practices. As well as the Saints defense has been playing, it could potentially get better with Vilma in the lineup.

Today’s NFL Sunday Football week 9 game between the New Orleans Saints and New York Jets will start at 1pm EST / 10am PST with the opening kick-off. The football game will be on TV on Fox, so check those TV listings in your local area to find out what channel the game is on. Don’t forget about daylight savings, either.

Fox does not offer free online live streaming for this early Sunday football game, but you can watch Saints vs Jets game online live stream on Fox as a DirecTV with the added Max subscription here on mobile devices includes phones, laptops, iPads and more. Even if Geno Smith has a solid game, there’s no way the Jets can possibly win this game with as well as the Saints are playing right now. I love a good upset but it won’t be found watching football in New York on Sunday.

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