Tonight’s 2019 Monday Night Football double-header starts with the Houston Texans playing the New Orleans Saints at the instantly recognizable Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
The Saints and Texans MNF game will kickoff relatively early at 7:10 pm ET / 4:10 pm PT on ESPN. Watch the Texans vs Saints online free without cable on a phone, computer, TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, Apple TV or other device with a streaming service highlighted below.
Sling TV (Free Trial)
The free and totally legal way to watch the Saints and Texans MNF game online is by taking advantage of a Sling TV free 7-day trial. The Sling Orange bundle includes ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 in its package.
You can always cancel your free trial before 7 days is up and never pay a center. Or, if you like Sling TV then they are currently running a promotion where the first month is only $25.
Hulu with Live TV
Another way to watch the Monday Night Football season opener online without cable is to try out Hulu with Live TV. Hulu’s Live TV channel selection includes ACC Network, ESPN2, ESPN, ABC and many other sports channels for football games.
Plus, with Hulu with Live TV you’ll get 50 hours of cloud DVR storage to keep your favorite programming around for repeat viewing. That’s in addition to Hulu’s vast library of accessible content and originals.
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Cable and Satellite
Satellite and cable subscribers can head over to the Watch ESPN website or mobile app and use their provider login credentials to access the ESPN Sports live stream for tonight’s NO Saints and Texans game on any mobile device or computer.
Texans vs Saints Preview
The story for the Saints entering a new season is always the same. Or at least it has been since Drew Brees has been the starting quarterback.
We all expect the Saints to put up big offensive numbers, especially at home where tonight’s MNF game is being played. The question mark is the defense and whether they’ll be up to the challenge.
Saints fans and the team are still fuming over the horrible officiating in last year’s NFC title game against the Rams that cost New Orleans a trip to the Super Bowl. The gaffes were so bad that the NFL has instituted a new Instant Replay challenge for pass interference.
Houston begins the season with all the chatter surrounding who they lost, not who they gained. Jadeveon Clowney was recently traded to Seattle leaving J.J. Watt as the lone dominant defensive force.
Both of these teams are notorious for slow starts. New Orleans is favored by 6.5 points to win at home.