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Redskins 2017 NFL Schedule Week 11 vs. Saints: Date, Time, TV Channel, Live Stream, How to Watch and Betting Odds


Redskins 2017 NFL Schedule Week 11 vs. Saints: Date, Time, TV Channel, Live Stream, How to Watch and Betting Odds

The Redskins were hoping to come off their Week 9 win over the Seattle Seahawks with a little momentum to carry them to victory against the Minnesota Vikings. 

But they've been through this routine before, and instead of capitalizing on their past success, they lost, 38-30, at home to the Vikings. To make matters worse, Washington came away with some serious injuries — including starting running back Rob Kelley, who suffered both a sprained ankle and an MCL sprain

But regardless of how banged up their roster is, the Redskins are looking to rebound in Week 11, but it won't be easy as they take on the New Orleans Saints on the road at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. 

The good news for Washington is that quarterback Kirk Cousins is fourth in the league with 275 average yards per game — three spots ahead of Saints quarterback Drew Brees. But the bad news is Brees owns the best completion percentage in the league at 71.7 percent, while Cousins is sixth at 66. 5 percent. More bad news is New Orleans running back Mark Ingram is one of the best in the league as well, so Jay Gruden's defense will have to step up to stop the passing and ground game.

But before the Week 11 Redskins-Saints matchup, here's a preview of everything you need to know, including game time, TV channel and live-stream info.

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Redskins vs. Saints, Week 11 of the 2017 NFL season

Who: Washington Redskins at New Orleans Saints

Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans

What: Week 11 of the 2017 NFL season

When: Sunday, November 19, 1 p.m. ET

TV Channel: FOX

Live Stream: FuboTV. Online with no cableTV: fuboTV (Try for free)

Radio: Redskins Radio Network

Betting Odds: According to, the Washington Redskins are 7.5-point underdogs against the New Orleans Saints.

Washington Redskins 2017 Regular Season Schedule:

Week 1 (Sun. 9/10): 30-17 loss vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Week 2 (Sun. 9/17): 27-20 win at Los Angeles Rams

Week 3 (Sun. 9/24): 27-10 win vs. Oakland Raiders

Week 4 (Mon. 10/2): 29-20 loss at Kansas City Chiefs

Week 5 (Sun. 10/8): BYE WEEK

Week 6 (Sun. 10/15): 26-24 win vs. San Francisco 49ers

Week 7 (Mon. 10/23): 34-24 loss at Philadelphia Eagles

Week 8 (Sun. 10/29): 33-19 loss vs. Dallas Cowboys

Week 9 (Sun. 11/5): 17-14 win at Seattle Seahawks

Week 10 (Sun. 11/12): 38-30 loss vs. Minnesota Vikings

Week 11 (Sun. 11/29): at New Orleans Saints, 1:00 p.m.

Week 12 (Thurs. 11/23): vs. New York Giants, 8:30 p.m.

Week 13 (Thurs. 11/30): at Dallas Cowboys, 8:25 p.m. 

Week 14 (Sun. 12/10): at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. 

Week 15 (Sun. 12/17): vs. Arizona Cardinals, 1:00 p.m. 

Week 16 (Sun. 12/24): vs. Denver Broncos, 1:00 p.m.

Week 17 (Sun. 12/31): at New York Giants, 1:00 p.m. 

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Two other Redskins RBs intend to learn whatever they can from Adrian Peterson


Two other Redskins RBs intend to learn whatever they can from Adrian Peterson

A few weeks ago, running backs coach Randy Jordan floated a hypothetical out to his unit: If you could start a franchise with any guy, who would you pick?

Rob Kelley's answer was Adrian Peterson. And as fate would have it, Peterson is now a part of Kelley's franchise, a fact that has the third-year back floored. 

"I was kind of amazed," Kelley said on Tuesday, which was Peterson's first day as a 'Skin. "I have a opportunity to play with Adrian Peterson, it feels surreal."

Kapri Bibbs' reaction was much of the same.

"It's amazing having him in the building," he told reporters. "I couldn't hope for anything better."

Samaje Perine wasn't in a position to speak to the media by the time the locker room was closed, but at least in the eyes of Kelley and Bibbs, Peterson's arrival is something to embrace. It's not too often you get to go through drills and meetings with a guy who's going to have a bust in Canton sometime soon.

"I don't think there really is a cap to that," Bibbs answered when asked what he's hoping to pick up from Washington's new No. 26. "There's not too much you can learn from him."

"I got him here, what can I learn from him?" Kelley said in reponse to a similar question. "What can I gain from this situation? How can I make myself a better player by watching him?"

Bibbs revealed that Peterson is already "spilling information" to him, which lines up with Peterson saying at the podium in Ashburn he wants to come in and be a positive influence on the rest of the group.

However, Peterson also said in his presser that he "without a doubt" wants to be the starter, and if that does eventually happen, it'll come at the expense of someone else's spot on the roster or someone else's reps in a game, whether that be a Kelley, a Bibbs or a Perine.

That's not something that bothers two of the options already in the Burgundy and Gold's backfield, though.

"I'm always gonna come in every single day, regardless," Bibbs said when Peterson's resume and talents were brought up as something that could pressure him.

Kelley isn't stressed, either.

"Right now, I'm just putting my head down and working and trying to get better."


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Does Adrian Peterson want to start for the Redskins? 'Without a doubt'

Does Adrian Peterson want to start for the Redskins? 'Without a doubt'

Adrian Peterson wants to be a good teammate, but he also made clear that he came to the Redskins to compete for the starting running back job. 

"Without a doubt," Peterson said when asked if he wanted to start. "And I would be cheating myself if that wasn't my approach."

The legendary running back is right, of course. 

Elite athletes always want to be at the top, and that drive is what gets them there. Peterson has run for nearly 12,000 yards in his NFL career, and that doesn't happen by accident.

Coming to Washington presents a different challenge for Peterson. 

Unsigned until August 20th, Peterson ran for a career low 3.4 yards-per-carry last season in split time between the Saints and Cardinals. It's no sure thing he even makes the roster, let alone starts for the Redskins on September 9 when the season begins. 

Peterson, however, is confident he has more left in his legs. 

"I continue to work because at the end of the day I control my output. So that’s why I continue to work hard. I knew an opportunity would present itself. And at the end of the day, God’s willing, stay healthy, the guys up front stay healthy as well, I know that I’ll be able to contribute in a big way in the run game."



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