On Sunday, football fans will be treated to an NFL pre-season doubleheader for Week 2. In the late game, the New Orleans Saints visit the Los Angeles Chargers in a battle of two teams that suffered Week 1 losses. Both teams also feature two veteran quarterbacks in Drew Brees and Phillip Rivers. Will either see considerable time on the field today? Which team has the advantage? Here's the latest NFL pre-season game preview with the point spread, over/under points, TV time, channel, and live stream feed options.

NFL game preview

The New Orleans Saints dropped their pre-season opener to the Cleveland Browns, 20-14.

The Browns' rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer was the hero, throwing for a late touchdown team to give his team the lead. During that game, New Orleans used three quarterbacks, none of which were named Drew Brees. As ESPN reported, he probably won't see considerable time, if any, in today's game as it is more a showcase of rookies. They'll include the first-round pick Marshon Lattimore at cornerback, defensive end Trey Hendrickson, and offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk.

While pre-season games tend to rely less on starting players on the field, teams may look to test out their first string personnel. Still, several players may not participate because they simply can't yet. Among those on the injury report for the Saints, today will be cornerback Delvin Breaux who is officially ruled out.

Tight end Coby Fleener is questionable.

The Los Angeles Chargers were blown out 48-17 in their first exhibition game this pre-season. Phillip Rivers participated in the game in a limited capacity and was 5-for-6 with 56 yards and a touchdown pass. Backup Kellen Clemens finished with 100 yards and a touchdown thrown on his 4-for-10 outing.

It's unknown how much Rivers might participate in today's game, but he could see the field again briefly. Running back Melvin Gordon also played a bit in last week's loss so fans may see him along with other key starters, but again for just a bit. Chargers running back Kenjon Barner and wide receiver Isaiah Burse are among those listed as questionable for today's offensive players.

The Chargers are listed as four-point favorites on the latest point spread. Los Angeles is also a -190 moneyline favorite, with the visiting Saints listed as +160 underdogs. Today's NFL game has an over/under points total of 44 points, as of this report.

Live viewing options

Tonight's New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Chargers game has a scheduled start time of 8 p.m. Eastern Time. NFL Network is showing this game as part of their Sunday doubleheader, following the Falcons vs. Steelers coverage. Viewers with NFL Network as part of their cable or satellite TV can also head to the NFLOnline.NFL.com website for live streaming.

An additional live streaming option is to sign up for a free SlingTV one-week trial. Customers who are new will need to choose the Sling Blue channel package which includes NFL Network as one of the channels. More details are available for how to sign up at the Sling.com website.