NY Giants vs. Saints Time, Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Everything you need to know

Will the G-Men be able to make it four wins in a row?

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If the NY Giants are serious about keeping the good vibes going and making the playoffs, Sunday against the New Orleans Saints is a must-win game. Fortunately for head man Brian Daboll, his team is playing its best football of the year and the confidence is through the roof.

This weekend, though, the Saints are hoping to ruin the party and bring the Giants back down to earth a little bit. New Orleans is favored for this one, but the Giants have been underdogs in each contest during their three-game winning streak. Will they be able to make it four wins in a row? In this piece, we've got you covered with everything you need to know for the Week 15 matchup:

What time is the NY Giants vs. Saints game? 

Sunday will be an early kickoff for the Giants, as kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET. This game will be played at the Superdome, so there's no need to worry about weather at all.

How to watch the NY Giants vs. Saints

You can catch the action via your local FOX affiliate. Streams of the contest will be available via the FOX Sports app, YouTube+, YouTube Premium, fubo.TV and more. 

How to listen to the Giants vs. Saints game in Week 15

TV of course isn't the only way for you to follow the action from start to finish, as you can also stay caught up via the radio. Options include WFAN in New York on 660AM and 101.9 FM.

NY Giants vs. Saints betting odds

As we mentioned above, the Giants are underdogs against New Orleans - Vegas has given the Saints -270 moneyline odds, with New York set at +215. The Saints are also six-point favorites. It won't be easy, but the Giants have proven over the past month they can pull off a stunning W.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

Latest NY Giants injury updates vs. the Saints

Finally, some good news has come in for Daboll in terms of injuries. Dexter Lawrence was able to return against the Packers and he's good to go once again this weekend. A new addition for Coach Dabes, though, will be tight end Darren Waller.

Waller was just activated off Injured Reserve on Thursday and he looks ready to get back on the field vs. the Saints. Waller has been dealing with a bum hamstring, an injury that has haunted him in recent years. However, he's now close to 100 percent and ready to make some noise.