Boston Sports TV Listings, Nov. 5: Eagles and Saints duel on Monday night

Monday's TV schedule, complete with channels and times, customized for the Boston sports fan. Click on any team's name for complete schedules, scores, and previews, plus an active community devoted to your team. All times ET.

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National Football League

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Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints - 8:30 p.m. (TV/Radio: ESPN/93.7 FM): The Saints will host the Eagles in a battle of two extremely desperate teams. New Orleans comes in 2-5 after being blown out by the Denver Broncos, needing a victory just to think about contention in the second half of the season.

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On the opposite sideline, Andy Reid is undoubtedly feeling his seat become warmer as Philadelphia has lost three straight. Michael Vick is another man to keep an eye on. If things get out of hand early because of Vick turnovers, Reid might actually pull the trigger on bringing rookie Nick Foles off the bench to replace him.

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National Basketball Association

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Minnesota Timberwolves at Brooklyn Nets - 7:30 p.m. (TV/Radio: NBATV/WFAN): Brooklyn is seeking to build off its first win when the Timberwolves come to town. The Nets took care of business last weekend against the Toronto Raptors and now can move to 2-0 in their new stadium, the Barclays Center.

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