The New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins will play one of the most anticipated games of the year on Sunday.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees will throw for at least 300 yards and a touchdown, and Miami linebacker Dion Jordan will rush for atleast 40 yards.

The matchup is set to kick off at 6 p.m.

ET (7 p..m., ET) on NFL Network.

The game is expected to be televised by NFL Network, as is the rest of the 2017 season, but the league has not announced the game schedule.

Here’s what you need to know about the Saints-Cleveland Browns game, which will air live on NBC.1.

Who’s playing?

The Cleveland Browns will be without quarterback Johnny Manziel (ankle) and wide receiver Josh Gordon (ankles) for Sunday’s game.

The Dolphins will be out with tight end Cameron Wake (shoulder) and running back Damien Williams (hamstring).

The Saints will be led by first-year coach Sean Payton and first-round draft pick Kenny Vaccaro.

The Saints have a bye week before their matchup with the Browns.2.

Can the Saints keep it close?

The Saints are coming off an ugly loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

New Orleans has lost seven straight games and hasn’t won since a Week 13 victory over the Carolina Panthers.

The Browns haven’t beaten the Saints since beating them in 2013.

The Colts were 4-7 before this season.3.

Will it be easy?

After losing their first two games, the Saints have won five of their past six games.

The last time they lost six straight was against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2013, a loss that forced them to drop three straight.

This is the first game in franchise history in which the Saints haven’t lost by a touchdown or less in the first five quarters.

New England is 0-7 when trailing by at least 14 points at home this season, and Cleveland is 1-3.4.

Can Dion Jordan hold up against Miami’s defense?

Jordan’s a key part of the Dolphins defense.

He is averaging 4.1 sacks and has been sacked only nine times this season (17.5 percent).

His biggest impact is his ability to make plays with his hands.

Jordan was asked to make his presence felt early in the season when the Saints went 2-5.

He helped create big plays on third down, especially when he was able to get to quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who struggled with a lot of drops.

He was a force for the Saints on third downs.

The biggest play he made Sunday was a play on third-and-9 that gave him a first down, as Bridgewater scrambled and caught the ball at the 25-yard line.

The play set up a big third-down play for the Dolphins.

Jordan is the reason the Saints are starting to score points in games.

He’s playing with a heavy heart and it shows in his performance.5.

Can Miami win?

The Dolphins have won two straight and are 10-3 at home.

They have been without wide receiver DeVante Parker (back) for three games and linebacker Jelani Jenkins (foot) for two games.

They also have a loss in their last three games.

This will be the second time Miami has lost at home in the last seven weeks.

The first time they were shutout was Oct. 7.

Miami has won the last three meetings with New Orleans.

The teams have won by an average of 23 points per game.

They are 0-6 when outscored 40-0 in the fourth quarter or overtime.