As for a live-stream presentation, Saints vs. Chargers can be seen on fuboTV. New fubo TV users can sign up with a seven-day free trial. All nationally televised NFL preseason games will be available on fuboTV.Saints vs. Chargers: What time is kickoff?Date: Sunday, Aug. 18Start time: 4 p.m. ETSaints vs. Chargers is the first of two preseason games being played on Sunday.The Seahawks and Vikings play in the nightcap game, which will be aired on Fox.Saints preseason schedule 2019DateOpponentTimeAug. 9vs. VikingsL 35-24Aug. 18at . Chargers4 p.m. ETAug. 24at Jets7:30 p.m. ETAug. 29vs. Dolphins8 p.m. ETChargers preseason schedule 2019DateOpponentTimeAug. 10at CardinalsL 17-13Aug. 18vs. Saints4 p.m. ETAug. 24vs. Seahawks10 p.m. ETAug. 29at 49ers10 p.m. ET One of the biggest things to watch from a Saints perspective will be the development of the man responsible for snapping the ball to Brees this season — center Erik McCoy. The 2019 second-round pick out of Texas A&M has the starting gig locked down, but needs to continue developing chemistry with his quarterback following Max Unger’s retirement this offseason.MORE: Watch Saints vs. Chargers live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)On a Chargers’ front, Los Angeles fans are still waiting for the debut of 2019 first-round pick Jerry Tillery. The defensive tackle from Notre Dame underwent shoulder surgery prior to the NFL Draft and participated at practice in pads for the first time this week. His presence would improve an already stout defensive line that features Joey Bosa, Melvin Ingram and Brandon Mebane.Below is all the info you need to watch Saints vs. Chargers on Sunday afternoon.What channel is Saints vs. Chargers on today?TV channel (National): CBSLive stream: fuboTVThe Saints vs. Chargers game will be the first national broadcast of the 2019 preseason for CBS. Ian Eagle will take play-by-play responsibilities with Dan Fouts serving as the color analyst. If this were a regular-season matchup, two potential Hall of Fame quarterbacks would be set to face off in an epic duel as both Drew Brees and Phillip Rivers enter the twilight of their playing careers. Ironically, it was Rivers who spent two years as Brees’ backup in San Diego before he took the reins of the Chargers offense for good in 2006 when Brees left for New Orleans. Unfortunately this is a preseason game, and if either quarterback does indeed see the field, it will likely only be for a series or two. For the third season in a row, the two teams spent the week prior to their preseason game sharing the practice field, this year at Chargers’ facilities in Costa Mesa, California.