The New Orleans Saints are coming into 2019 angry. After, in their opinion, getting a spot in the Super Bowl stolen away from them due to an officiating error, they’re out to punish the rest of the league.

Drew Brees’ window is closing, and they need to make another Super Bowl run while they still can. With the NFL releasing its full schedule Wednesday night, here’s a look at some of New Orleans’ schedule.

In Week 2, the Saints will get the moment they’ve been waiting for all offseason when they visit the Los Angeles Rams. The Saints, of course, appeared on the verge of winning the NFC Championship Game against the Rams when a crucial non-call let the Rams back into the game. The Saints have been stewing ever since, and will surely be out for revenge. This will be one of the most anticipated matchups of the season, and it should be a great one.

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The Saints will host the Indianapolis Colts in Week 15. The Colts had a breakout season last year under Frank Reich, so this will be a tough game. It’ll be only the second time that Brees has faced Andrew Luck in his career. Given Brees’ age and the fact that these teams only play once every four years, this is likely the last time we’ll ever see this matchup. It’ll also feature two of the league’s most innovative offensive minds in Reich and Sean Payton.

The Saints will have a different shot at revenge when they host the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4. Dallas embarrassed the Saints on Thursday Night Football last year, holding them scoreless in the first half and to just 10 points overall. Brees had possibly his worst game of the season and was under pressure all night. In front of their home crowd, they’ll look to return the favor on the Cowboys.

In Week 7, the Saints will face one of their toughest tests of the season when they make the trip to Soldier Field to take on the Chicago Bears. The Saints have often struggled on the road in recent years, and Chicago is a very tough environment to play in. The Bears will have a rowdy home crowd, and there’s always the chance for bad weather conditions. If Khalil Mack and the Bears can get pressure on Brees, this will be a tough one for New Orleans.