NFL London live stream: How to watch New Orleans Saints vs Miami Dolphins at Wembley This is the second NFL Wembley game of the season, with last week’s match between Baltimore and Jacksonville causing controversy both sides of the Atlantic. A number of players and staff on both teams knelt during the national anthem in protest to prejudice against minorities in the USA. It is not known if players and staff from the Dolphins and Buccaneers will do the same today. Miami Dolphins sit third in the AFC East after their 20-6 defeat to the Jets last weekend. Yet they have played one game fewer than the rest of the league after their season opener against the Buccaneers was cancelled. New Orleans Saints, meanwhile, are bottom of the NFC South (1-2) but got their season up and running last week with a 34-13 victory over the Panthers. Drew Brees threw three touchdowns last weekend and confirmed he will kneel at the playing of the anthem at Wembley. “As a way to show respect to all, our #Saints team will kneel in solidarity prior to the national anthem & stand together during the anthem,” he wrote. So here’s how to make sure you don’t miss out on the action and watch it live on TV and online. NFL London TV channel: How to watch New Orleans Saints vs Miami Dolphins on TV Sky Sports are the TV rights holders for the majority of NFL games in the UK, but the BBC will broadcast this match. Saints vs Dolphins is live on BBC 2 in the UK. The programme starts at 1.45pm BST, with kick off scheduled for 2.30pm. UK viewers can watch the game on TV channel 2 or through Sky 102. NFL London live stream: How to watch New Orleans Saints vs Miami Dolphins online You can stream the NFL match online on the BBC iPlayer. iPlayer requests viewers to confirm they are a TV licence subscriber and may ask you to log in to your BBC account.