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NFL schedule Week 15: What games are on today? TV channels, times for Saturday tripleheader


The NFL is taking on Saturday in Week 15.

With the school football regular season over, the NFL put aside three Saturday timeslots for Week 15 before the season and flexed three games earlier within the month. 

Though the league has played Saturday games at this stage of the season previously, a tripleheader is a latest addition. The NFL scheduled two Saturday games for Week 15 last yr, but one (Raiders vs. Browns) was postponed as a consequence of a COVID-19 outbreak. The Patriots and Colts faced off within the prime-time slot.

All three games will feature no less than one team currently within the playoff picture, so the outcomes could have a serious impact on the remaining of the league.

MORE: Watch the NFL’s Week 15 Saturday games on fuboTV (U.S.-only free trial)

Here’s what it is advisable find out about Saturday’s NFL schedule, including kickoff times and TV channels.

What NFL games are on today?

Saturday, Dec. 17

GameTime (ET)Channel
Colts vs. Vikings1 p.m.NFL Network, fuboTV
Ravens vs. Browns4:30 p.m.NFL Network, fuboTV
Dolphins vs. Bills8:15 p.m.NFL Network, fuboTV

What channel are the NFL games on Saturday?

Saturday’s slate of games is an NFL Network tripleheader, so local networks comparable to CBS or Fox won’t be involved. Cord-cutters can even stream the games on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

Colts vs. Vikings

Ravens vs. Browns

Dolphins vs. Bills

The Vikings can clinch the NFC North with a win over the flailing Colts. Minnesota had a probability to clinch the division with a win over the Lions in Week 15 but stays in great position to land a top-three seed within the NFC even after the loss to Detroit. 

The Ravens are poised to enter Cleveland as underdogs with Lamar Jackson unlikely to play and Tyler Huntley coping with a concussion. That would leave former undrafted free agent Anthony Brown under center as Baltimore clings to a narrow lead over the Bengals within the AFC North.

The Browns are 1-1 with Deshaun Watson under center, however the highly paid quarterback hasn’t looked the part since coming back from his 11-game suspension.

A chief-time matchup between the Dolphins and Bills is the highlight of the slate. While Miami’s loss to the Chargers means the AFC East lead won’t change hands on this game, the Dolphins have already got a win over Buffalo this season and at the moment are in a fight for a playoff berth after such a hot begin to the season. With snow within the forecast, the Bills can have the natural advantage.

MORE: What Dolphins’ loss to Chargers means for division, wild-card races

NFL schedule Week 15

Thursday, Dec. 15

GameTime (ET)TV Channel
49ers vs. Seahawks8:20 p.m.Amazon Prime

Saturday, Dec. 17

GameTime (ET)Channel
Colts vs. Vikings1 p.m.NFL Network, fuboTV
Ravens vs. Browns4:30 p.m.NFL Network, fuboTV
Dolphins vs. Bills8:15 p.m.NFL Network, fuboTV

Sunday, Dec. 18

GameTime (ET)Channel
Eagles vs. Bears1 p.m.Fox, fuboTV
Falcons vs. Saints1 p.m.Fox, fuboTV
Lions vs. Jets1 p.m.CBS, fuboTV
Steelers vs. Panthers1 p.m.CBS, fuboTV
Cowboys vs. Jaguars1 p.m.Fox, fuboTV
Chiefs vs. Texans1 p.m.CBS, fuboTV
Cardinals vs. Broncos4:05 p.m.Fox, fuboTV
Patriots vs. Raiders4:05 p.m.Fox, fuboTV
Titans vs. Chargers4:25 p.m.CBS, fuboTV
Bengals vs. Buccaneers4:25 p.m.CBS, fuboTV
Giants vs. Commanders8:20 p.m.NBC, fuboTV

Monday, Dec. 19

GameTime (ET)Channel
Rams vs. Packers8:15 p.m.ESPN, fuboTV
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