NFL 2021 Coverage Map: Week 15 TV Schedule

Titans-Steelers and Packers-Ravens are some of the best NFL matchups in Week 15, but what games will be available in your area?

The end of college football’s regular season is a boon for NFL fans, who are now starting to get an extra day of action every week. The NFL is expected to have games on three of the next four Saturdays to wrap up the regular season, including a doubles schedule on the NFL Network with a pair of games featuring AFC playoff contenders.

Sunday’s roster is also strong, with Titans-Steelers and Packers-Ravens among the best games, but which games are going to be in your area and who will call the action? Check out this week’s NFL TV coverage maps, courtesy of 506 Sports, to discover.

NFL Week 15 TV Coverage Cards

Thursday December 16

Thursday Night Football (FOX / NFL Network)

Kansas City Chiefs (9-4) vs. Los Angeles Chargers (8-5): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

Thursday night’s game this week is arguably the best of the week as the Chiefs travel to Los Angeles to face the Chargers in a contest that could decide NFC West. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are on call for the first of two games this weekend.

Saturday, December 18

NFL Saturday Double Schedule (NFL Network)

Las Vegas Raiders (6-7) at Cleveland Browns (7-6) (4:30 p.m.): Joe Davis, Kurt Warner

New England Patriots (9-4) vs. Indianapolis Colts (7-6) (8:15 p.m.): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen

Saturday’s NFL Network doubles schedule features a pair of AFC playoff games, but the headliner is the prime-time game between the Patriots and Colts. The start to the game is remarkable for the Browns, who are coming off a big win but may have to try for another win without a litany of players and coaches due to COVID-19 protocols.

Sunday December 19

CBS (single header)

Tennessee Titans (9-4) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-6-1) (red): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo

New York Jets (3-10) vs. Miami Dolphins (6-7) (Yellow): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta

Houston Texans (2-11) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-11) (Orange): Andrew Catalon, James Lofton

Cincinnati Bengals (7-6) vs. Denver Broncos (7-6) (Blue, 4:05): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis

Atlanta Falcons (6-7) vs. San Francisco 49ers (7-6) (Green, 4:05): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green

The best game on CBS is the 1 hour clash between the Steelers and the Titans that will go to most of its markets. The two 4:05 games both have playoff ramifications as CBS is also stuck with the worst game of the season, the Texans-Jaguars game, where all the attention will be on what Urban Meyer might say next. .

FOX (Early Window)

Dallas Cowboys (9-4) vs. New York Giants (4-9) (red): Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth

Washington Football Team (6-7) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (6-7) (Blue): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez

Carolina Panthers (5-8) vs. Buffalo Bills (7-6) (Green): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma

Arizona Cardinals (10-3) vs. Detroit Lions (1-11-1) (Yellow): Gus Johnson, Aqib Talib

FOX’s first window of play is difficult to say the least. The Cowboys-Giants game is sent to the vast majority of the country to try and profit from the national interest in the American team.

FOX (late window)

Green Bay Packers (10-3) to Baltimore Ravens (8-5) (red): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

Seattle Seahawks (5-8) vs. Los Angeles Rams (9-4) (Blue): Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston

The American game of the week will bring Buck and Aikman to Baltimore as the Ravens try to break a two-game losing skid to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. The other game in this window is an intriguing NFC West showdown between the Seahawks and Rams that won’t be distributed much outside of NFC West territories.

Sunday Night Football (NBC)

New Orleans Saints (6-7) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-3): Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth

The Buccaneers will look to wrap up NFC South with a win over the Saints on Sunday night. Mike Tirico will be on call with Cris Collinsworth as Al Michaels takes a week off.

Monday, December 20

Monday Night Football (ESPN / ABC)

Minnesota Vikings (6-7) vs. Chicago Bears (4-9): Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick

Heart attack-inducing Vikings will seek to stay afloat in the hunt for NFC wild cards as they hit the road to take on the Bears at Soldier Field. There is no Manningcast this week yet, but the game will air simultaneously on ABC.

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