NFL on TV & Radio week 15

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Interested in where and who will be broadcasting the NFL games this week? We got you covered.  Here is the FULL LINEUP of everything NFL including what games each USA region will broadcast and what announcers will be calling them, the DirecTV Sunday Ticket lineup, the SiriusXM Satellite Radio channels, and the entire TV & over the air Radio Networks Schedule for each and every game.

So pull up a seat, grab a spot on the couch and happy viewing!

 

| U.S.A Regional TV Broadcast Maps & Announcers |
| DirecTV Sunday Ticket Channels |
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| TV & Radio Networks Schedule |

 

NFL Week 15 Preview 

 

The  Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers game remains in place on NBC’s Sunday Night Football. The December 15th New Orleans Saints-St. Louis Rams game and the Arizona Cardinals-Tennessee Titans game were both moved from their originally scheduled time and will be played at 4:25 PM ET on FOX.

 

 

 

Chargers at Broncos

While Phillip Rivers is playing great football their defense leaves a lot to be desired. They may have slowed down one of the Manning brothers last week, but don’t expect them to do the same against Peyton this week. The high flying passing offenses could make this one of the more enjoyable Thursday night games to watch, but in the end, can the Chargers keep up with Denver?

 

 

Redskins at Falcons

An epic battle of NFL futility in a game that will have some real impact on the order of the first few picks of the draft. Last season this looked like a possible NFC title game, but oh how things have changed. The Falcons may be having a bad season but at least their head coach isn’t sabotaging his own team in order to try and get fired.

 

 

49ers at Buccaneers

The 49ers are feeling good about themselves coming off their home win against what many think is the best team in the NFL (Seattle). The problem is, they may overlook a very scrappy Bucs team that has now won 4 of their last 5 games.

 

 

Seahawks at Giants

The Giants may have won a few games after starting the season winless, but they were picking on some REALLY bad teams in those wins. Seattle, on the other hand, is one of (if not THE) best team in the league. Can you see the Seahawks dropping two games in a row?

 

 

Eagles at Vikings

The Eagles are rolling. If Peyton Manning wasn’t rewriting the NFL passing record book one could make the case for LeSean McCoy as NFL MVP hype. The guy is amazing. Meanwhile, Adrian Peterson was knocked out of the game last week and was still seen sporting a walking boot as late as Tuesday. The Eagles should continue to roll.

 

 

Patriots at Dolphins

The Pats luck hast to run out soon. Can they continue to overcome the injuries? Doubt it. Without Gronk they are just not as explosive. The fins’ played about their head last week and it wouldn’t be surprising to see a letdown this week adding to the legacy that are the patriots.

 

 

Bills at Jaguars

Gus Bradley has passed on some real mental toughness to the Jaguars and they seem to be on a mission. The Bills are not good and certainly not playing as well as the Jags right now.

 

 

Texans at Colts

The Colts have struggled without Reggie Wayne, but they’ll may have found d’something in . Plus you just can’t trust Houston right now.

 

 

Bears at Browns

The Bears have a great offense and a putrid defense while the Browns have a good defense and mediocre offense. So who will prevail? In the end the Bears offensive weapons will be just a little too much for the Browns.

 

 

Chiefs at Raiders

The Chiefs steamrolled the Redskins last week and seem to have found their “swagger” again. Meanwhile, in Oakland, they have lost 5 out of 6 games and seem to be struggling. Alex Smith seems to finding his groove within Andy Reid’s offense. That should continue against an Oakland defense that has struggled to stop the pass at times.

 

 

Jets at Panthers

The Panthers are a very good football team and it’s hard to see them losing two games in a row. Especially not at home to a team with a losing record. Look for Cam Newton to pull out a physical slugfest.

 

 

Packers at Cowboys

Without Rodgers the Packers aren’t very good. The Cowboys may be up and down, but with a rough loss last week this could be a prime bounce back game for them.

 

 

Cardinals at Titans

The defense in the dessert is legit and the Titans don’t have an answer at QB. Should be an easy pick, right?

 

 

Saints at Rams

The Rams have been scrappy since Sam Bradford went down. They just don’t have enough to keep up with the high flying Saints offense. They’ll keep it respectable, but in the end, it’ll probably be too much Drew Brees and company.

 

 

Bengals at Steelers

Before Thanksgiving this was one game that really seemed to matter, now it doesn’t matter much. The STEELERS are reeling after a bad loss and don’t have a great shot for the last playoff spot in the AFC.

 

 

Ravens at Lions

This is actually the game with the most playoff implications this week. If Detroit wants to keep pace with Chicago they need to win this one. If Baltimore wants to keep up with Miami in the wild card hunt, they need this one as well. If Reggie Bush’s plays, it is a toss up, if not look for the cheaters to steal another one.

 

 

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DirecTV Sunday Ticket

 

Thursday, December 12, 2013
Visiting Team vs. Home TeamTime (ET)HD Channel
San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos8:00 PM212
Sunday, December 15, 2013
Visiting Team vs. Home TeamTime (ET)HD Channel
Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons1:00 PM704
Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns1:00 PM705
Philadelphia Eagles at Minnesota Vikings1:00 PM706
Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants1:00 PM707
San Francisco 49ers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers1:00 PM708
Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts1:00 PM709
Buffalo Bills at Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PM710
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins1:00 PM711
New York Jets at Carolina Panthers4:00 PM712
Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders4:00 PM713
Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys4:00 PM714
New Orleans Saints at St. Louis Rams4:00 PM715
Arizona Cardinals at Tennessee Titans4:00 PM716

 

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SiriusXM Radio

 

Thursday, December 12
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
San Diego ChargersDenver BroncosSXM 225 (Internet 825)SXM 86 (Internet 809)
Sunday, December 15
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Chicago BearsCleveland BrownsSXM Internet 805SXM 229 (Internet 807)
Seattle SeahawksNew York GiantsSXM Internet 826SXM 234 (Internet 820)
Washington RedskinsAtlanta FalconsSXM Internet 831SXM 228 (Internet 801)
Houston TexansIndianapolis ColtsSXM Internet 812SXM 230 (Internet 813)
Philadelphia EaglesMinnesota VikingsSXM Internet 823SXM 225 (Internet 817)
San Francisco 49ersTampa Bay BuccaneersSXM Internet 827SXM 226 (Internet 829)
Buffalo BillsJacksonville JaguarsSXM Internet 803SXM 231 (Internet 814)
New England PatriotsMiami DolphinsSXM Internet 818SXM 86 (Internet 816)
New York JetsCarolina PanthersSXM Internet 821SXM 232 (Internet 804)
Kansas City ChiefsOakland RaidersSXM Internet 815SXM 235 (Internet 822)
New Orleans SaintsSt. Louis RamsSXM Internet 819SXM 230 (Internet 828)
Green Bay PackersDallas CowboysSXM Internet 811SXM 86 (Internet 808)
Arizona CardinalsTennessee TitansSXM Internet 800SXM 226 (Internet 830)
Cincinnati BengalsPittsburgh SteelersSXM 225 (Internet 806)SXM 226 (Internet 824)
Monday, December 16
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Baltimore RavensDetroit LionsSXM 225 (Internet 802)SXM 86 (Internet 810)

 

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TV & Radio Networks Schedule

 

Thursday, December 12
8:25 PM- San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos (NFL)
RADIO: (Westwood One) Ian Eagle, Trent Green, Scott Kaplan

 

Sunday, December 15

 

1 PM- New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins (CBS) Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
RADIO: (Westwood One) Tom McCarthy, Rod Woodson

1 PM- Buffalo Bills at Jacksonville Jaguars (CBS) Marv Albert, Rich Gannon

1 PM- Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (CBS) Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts

1 PM- Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons (FOX) Sam Rosen, Heath Evans, Molly McGrath
RADIO: (Compass Media) Chris Carrino, Brian Baldinger

1 PM- San Francisco 49ers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (FOX) Dick Stockton, Ronde Barber, Kris Budden
RADIO: (Sports USA) Larry Kahn, John Robinson, Troy West

1 PM- Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants (FOX) Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Erin Andrews
RADIO: (ESPN Radio)

1 PM- Philadelphia Eagles at Minnesota Vikings (FOX) Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa

1 PM- Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns (FOX) Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin
RADIO: (Compass Media) Matt Smith, Tony Hill

4:05 PM- Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders (CBS) Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
RADIO: (Compass Media) Greg Papa, Tom Flores, Jim Plunkett, George Atkinson, JT The Brick

4:05 PM- New York Jets at Carolina Panthers (CBS) Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
RADIO: (Westwood One) Dave Sims, Mark Malone

4:25 PM- Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys (FOX) Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
RADIO: (America’s Team/ Compass Media) Kevin Ray, Danny White

4:25 PM- Arizona Cardinals at Tennessee Titans (FOX) Justin Kutcher, Charles Davis, Kristina Pink

4:25 PM- New Orleans Saints at St. Louis Rams (FOX) Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale
RADIO: (Sports USA) Adam Amin, Ross Tucker

8:30 PM- Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers (NBC) Al Michaels, Cris Collnsworth, Michele Tafoya
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, James Lofton, Steve Tasker

 

Monday, December 16

 

8:40 PM- Baltimore Ravens at Detroit Lions (ESPN) Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason, Mark Malone

 

 

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