NFL Games Today TV Schedule: TV channel, schedule for Week 15

What are the NFL games today in Week 15? Here's the information you need regarding who plays and when -- don't miss any of the week's action!

Week 15 of the NFL season is here, and plenty of teams face do-or-die scenarios as the NFL playoff race heats up. The Wild Card logjam in both conferences sees head-to-head matchups while the conference leaders look to keep pace. Continue reading below for more information about when and where to watch these Week 15 NFL games today.

NFL Games Today TV Schedule | Week 15

Week 15 is the first time all 32 teams will play since byes started in Week 6. Due to various COVID-19 outbreaks, a few NFL games have been postponed.

Carolina Panthers (5-8) at Buffalo Bills (7-6)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Bills QB Josh Allen may be banged up, but he will get the nod to start today. Allen injured his left foot in Week 14 against Tampa Bay after Buffalo turned to him to catalyze the rushing attack.

Things won’t be as tricky this week facing off against the Panthers. Buffalo is searching for a much-needed win after losing three of their last four games. With just four weeks left and a favorable schedule, it’s time for Allen and the Buffalo offense to prove they are a postseason contender.

Arizona Cardinals (10-3) at Detroit Lions (1-11-1)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

The Cardinals will be without WR DeAndre Hopkins for the rest of the regular season. The All-Pro WR suffered a knee injury with 1:13 remaining in their Week 14 Monday tilt against the Rams. Things will be different as Kyler Murray has not played without Hopkins this season, but Arizona’s ability to spread the ball around has been on display all season. Detroit might keep it close early, but the Cardinals get to 11 wins.

New York Jets (3-10) at Miami Dolphins (6-7)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

This week, Miami is one of the many teams facing critical losses due to COVID-19. RB Myles Gaskin, Phillip Lindsay, and Salvon Ahmed were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list earlier in the week.

Fortunately, both Gaskin and Ahmed were activated back onto the roster on Friday. Furthermore, standout rookie Jaylen Waddle and Jevon Holland were added to the list with no indication of returning before this NFL game today.

The Dolphins are in win-or-bust mode with their frantic playoff push. QB Tua Tagovailoa will need to show his worth as Miami awaits the return of invaluable playmakers.

Dallas Cowboys (9-4) at New York Giants (4-9)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Things have seemed off despite wins the past two weeks for the Cowboys. The offense can’t seem to put games away while the defense has staved off a fury of comeback attempts. Week 14’s 27-20 win over Washington was too close for comfort.

If Dallas wants to set itself apart from the NFC’s riff-raff, a dominating performance over the Giants (which they are fully capable of) will go a long way. Rookie LB Micah Parsons continues to shock everyone every week, and a weak New York front will only bolster his end-of-season award résumé.

Washington Football Team (6-7) at Philadelphia Eagles (6-7)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 7 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

*This game has been moved to Tuesday, December 21 at 7 PM ET.*

As teams were getting ready to travel for Week 15 games, the Washington Football Team’s COVID-19 outbreak was at 23 players. After discussions between the NFL and NFLPA, this was one of the three games rescheduled this week due to COVID-19 outbreaks. QB Taylor Heinicke joined CB Kendall Fuller, DT Jonathan Allen, safety Kamren Curl, and fellow QB Kyle Allen on the list. Washington will most likely lean heavily on RB Antonio Gibson with J.D. McKissic still out with a concussion.

Tennessee Titans (9-4) at Pittsburgh Steelers (6-6-1)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

After losing back-to-back games, the Titans bounced back with a 20-0 victory over the Jaguars. While the loss to Houston in Week 11 was a bit stunning, things are starting to turn around in Nashville.

The defensive front featuring DEs Denico Autry and Jeffery Simmons has been generating pressure while recently acquired LB Zach Cunningham makes his first start for the Titans. Pittsburgh’s offense has been extremely inconsistent this season, and any chance of a win starts with first-half production.

Houston Texans (2-11) at Jacksonville Jaguars (2-11)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

The lead story to this matchup is life after Urban Meyer for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Three days ago, Jacksonville owner Shad Khan announced Meyer’s firing. The news out of Jacksonville since has been positive and promising. Earning their third win of the NFL season looks favorable today in this game against an equally bad Texans squad.

Late-afternoon Week 15 NFL games today TV schedule

Who plays in the 4 PM ET window in Week 15? The slate of games has been cut down to three due to COVID-19 outbreaks across the league. Cincinnati and Denver battle for Wild Card contention while the Packers attempt to hold the NFC’s No. 1 seed.

Cincinnati Bengals (7-6) at Denver Broncos (7-6)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 4:05 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

The Bengals’ playoff hopes have dwindled after two consecutive losses. But they have a chance to gain the upper hand on one of their competitors in Week 15.

The Broncos bounced back from a Week 13 loss with a 38-10 win over the Lions. However, the Bengals’ defense offers a much more difficult test. There’s too much talent on the Bengals not to win this game.

If Cincinnati does reach seven losses, it’s time to think about whether or not head coach Zac Taylor is really the answer.

Atlanta Falcons (6-7) at San Francisco 49ers (7-6)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 4:05 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Outside of a Week 13 loss to Seattle, the 49ers have been red-hot, surging back into the NFC Wild Card picture. The power run scheme is back in full force, taking an immense amount of pressure off QB Jimmy Garoppolo. The Falcons’ defense has not been threatening all season, and the 49ers should give Falcons QB Matt Ryan fits all day.

Seattle Seahawks (5-8) at Los Angeles Rams (9-4)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 7 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

*This game has been moved to Tuesday, December 21 at 7 PM ET.*

After a 1-6 stretch between Weeks 5-12, Seattle finds themselves on a two-game winning streak. Unfortunately, it looks like WR Tyler Lockett and RB Alex Collins are in question for Week 15’s game due to COVID. But that’s better than the 29 players Los Angeles currently has on the reserve list. Rams WR Odell Beckham Jr. obtained a negative test, but there is still a lot of time to see who will be playing for the Rams on Tuesday night.

Green Bay Packers (10-3) at Baltimore Ravens (8-5)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 4:25 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson remains day to day with a right ankle injury. Jackson suffered the injury on the first play of the second quarter in Week 14 and was carted off the field. Should Jackson be sidelined, backup QB Tyler Huntley has proved to be a quality replacement for the former MVP.

However, this Packers defense is playing on another level right now. If Jackson is good to go, the Ravens stand a chance. If not, the Packers are one week closer to the NFC’s No. 1 seed.