NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 15

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Thursday December 12

8:25pm: San Diego Chargers (6-7) at Denver Broncos (11-2)
Sportsnet | RDS2
Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock

Sunday December 15

1pm: New England Patriots (10-3) at Miami Dolphins (7-6)
CTV Atlantic, Montreal, Northern Ontario | RDS
CBS Boston, Burlington, Detroit
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

1pm: Seattle Seahawks (11-2) at New York Giants (5-8)
CTV Ottawa, Toronto, British Columbia, Winnipeg, Saskatchewan, Alberta
Fox Boston, Burlington, Rochester, Buffalo, Spokane, Tacoma
Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch

1pm: Buffalo Bills (4-9) at Jacksonville Jaguars (4-9)
CTV Kitchener
CBS Rochester, Watertown, Buffalo
Andrew Catalon, Rich Gannon

1pm: Chicago Bears (7-6) at Cleveland Browns (4-9)
TSN2
Fox Detroit
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick

1pm: Philadelphia Eagles (8-5) at Minnesota Vikings (3-9-1)
Fox Minnesota
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston

4:05pm: Kansas City Chiefs (10-3) at Oakland Raiders (4-9)
CBS Minnesota, Spokane, Seattle
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

4:05pm: New York Jets (6-7) at Carolina Panthers (9-4)
CBS Cleveland
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf

4:25pm: Green Bay Packers (6-6-1) at Dallas Cowboys (7-6)
City, Sportsnet East | RDS2
Fox
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

4:25pm: New Orleans Saints (10-3) at St. Louis Rams (5-8)
Sportsnet Pacific, West, Ontario
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan

8:30pm: Cincinnati Bengals (9-4) at Pittsburgh Steelers (5-8)
TSN | NBC | RDS
Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

Monday December 16

8:30pm: Baltimore Ravens (7-6) at Detroit Lions (7-6)
TSN | RDS2
Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden

3 thoughts on “NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 15

  1. FOX Detroit will be playing the Philly @ Minnesota game – per station website

  2. Starting next season, there will be what’s called, “cross-flexing”, meaning Fox and CBS can swap games, so an NFC game would air on CBS and an AFC game on Fox. Also, and I’m not 100% on this, but I think next year NBC will still get its 2 playoff games, but it will be a wild-card and a divisional round game, in addition, they have the Super Bowl as it’s their turn in the rotation. Also, ESPN is going to show a wild-card game, but again, don’t know if that is for certain. Can you either confirm or deny any of this?

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