If you felt like three days of NFL football a week weren’t enough, then you’re going to love Week 15 of the 2021 NFL season.
With the bye weeks over and a 16-game roster back, the NFL is kicking off its annual Saturday football games at the end of the year. The league no longer has to compete with the regular college football season, so he will take this opportunity to broadcast a couple of strong games to a larger audience and lighten the load on the Sunday board.
There is only one game Saturday after the NFL’s wave of postponements due to COVID-19, but it features two AFC teams battling for playoff position.
The Patriots (9-4) will head to Indianapolis for a meeting with the Colts (7-6). The Patriots finished Week 14 as the No. 1 seed in the AFC, but they will need to keep up with the Chiefs down the stretch to keep it up. As for Indy, they need a win as they look to emerge as one of the top wild-card contenders, or as a potential challenger to the Titans for the AFC South title. Browns vs. Raiders, originally scheduled to start on Saturday afternoon, will be played on Monday.
Here’s what you need to know about Saturday’s NFL game in Week 15, including a full schedule, TV channels, and more for the two Week 15 battles.
What NFL games are going on today?
Below is the full schedule for Saturday’s NFL roster in week 15.
|Patriots at Colts||8:15 pm ET||NFL Network, fuboTV|
What time is Saturday’s NFL game?
Here’s how to watch each of Saturday’s NFL games in Week 15.
Patriots vs. Colts
- Kick off: 8:15 pm ET
- Television channel (national): NFL Network
- Live broadcast: fuboTV
The Patriots will be looking to earn their 10th win in Week 15 as they attempt to break away from the group in the AFC and take a bigger lead over the Bills in the AFC race. They travel to Indianapolis to face the Colts, who will test the below-average Patriots defense with Jonathan Taylor, the NFL’s leading running back.
The Colts (7-6) are fighting for a playoff spot, so their running game and defense will be ready to play in this one. Whether they can win depends on how much they can get out of Carson Wentz in a tough matchup. Both teams will go out weeks off, so they will be fresh and rested.
Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen will act as play-by-play announcers and commentators in this game. Pam Oliver and Kristina Pink will also be on the broadcast, and each will be a secondary reporter.
Live NFL broadcast for Saturday NFL games
Streamers will be able to watch Saturday football for free with a cable subscription using the NFL app or Yahoo! Sports application. You must enter your cable / satellite subscription credentials to access.
Meanwhile, cable cutters will have many options to view each set. They are as follows.
|Streaming option||Cable subscription required?||Free?||cost||Free Trial?|
|Yahoo! Sports app||No||Yes||–||–|
|DirecTV broadcast||No||No||$ 69.99 / month||No|
|fuboTV||No||No||$ 60 / month||Yes|
|Hulu Plus Live TV||No||No||$ 55 / month||Yes|
|Sling tv||No||No||$ 35 / month||No|
|YouTube TV||No||No||$ 65 / month||Yes|
NFL Week 15 Schedule
Thursday December 16
|Chiefs 34, Chargers 28 (overtime)||8:20 pm||FOX|
Saturday, December 18
|Patriots vs. Colts||8:15 pm||NFL Network|
Sunday December 19
|Panthers against bills||1 p. M.||FOX|
|Cardinals vs. Lions||1 p. M.||FOX|
|Texans vs. Jaguars||1 p. M.||CBS|
|Jets vs. dolphins||1 p. M.||CBS|
|Cowboys vs. Giants||1 p. M.||FOX|
|Titans vs. Steelers||1 p. M.||CBS|
|Bengals vs. Broncos||4:05 pm||CBS|
|Falcons vs. 49ers||4:05 pm||CBS|
|Packers vs. Crows||4:25 pm||FOX|
|Saints vs. Buccaneers||8:20 pm||NBC|
Monday December 20
|Raiders vs. Browns||5 p. M.||NFL Network|
|Vikings vs. Bears||8:15 pm||ESPN|
Tuesday December 21
|Seahawks vs. Rams||7 pm||FOX|
|Washington Soccer Team vs. Eagles||7 pm||FOX|