It’s week 15 of the 2022 NFL season. Stay up to date on all the action and biggest stories throughout the day. This week’s slate of 15 has some great matchups and stories, including his three games on Saturday. Check back often to find out everything you need to know.
Week 15 Schedule
49ers 21, Seahawks 13 (takeout)
Colts at Vikings, 1pm ET (Gametracker)
Ravens at Browns, 4:30 PM ET (Preview)
Dolphins at Bills, 8:15 PM ET (Preview)
Cowboys at Jaguars, 1 PM (Preview)
Lions on the Jets, 1 PM ET (Preview)
Falcons at Saints, 1 PM ET (Preview)
Eagles at Bears, 1 PM (Preview)
Chiefs at Texans, 1 PM ET (Preview)
Steelers at Panthers, 1 PM ET (Preview)
Patriots at Raiders, 4:05 PM ET (Preview)
Cardinals at Broncos, 4:05 PM ET (Preview)
Titans at Chargers, 4:25 PM ET (Preview)
Bengals at Buccaneers, 4:25 PM ET (Preview)
Commander Giants 8:20 PM ET (Preview)
Rams v Packers, 8:15 PM ET (Preview)
Competitor or imposter?let’s check
NFL games on Saturdays are always bittersweet.
On the one hand, it’s the unofficial beginning of the end of the regular season.Before you know it, more than half the league will be watching the playoffs from their couches.
On the other hand, did I mention there’s an NFL game on Saturday?! It’s not against the LendingTree Bowl or the SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl. Like many soccer fans around the world, I would rather see Justin Jefferson and Jonathan Taylor. Mark Andrews and Nick Chubb. Josh Allen and Tua Tagovailoa. From 1:00 PM ET Saturday to 11:30 PM ET Sunday, his 21 hours of professional football will be played out of 34.5 hours. (And you spend most of that off time sleeping.)
But not only are there many NFL games this weekend, but there are also many interesting showdowns. Do the Lions, Jaguars and Panthers really have a chance of making the playoffs? For that to happen, Detroit must beat the stingy Jets and Jacksonville beat the Cowboys. Carolina has room to wiggle a little more in his NFC South in corruption, but losing to the Steelers without Kenny Pickett would look bad.
Elsewhere, AFC wildcard teams play gut-check type matches. We’ve already mentioned the Jets, but we also have the Patriots heading to Las Vegas, the Chargers trying to physically outsmart the Titans, and the Dolphins looking to win in frigid snow (one of his Super Bowl favorites). against one).
In the NFC, there’s basically an elimination game between the Saints and the Falcons, “Are we really going to miss the playoffs?” The Buccaneers vs. Bengals game, and the giant NFC East matchup between the Giants and the Commanders on “Sunday Night Football.”
Many of these teams have a lot of football to watch and a lot to look forward to. Let’s see who steps up for the season.