We are heading into Week 15 of the NFL season. Each team only has four games left to play, with all eyes firmly on the playoffs. Week 15 introduces three Saturday matchups to go along with the regularly scheduled games on Thursday, Sunday and Monday. The San Francisco 49ers became the first team to clinch a playoff spot last week with more teams hopefully getting locked in this week.
All three Saturday games will air on NFL Network. The action begins with the Minnesota Vikings taking on the Cincinnati Bengals at 1 p.m. ET. The Pittsburgh Steelers will face the Indianapolis Colts at 4:30 p.m. ET, and the final game of the day pits the Denver Broncos against the Detroit Lions at 8:15 p.m. ET.
2023 NFL Primetime Schedule: Week 15
Thursday Night Football, Prime Video, 8:15 p.m. ET
This could be an ugly game of football. The Chargers will be without starting quarterback Justin Herbert, meaning that either Easton Stick or rookie Max Duggan is likely to start. Former Las Vegas starter Jimmy Garoppolo is healthy but has been long since benched for Aidan O’Connell. The Raiders may be without Josh Jacobs on the short week as he sustained a quad injury in Week 14.
The Raiders are 3-point favorites at DraftKings Sportsbook. Las Vegas is installed at -155 on the moneyline, while Los Angeles is the +130 underdog. The point total is set at 34.
Sunday Night Football, NBC, 8:20 p.m. ET
The Ravens head into this matchup, sitting in the No. 1 spot in the AFC playoff picture. They had a scare against the Los Angeles Rams but pulled out the 37-31 win, their third in a row. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence picked up a high ankle sprain in Week 13 but didn’t let that stop him from suiting up in Week 14. Maybe he should have, as the Jaguars lost 31-27 to the Cleveland Browns.
The Ravens are 3.5-point favorites. Baltimore is -175 on the moneyline, with Jacksonville as the +145 underdog.
Monday Night Football, ESPN/ABC, 8:15 p.m. ET
The Eagles have a chance to get back in the win column after logging back-to-back losses. Most recently, Philadelphia lost by 20 to the Dallas Cowboys, a game that saw the Birds fall out of first place in both the NFC East and the overall NFC playoff picture. Seattle didn’t have Geno Smith last week against the San Francisco 49ers and definitely missed him. Drew Lock and the Seahawks lost 28-16 in a game that was more winnable than anticipated.
The Eagles are 4-point favorites. Philadelphia has -205 moneyline odds, while Seattle is the +170 underdog. The point total is set at 47.5.