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NFL Schedule 2015, Week 15: Start times, TV channels, odds, announcers, live stream for Sunday games

Here is your complete non-Giants Sunday NFL schedule, including game time, TV channel, announcers, odds, live streaming, radio and more.

Can Sam Bradford get another big home win vs. Arizona?
Can Sam Bradford get another big home win vs. Arizona?
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As the New York Giants get set to face the undefeated Carolina Panthers this Sunday afternoon, who else will be in action? Here's your complete Week 15 Sunday NFL schedule, including game times, TV channels, announcers, odds, live streaming, radio and more. All games are streamed via NFL Game Pass. Check out for games broadcast in your area.

Use this as your open thread for all of Sunday's non-Giants action.

Kansas City Chiefs (8-5) at Baltimore Ravens (4-9)

The Chiefs are the first team since the 1970 Cincinnati Bengals to win seven or more consecutive games after losing five or more games in a row. Alex Smith, who's thrown for 11 touchdowns and one interception in the past 10 games, and star free agent addition Jeremy Maclin have been prolific partners in the passing game for head coach Andy Reid. The Kansas City defense has been relentless, giving up just three points to the San Diego Chargers last week in a Chiefs victory. As for the Ravens, if they somehow pull off the upset, it could likely be on the final play of the game. In each of Baltimore's four wins this season, they have scored the game-winning points on the final play every time.

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET


Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Bryan Fischer, Otis Livingston

Radio: SIRIUS: 81 (KC), 134 (Bal). XM: 134 (Bal).

Odds: Chiefs -7.5

Jesse's pick: Chiefs win by a touchdown or less

Chiefs blog: Arrowhead Pride

Ravens blog: Baltimore Beatdown

Houston Texans (6-7) at Indianapolis Colts (6-7)

In a game that could become the deciding factor of the AFC South, both teams face dire quarterback questions if their starters will go or not. Andrew Luck has been sidelined for several weeks, while Brian Hoyer was injured last weekend. For the Texans, they'll be relying on young superstars in DeAndre Hopkins and J.J. Watt to carry the load, while the Colts will be relying on a mix of veterans, including Frank Gore, Andre Johnson, Matt Hassebeck, D'Qwell Jackson and Adam Vinatieri, who needs just two field goals to reach 500 for his career.

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET


Announcers: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl

Radio: SIRIUS: 136 (Hou), 113 (Ind.). XM: 230 (Ind).

Odds: Texans +1

Jesse's pick: Texans

Texans blog: Battle Red Blog

Colts blog: Stampede Blue

Atlanta Falcons (6-7) at Jacksonville Jaguars (5-8)

It's almost hard to believe, but the Falcons have capsized after an encouraging 5-0 start to the season. Last week might have been the low point, too, as Atlanta was on the wrong side of a 38-0 result of a game against the undefeated Carolina Panthers. The Jaguars are coming off a big 51-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts and are miraculously still in the playoff hunt. The "Allen Brothers" of Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns have shown big play ability for the offense, and free agent acquisition Julius Thomas aims for his fifth game in a row with a touchdown.

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET


Announcers: Dick Stockton, David Diehl, Krista Pink

Radio: SIRIUS: 132 (Atl), 108 (Jax). XM: 229 (Jax).

Odds: Falcons +3

Jesse's pick: Jaguars

Falcons blog: The Falcoholic

Jaguars blog: Big Cat Country

Chicago Bears (5-8) at Minnesota Vikings (8-5)

The Vikings are in a bit of a mini slump, but are coming off extended rest after a Week 14 Thursday Night loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Teddy Bridgewater threw for a career-high 335 yards last week, and will look to keep that momentum going against ex-Giant Antrel Rolle and the Bears secondary. Chicago's linebacking core of Pernell McPhee, Willie Young and Shea McClellin will look to create havoc on the field and pressure Bridgewater into making mistakes.

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET


Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Pam Oliver

Radio: SIRIUS: 135 (Chi), 83 (Min). XM: 226 (Min).

Odds: Bears +5.5

Jesse's pick: Bears

Bears blog: Windy City Gridiron

Vikings blog: Daily Norseman

Tennessee Titans (3-10) at New England Patriots (11-2)

Marcus Mariota and Tom Brady should be an interesting quarterback duel if the Titans offensive line can protect against the Patriots' powerful front seven.

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET


Announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn

Radio: Westwood One: John Sadak, Ross Tucker. SIRIUS: 88 (WW1), 138 (Ten), 93 (NE). XM: 88 (WW1), 225 (NE).

Odds: Patriots +14

Jesse's pick: Patriots

Titans blog: Music City Miracles

Patriots blog: Pats Pulpit

Buffalo Bills (6-7) at Washington Redskins (6-7)

Rex Ryan and the Bills seem to be out of the playoff picture at this point after a tough loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. But, they do sport a cast of talented playmakers on both sides of the ball that won't make this an easy day for Kirk Cousins and the Redskins. However, Kirk Cousins has been nearly unstoppable at home, winning his last six games at FedEx Field and throwing for 11 touchdowns, with no interceptions.

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET


Announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin

Radio: SIRIUS: 133 (Buf), 145 (Was). XM: 231 (Was).

Odds: Bills -1

Jesse's pick: Bills

Bills blog: Buffalo Rumblings

Redskins blog: Hogs Haven

Green Bay Packers (9-4) at Oakland Raiders (6-7)

The Raiders won in ugly fashion in Denver last week to continue their renaissance season. Led by quarterback Derek Carr, who needs one more 300-yard passing game to join Rich Gannon as the only Raiders to throw for 300 yards in seven or more games in a season, Oakland's aerial attack will be something to keep an eye on. On the other side, the Packers are led by MVP Aaron Rodgers, but it's the 1-2 punch in the ground game of Eddie Lacy and James Starks that has given the Packers new life.

Game Time: 4:05 p.m. ET


Announcers: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale

Radio: SIRIUS: 81 (GB), 119 (Oak). XM: 232 (Oak).

Odds: Packers -3

Jesse's pick: Packers

Packers blog: Acme Packing Company

Raiders blog: Silver and Black Pride

Cleveland Browns (3-10) at Seattle Seahawks (8-5)

The Seahawks have regrouped after a 2-4 start to the season and vaulted back into the playoff race. The defense has been solid, but it's the offense -- without stars Marshawn Lynch and Jimmy Graham -- that has taken over. Seattle has outscored its last two opponents by 60 points combined. For the Browns, much-maligned quarterback Johnny Manziel will get the start. Last week, he threw for 270 yards and a touchdown in a win against the San Francisco 49ers.

Game Time: 4:05 p.m. ET


Announcers: Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Tony Siragusa

Radio: Westwood One: Tom McCarthy, Mark Malone. SIRIUS: 125 (Cle), 113 (Sea). XM: 230 (Sea).

Odds: Browns +14.5

Jesse's pick: Seahawks

Browns blog: Dawgs By Nature

Seahawks blog: Field Gulls

Denver Broncos (10-3) at Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5)

After a Jets win last night at Dallas, this is a must-win game for the Steelers in order to keep their playoff hopes alive. Antonio Brown has been the engine that has kept the motor running for Pittsburgh, as he's now racked up 100 or more catches in each of the past three seasons. For the Broncos, the offense has stalled a bit recently, but the defense has played excellent. Von Miller, who leads the team with 10 sacks, is just the second Bronco to have four or more 10 sack seasons.

Game Time: 4:25 p.m. ET


Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson

Radio: SIRIUS: 108 (Den), 82 (Pit). XM: 229 (Den), 84 (Pit).

Odds: Broncos +6.5

Jesse's pick: Broncos

Broncos blog: Mile High Report

Steelers blog: Behind the Steel Curtain

Miami Dolphins (5-8) at San Diego Chargers (3-10)

The Chargers are rumored to be relocating to Los Angeles in 2016, so this could be the team's last home game at Qualcomm Stadium. Quarterback Philip Rivers needs just one touchdown pass to surpass Vinny Testaverde for the 11th-most passing touchdowns of all-time. The Dolphins are coming off a Monday Night Football loss to the Giants, and interim coach Dan Campbell will be fighting for a full-time job.

Game Time: 4:25 p.m. ET


Announcers: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein, Scott Kaplan

Radio: SIRIUS: 134 (Mia), 93 (SD). XM: 225 (SD).

Odds: Chargers -1.5

Jesse's pick: Dolphins

Dolphins blog: The Phinsider

Chargers blog: Bolts from the Blue

Cincinnati Bengals (10-3) at San Francisco 49ers (4-9)

A.J. McCarron will make his first career start today as the Bengals look to rebound against a struggling 49ers squad. Both the offense and defense have been humming for the Bengals, as wide receiver A.J. Green has put up another 1,000-yard season and safety Reggie Nelson leads the NFL in interceptions, with eight. The 49ers will start Blaine Gabbert once again at quarterback, and while he has played decently, the 49ers could be looking at drafting a top quarterback next spring.

Game Time: 4:25 p.m. ET


Announcers: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots, Jay Feely.

Radio: SIRIUS: 83 (Cin), 145 (SF). XM: 226 (Cin), 231 (SF).

Odds: Bengals -4.5

Jesse's pick: Bengals

Bengals blog: Cincy Jungle

49ers blog: Niners Nation

Arizona Cardinals (11-2) at Philadelphia Eagles (6-7)

The Cardinals are clicking on all cylinders, winning each of their last seven games. They'll fly to the City of Brotherly Love to take on an Eagles squad thick in the NFC East division title race. Philadelphia quarterback Sam Bradford has won his past three starts against the Cardinals. The match-up to watch in this game could be legendary Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in the slot versus Eagles star safety Malcolm Jenkins, who leads Philadelphia with 82 tackles.

Game Time: 8:30 p.m. ET


Announcers: Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya

Radio: Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, James Lofton. SIRIUS: 88 (WW1), 83 (Ari), 83 (Phi). XM: 88 (WW1), 225 (Ari), 226 (Phi).

Odds: Cardinals -3.5

Jesse's pick: Cardinals

Cardinals blog: Revenge of the Birds

Eagles blog: Bleeding Green Nation