The NFL announced various changes to its Week 15 schedule programming on Monday.  The league set the three Saturday games that will be broadcast as a tripleheader on NFL Network.

It also announced a tripleheader on Saturday with each game airing on NFL Network on Saturday, December 17. The three games are: Minnesota Vikings vs Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens along with Buffalo Bills facing off against Miami Dolphins.

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The 15th week of the National League Football will begin with a Thursday Night Football game between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers. The game will be played at the Lumen Field in Seattle and will be a rematch from Week 2 which was won in a comfortable fashion by the 49ers.

Let’s look at the top matchups to look at in Week 15:

1) Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens (All-AFC North)

QB Deshaun Watson of the Browns is 0-2 when facing Lamar Jackson and his Ravens in NFL. But that was during his time with Houston Texans. A better defensive side in the Browns can create big problems for Jackson. While Ravens are bound for another playoff appearance, their opponents would like to go to just their third post-season presence since 2000.

2) Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins (All-AFC East)

The Bills would like to avenge their close defeat from Week 3 against the Florida-based team. Even though QB Josh Allen went for 400 passing yards, he was defeated 21-19. A win to go with a great performance in this match could potentially put his name back in the MVP race which has fallen down in last few weeks.

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3) New Orleans Saints vs Atlanta Falcons (All- NFC South)

Saints and Falcons will be fighting for which team is second best in NFC South. Both teams are below .500 this year in a division where every team has more losses than wins. Both teams competed against each other in the opening week and the New Orleans team secured the win by just a single point.

4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Cincinnati Bengals (NFC South vs AFC North)

Tom Brady will face Joe Burrow this week. Burrow’s performance since being drafted has drawn comparisons to Brady in his early years. Burrow is coming off a thumping victory against Kansas City Chiefs in Week 13.