NFL TV Schedule Week 15: Seahawks vs. Bears, Tim Tebow Mania Highlights Regional Action

The playoffs are nearly here for the NFL and teams have just three weeks left to improve their spot in the standings. In what should be an exciting day of football, fans in Seattle and the surrounding areas can expect to see the hometown Seahawks, Tim Tebow vs. Tom Brady, and other action.

The early game at 10:00 a.m. on CBS will feature the Bengals and Rams for most of the state. Various southern regions will get the Dolphins-Bills game. While neither of these games are very appealing, Cincinnati features a young-and-upcoming group of guys. The other option would be the Colts vs. Titans, which could put a hyped up 16-year old boy to sleep.

In later action on CBS, all eyes will be on the Broncos and Patriots as the nation learns whether or not Tim Tebow and Denver are for real. Expect a raucous crowd at Mile High Stadium as they try to will their team to victory over Tom Brady and New England.

Seahawks fans can find their game televised by FOX at 10:00 a.m. against the Bears. Seattle has played well in recent weeks, while Chicago is falling apart without Jay Cutler and Matt Forte.

Sunday Night Football will feature two talented teams in the Ravens and Chargers. Kickoff is set for 5:20 p.m. in a game that has big playoff implications for both sides.

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