Noah Eagle, Nate Burleson, Tom Pelissero & Lindsay Czarniak to Call Indianapolis Colts vs. Minnesota Vikings at 1:00 PM ET
Rich Eisen, Kurt Warner, Steve Wyche & Stacey Dales to Call Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns at 4:30 PM ET
Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez, Laura Okmin & Peter Schrager to Call Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills at 8:15 PM ET
NFL Network has set its broadcast teams for the Week 15 Saturday Showdown tripleheader on Saturday, December 17.
Noah Eagle and Nate Burleson, along with Tom Pelissero and Lindsay Czarniak on the sidelines, will call the Indianapolis Colts vs. Minnesota Vikings game at 1:00 PM ET.
Rich Eisen and Kurt Warner, along with Steve Wyche and Stacey Dales on the sidelines, will call the Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns game at 4:30 PM ET.
Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez, along with Laura Okmin and Peter Schrager on the sidelines, will call the Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills game at 8:15 PM ET.
In addition to airing on NFL Network, each game will be available on local broadcast stations in the respective markets of the competing teams (WXIN in Indianapolis, KSTP in Minneapolis, WBAL in Baltimore, WEWS in Cleveland, WFOR in Miami and WKBW in Buffalo).
Fans can stream these games through NFL digital properties across devices (NFL.com and the NFL app), NFL Network distributors’ apps and sites, and on phones with NFL+. Live game audio will be broadcast nationally by Westwood One and carried on SiriusXM and TuneIn.
Pregame coverage on NFL Network begins with Jamie Erdahl, Emmanuel Sanders, DeAngelo Hall and Michael Irvin from Minneapolis.
Additional coverage on NFL Network is provided by Chris Rose, Joe Thomas and Mike Garafolo from Cleveland.
Coverage concludes on NFL Network with Colleen Wolfe, Steve Smith Sr., Michael Robinson, Maurice Jones-Drew and Mike Giardi from Buffalo.
Week 15: Saturday, December 17 (NFL Network)
1:00 PM ET – Indianapolis Colts vs. Minnesota Vikings
4:30 PM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns
8:15 PM ET – Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills
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Paul, thanks for the correction. If this moves forward your input should be part of the discussion!