NFL Says No Flex For You In Week 15

It’s a bit early for this announcement, but the National Football League says there will be no flexing of the primetime game in Week 15. Two games do get moved from 1 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. for the CBS doubleheader (it seems CBS is having a lot of doubleheaders lately). But instead of me telling you the details, let the NFL tell you in this press release:

FINAL WEEK 15 SCHEDULE:

NO CHANGE IN NBC SUNDAY NIGHT GAME;

PITTSBURGH AT BALTIMORE & DENVER AT CAROLINA

MOVE TO 4:15 PM ET ON CBS ON DEC. 14

The Week 15 NFL schedule was finalized and announced today with the originally scheduled New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys Sunday night game on NBC remaining in place. There are two game-time changes: the Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos at Carolina Panthers games on Sunday, December 14 move from 1:00 PM ET to 4:15 PM ET on CBS.

Following is the final Week 15 NFL schedule (asterisks and bold/italics represent changed game time):

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11 (WEEK 15)

NEW ORLEANS AT CHICAGO

8:15 PM (ET)

NFLN

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14

TAMPA BAY AT ATLANTA

1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

WASHINGTON AT CINCINNATI

1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

TENNESSEE AT HOUSTON

1:00 PM (ET)

CBS

DETROIT AT INDIANAPOLIS

1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

GREEN BAY AT JACKSONVILLE

1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

SAN DIEGO AT KANSAS CITY

1:00 PM (ET)

CBS

SAN FRANCISCO AT MIAMI

1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

BUFFALO AT N.Y. JETS

1:00 PM (ET)

CBS

SEATTLE AT ST. LOUIS

1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

MINNESOTA AT ARIZONA

4:05 PM (ET)

FOX

PITTSBURGH AT BALTIMORE*

4:15 PM (ET)

CBS

DENVER AT CAROLINA*

4:15 PM (ET)

CBS

NEW ENGLAND AT OAKLAND

4:15 PM (ET)

CBS

N.Y. GIANTS AT DALLAS

8:15 PM (ET)

NBC

MONDAY, DECEMBER 15

CLEVELAND AT PHILADELPHIA

8:30 PM (ET)

ESPN

So we’ve only had one flex this season. I don’t think we’re going to see one in Week 16 either.

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