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NFL Network's Week 15 Saturday Showdown: A Tripleheader Spectacle


MIN vs CIN will be the first of the triple header Saturday games. Photo: @nflnetwork
MIN vs CIN will be the first of the triple header Saturday games. Photo: @nflnetwork

Get ready for a football feast as NFL Network unveils its star-studded broadcast teams for the Week 15 Saturday Showdown tripleheader on Dec. 16. The action-packed lineup promises to deliver gridiron excitement and captivating commentary from some of the best in the business.


1:00 p.m. ET – Minnesota Vikings vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Chris Rose and Jason McCourty, with Steve Wyche on the Sidelines

Kicking off the tripleheader, the Minnesota Vikings take on the Cincinnati Bengals in a clash that promises intensity and thrilling plays. The dynamic duo of Chris Rose and Jason McCourty will be in the booth, providing insightful commentary, while Steve Wyche reports from the sidelines, bringing fans closer to the action.

NFL is extending to Saturday coverage with these triple header Saturday games. Photo: @nflnetwork
NFL is extending to Saturday coverage with these triple header Saturday games. Photo: @nflnetwork

4:30 p.m. ET – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts

Rich Eisen and Kurt Warner, with Jamie Erdahl on the Sidelines

As the day progresses, Rich Eisen and Kurt Warner take the reins for the Pittsburgh Steelers versus Indianapolis Colts matchup. Expect an in-depth analysis and expert commentary as these two seasoned broadcasters dissect the plays. Sideline reporting duties will be handled by Jamie Erdahl, ensuring fans don't miss any of the behind-the-scenes drama.


8:15 p.m. ET – Denver Broncos vs. Detroit Lions

Kevin Harlan and Trent Green, with Melanie Collins on the Sidelines

The tripleheader concludes with an evening showdown between the Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions. Kevin Harlan and Trent Green will guide viewers through the action-packed game, and Melanie Collins will be on the sidelines, providing exclusive insights and updates.

In addition to the NFL Network broadcast, fans can catch each game on local stations in the markets of the competing teams, ensuring that the excitement reaches every corner of the country. The games will also be available for streaming on NFL+ and various authenticated platforms.

DEN has made a fierce season comeback with hopes to continue on Saturday. Photo: @nflnetwork
DEN has made a fierce season comeback with hopes to continue on Saturday. Photo: @nflnetwork

Pregame coverage begins at 10 a.m. ET with "NFL GameDay Kickoff," hosted by Andrew Siciliano, Steve Smith Sr., and Gerald McCoy, offering a comprehensive lead-up to the tripleheader. As the day unfolds, the broadcast team will provide in-depth analysis, player interviews, and all the highlights on "NFL GameDay Kickoff" at 4 p.m. ET and 7:30 p.m. ET.


The football extravaganza concludes with "NFL GameDay Final" at 11:30 p.m. ET, ensuring that fans get the ultimate wrap-up of the day's events. Colleen Wolfe, Michael Robinson, Maurice Jones-Drew, and Mike Garafolo will guide viewers through the post-game analysis, rounding off an unforgettable day of football action. Don't miss out on this Saturday football spectacle that promises to keep fans on the edge of their seats!













This is Dez Barnes of Pretty Girls Love Sports, a journalist on the MTMV Sports platform. She is a retired US Army veteran, professional cheerleader, pet mom, and avid sports lover. Feel free to follow her writings as she dives into the latest sports news! You can find her on all social media channels @PGLOVESPORTS.

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