Don't have DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket? Well, neither do I. And yes, I will keep asking you this each week, until we all decide to purchase this marvelous invention. But for now, let us settle for terrestrial television offerings, highlighted this week by the Washington Redskins traveling to New York in an early game, and some guy named Tebow hosting the New England Patriots in the late game. After the jump, your NFL Week 15 television schedule:
Early Game, FOX, Washington @ New York Giants: Can the Redskins score a late season divisional win and potentially spoil the Giants' playoff plans? Fans of the Burgundy and Gold certainly hope so. Rex Grossman and Roy Helu might have huge days against a New York defense that has surrendered 465 yards and 35 points a game since Week 11. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman have the call, with the over/under on Aikman annoying Redskins fans set at the opening kickoff.
For more on the Redskins, please visit Hogs Haven, SB Nation's Redskins blog. For the perspective from the New York side of the story, please visit SB Nation New York and Big Blue View, SB Nation's Giants blog.
Early Game, CBS, Cincinnati @ St. Louis: A promising Bengals season, built on early season wins against lesser opponents, has crashed back to reality, with Cincinnati losing to the Steelers (twice), Ravens and Texans in the last five weeks to fall to 7-6. A game against the woeful Rams is just what the doctor ordered for Andy Dalton and Company. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf guide you through this potential snorefest.
Late Game, CBS, New England @ Denver: Tom Brady and the Patriots head to the land of Tebow. You've probably not heard much about this game, seems folks are really downplaying it. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be delivering the hyperbole for three and a half straight hours.