Today’s NFL games: schedule, channels, live streaming for October 15

Heading into Week 6 of the 2023 NFL season, only two teams are undefeated: the San Francisco 49ers (5-0) and Philadelphia Eagles (5-0). Both teams are on the road this weekend, with the Niners in Cleveland and the Eagles in New Jersey. San Francisco and Philadelphia will meet on December 3. Will this be a battle of unbeatable teams?

There are 13 NFL games Sunday, October 15. One of those games is the final London game in the 2023 NFL International Series, and features the Baltimore Ravens (3-2) and Tennessee Titans (2-3). To watch all the NFL action, fans can sign up for NFL Sunday Ticket via YouTube TV, which offers a free trial to new subscribers.

Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans start time, channel and live stream

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  • Start time: 09:30 ET
  • Channel: NFL Network
  • Small river: NFL+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

London’s third and final game of 2023 will pit Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens against Derrick Henry and the Tennessee Titans. The match will be played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England. Both the Ravens and Titans enter Sunday’s game on the back of tough losses, so each team will be looking to get back on track.

Washington Commanders at Atlanta Falcons start time, channel and live stream

  • Start time: 1 pm ET
  • Channel: CBS
  • Small river: NFL+, Most importantly+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV

Is there anything Bijan Robinson can’t do? As evidenced in the tweet above, the talented rookie running back can catch the ball off his back. Robison is the main reason why the Falcons (3-2) are above .500. In Week 6, the Falcons welcomed the Washington Commanders (2-3), who were embarrassed Thursday Night Football in Week 5.

Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears start time, channel and live stream

Kirk Cousins ​​​​and Justin Jefferson run down the field for the Minnesota Vikings.
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  • Start time: 1 pm ET
  • Channel: Fox
  • Small river: NFL+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

Things are going from bad to worse for the Minnesota Vikings (1-4) as star receiver Justin Jefferson will miss at least four weeks with a hamstring injury. With his name in trade rumors, will Kirk Cousins ​​be the quarterback when Jefferson returns? For now, the Vikings will try to salvage their season against the Chicago Bears (1-4), who scored 40 points in the Week 5 to beat Commander.

Seattle Seahawks at Cincinnati Bengals start time, channel and live stream

  • Start time: 1 pm ET
  • Channel: CBS
  • Small river: NFL+, Most importantly+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV

The game between the Seattle Seahawks (3-1) and the Cincinnati Bengals (2-3) has the potential to be the best game of the day. Seattle had a bye last week and will be well rested for the game. For the Bengals, their offense exploded in Week 5, scoring 34 points thanks to a three-touchdown performance from Ja’Marr Chase. Let’s see if Joe Burrow can pull off a winning streak two weeks in a row.

San Francisco 49ers at Cleveland Browns start time, channel and live stream

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  • Start time: 1 pm ET
  • Channel: Fox
  • Small river: NFL+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

The 49ers went hard after their 42-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys (3-2). San Francisco is the team to beat in the NFL. Standing in the way of the 49ers is the Cleveland Browns. Unfortunately for Cleveland, they will have to do without quarterback Deshaun Watson, who is expected to miss the game with a shoulder injury.

New Orleans Saints at Houston Texans start time, channel and live stream

  • Start time: 1 pm ET
  • Channel: Fox
  • Small river: NFL+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

The New Orleans Saints (3-2) pierced the hearts of Patriots fans in Week 5 with a 34-0 win over New England. The Saints will look to build on their momentum against one of the surprise teams of 2023, the Houston Texans (2-3). CJ Stroud continues to improve with every start and looks like the Texas franchise quarterback.

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars start time, channel and live stream

Trevor Lawrence stretches out his hand to catch the ball.
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  • Start time: 1 pm ET
  • Channel: CBS
  • Small river: NFL+, Most importantly+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV

First place in the AFC South is on the line when the Indianapolis Colts (3-2) travel to Florida to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2). The Colts will be without rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson, who will miss several weeks with a shoulder injury. Meanwhile, the Jaguars return to the US after winning two games in London.

Carolina Panthers at Miami Dolphins start time, channel and live stream

  • Start time: 1 pm ET
  • Channel: CBS
  • Small river: NFL+, Most importantly+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV

The Carolina Panthers (0-5) have yet to win a game, and their losing streak will likely continue against the Miami Dolphins (4-1). Miami’s 2,568 yards of total offense is the most in NFL history through five games. However, the Dolphins will be without freshman De’Von Achane, who will be out for the next four weeks with a knee injury.

New England Patriots at Las Vegas Raiders start time, channel and live stream

  • Start time: 16:05 WIB
  • Channel: CBS
  • Small river: NFL+, Most importantly+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV

We have officially reached the lowest point of the Bill Belichick era. The New England Patriots (1-4) haven’t scored a touchdown since Sept. 24. If Mac Jones can’t score a touchdown on Sunday, expect a new starting quarterback for the Patriots in Week 7. The Patriots head to Sin City to face the Las Vegas Raiders (2-3) and head coach Josh McDaniels, who won six Super Bowls as an assistant coach in New England.

Detroit Lions at Tampa Bay Buccaneers start time, channel and live stream

Jared Goff ran onto the court and pointed.
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  • Start time: 16:25 WIB
  • Channel: Fox
  • Small river: NFL+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

The sneaky “Game of the Week” features the Detroit Lions (4-1) traveling to Florida to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-1). The Lions look like a team capable of competing with the Niners and Eagles for the right to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. However, the Buccaneers are a nimble team led by Baker Mayfield. If Tampa wins on Sunday, it will send shockwaves throughout the league.

Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams start time, channel and live stream

  • Start time: 16:25 WIB
  • Channel: Fox
  • Small river: NFL+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

In this competition of NFC West teams, the Los Angeles Rams (2-3) dominate the Arizona Cardinals (1-4). Since 2017, the Rams have won 11 of their last 14 matchups with the Cardinals. The Rams offense welcomed Cooper Kupp back to the offense last week, and he responded with eight receptions and 118 yards. Look for Kupp to replicate his production against the Cardinals.

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets start time, channel and live stream

Jalen Hurts of the Eagles ran and stared.
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  • Start time: 16:25 WIB
  • Channel: Fox
  • Small river: NFL+, YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

The Eagles (5-0) have yet to lose a game. However, the Eagles haven’t looked like the team that reached the Super Bowl last season. Whether that is a good or bad sign is yet to be determined. The Eagles now head north to MetLife Stadium to take on the New York Jets (2-3), who salvaged their season in Week 5 with a win over the Denver Broncos (1-5).

New York Giants at Buffalo Bills start time, channel and live stream

  • Start time: 8:20 PM ET
  • Channel: NBC
  • Small river: NFL+,

    , YouTubeTV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, Sling TV

The New York Giants (1-4) are a mess. The injury bug is alive at the Giants’ facility, as many key players will be out against the Bills, including starting quarterback Daniel Jones (neck). To make matters worse, the Giants now face a Buffalo Bills (3-2) team that lost badly to the Jacksonville Jaguars. This game screams explosion.

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