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NFL TV schedule, Week 15: 49ers visit Patriots and Raiders host Chiefs

The TV coverage maps and schedule for which NFL games will be broadcast in the Bay Area on Sunday of Week 15.

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The final weeks of the NFL season are here and there are a number of games on the Week 15 schedule with playoff implications. The Bay Area's two teams have very different matchups as the Raiders host the 2-11 Chiefs while the 49ers go to New England to test the Patriots.

Lets take a look at which games will be broadcast on TV for football fans in Northern California. All information and TV coverage maps courtesy of The506.com.

FOX Early game: All of Northern California will see the Chicago Bears host the Green Bay Packers in a battle between Jay Cutler and Aaron Rogers. Kickoff is scheduled for 10 a.m. PT with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on the call.

CBS Early Game: Two different games will be shown in Northern California depending on where viewers tune in from. San Francisco and the Bay Area will get the Indianapolis Colts against the Houston Texans, kicking off at 10 a.m. PT from Houston with Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts on the call. Viewers outside of that area will see the Denver Broncos at the Baltimore Ravens, kicking off at the same time. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf will have the call from Baltimore.

CBS Late game: The afternoon option is the Oakland Raiders hosting the Kansas City Chiefs at O.Co Coliseum. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:25 p.m. PT between the 2-11 Chiefs and the 3-10 Raiders. Kevin Harlan will provide play-by-play while Solomon Wilcots adds the commentary. A small area at the northern border will see the Pittsburgh Steelers at Dallas Cowboys, be sure to check the maps to see which game will be shown in your area.

NBC Sunday Night Football: The national game on Sunday sees the San Francisco 49ers travel across the country to face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:20 p.m. PT with the usual crew of Al Michaels and Cris Colinsworth in the commentary booth.