NFL schedule 2012: Giants face Falcons, Jets on Monday Night Football in Week 15

Jeff Zelevansky

The Week 15 NFL schedule is packed with plenty of big games.

The NFL playoffs are right around the corner. Both teams from the New York area are in the hunt for a playoff berth, and they have two big games on the slate in Week 15.

The Giants head to the Georgia Dome to face the 11-2 Atlanta Falcons. This could be a potential playoff rematch of last year's game that saw New York win in blowout fashion. The Jets are somehow still in the hunt in the weak AFC, and they'll play on Monday Night against the slumping Titans.

As for the weekend's other big games, a potential Super Bowl preview is set when the 49ers head to New England to take on Tom Brady and the Patriots. Kickoff is set for 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon.

Here is a full look at the schedule for Week 15.

Thursday, Dec. 13

  • Cincinnati at Philadelphia
Sunday, Dec 16
  • Seattle at Buffalo
  • New York Giants at Atlanta
  • Minnesota at St. Louis
  • Jacksonville at Miami
  • Green Bay at Chicago
  • Washington at Cleveland
  • Denver at Baltimore
  • Indianapolis at Houston
  • Tampa Bay at New Orleans
  • Detroit at Arizona
  • Carolina at San Diego
  • Pittsburgh at Dallas
  • Kansas City at Oakland
  • San Francisco at New England
Monday, Dec. 17
Check out SI.com for more NFL coverage.

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