Week 15 of the NFL's regular season just so happens to feature some of the best matchups of the year. Six games feature matchups of potential Super Bowl contenders, with half of those involving showdowns of division leaders. These teams will be battling for division titles, playoff appearances, seeding, and pride. How do you see the big games on Sunday playing out?

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Giants at Falcons

The Falcons are coming off an upset loss to the Panthers, but this game may be more important for the Giants, who are fighting to keep their top spot in the NFC East.


Packers at Bears

Green Bay has beaten Chicago once this season, but the Bears are still awfully close to the Packers in the race for first in the NFC North.


Broncos at Ravens

Peyton Manning's Broncos are on an eight-game winning streak, while Joe Flacco's Ravens team is trying to stop a two-game skid that could severely affect their playoff seeding.


Colts at Texans

The Texans will try to get back on track after a 42-14 loss to the Patriots; meanwhile, Andrew Luck has the Colts well-positioned to win a wild card spot in his rookie year.


Steelers at Cowboys

The Cowboys have won three of their last four games while fighting for a playoff spot, while injuries have caused the Steelers to lose three of their last four.


49ers at Patriots

The switch to Colin Kaepernick has worked out relatively well so far for the 49ers, but he'll have his hands full against a New England defense that suddenly looks pretty good.


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