Buffalo Bills' Week 15 matchup vs. Steelers flexed to prime time

Vikings-Chargers game Dec. 15 flexed from night to afternoon

Buffalo Bills' Week 15 matchup vs. Steelers flexed to prime time

The game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Chargers will be played at 3:05 central time live from Carson, California on Sunday, Dec. 15.

The Vikings-Chargers game set for December 15 in Los Angeles has changed from a night game to a late afternoon game after NBC flexed the Bills-Steelers game to the night start.

Kansas City Chiefs: With QB Patrick Mahomes' knee injury long forgotten, the Chiefs got a massive 40-9 win over division rival Oakland on Sunday to improve to 8-4.

Josh Allen and the Bills passed their Thanksgiving audition against the Cowboys and earned a Week 15 prime-time slot.

Two teams, one from each conference, will be the ones to watch right up until the final whistle of the regular season. The Bill are now 9-3 but because they have to play in the same division as the New England Patriots can do no better than the No. 5 seed in the AFC.

They put on a show with several highlight-reel plays in Thursday's defeat of the Cowboys and now have another chance to prove to a national audience that their hot start is no fluke.

The NFL took advantage of its flex scheduling option on Sunday, moving the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers into prime time for Week 15.

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