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With week 15 of the NFL here, teams are trying to make one last push to secure a playoff spot. There’s still a lot to play for and the games are more important than they have been all season.

Here are 5 things to watch for in week 15:

1. Can the Dolphins handle the Buffalo cold?

The Dolphins head to Buffalo on Saturday night to play in what forecasts say will be 28-degree weather along with snow. The Dolphins and Tua Tagovailoa have struggled in cold weather, needing heaters on the sidelines in Los Angeles when the weather was in the mid-fifties. This could be a key matchup in determining who wins the AFC East.

2. Burrow Vs. Brady

In a matchup between the best quarterback who’s ever played the sport and a young quarterback who is as talented as any in the NFL right now, the Bengals versus Buccaneers will be must-see TV. The Bengals are one the hottest teams in the NFL while the Bucs have had a disappointing season, despite leading their division.

3. NFC East Showdown

The Giants and Commanders will face off in a rematch from week 13, when the game ended in a tie, 20-20. Both teams need this win to keep pace in the wild card. The Giants have cooled off of late while the Commanders have made a strong late-season push.

4. Titans Vs. Chargers

The Titans have lost 3 in a row and went from being one of the best teams in the NFL to a bit of a question mark. The Chargers have hovered around .500 all season but are led by Justin Herbert, one of the most talented QBs in the NFL. This will be a good litmus test for both squads who are trying to find their footing.

5. Can Falcons, Saints, Or Panthers Make A Run At NFC South?

The NFC South has been the worst division in football this season. All four squads are under .500 and the Bucs, who are in first place, are facing off against the Bengals who can’t lose right now. Can any of the other teams make a late-season push at the division title? None of these squads will give anyone too much confidence, but this division is still relatively up for grabs.

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