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NFL Week 12 TV schedule in Los Angeles: 49ers-Saints, Packers-Giants highlight Sunday

A pair of NFC playoff rematches highlight Sunday's NFL television schedule in Los Angeles, culminating in a battle of division leaders between the Packers and Giants on NBC.

Jamie Squire

Three days after watching three high-scoring games on Thanksgiving Day, the NFL is back with a full slate of games on Sunday. There are no byes in Week 12, and Sunday brings us 12 games to watch and enjoy. Here is the Sunday NFL television schedule for Los Angeles, highlighted by two playoff rematches from last season, between the San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints, and the Green Bay Packers and New York Giants.

10 a.m. - Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears (Fox)
The Bears will have Jay Cutler back under center as they look to snap a two-game skid, while the Vikings with a win (and a Green Bay loss) could be in a three-way tie for first place in the NFC North at day's end.

1 p.m. - Baltimore Ravens at San Diego Chargers (CBS)
Losers of five of their last six games, the Chargers are in desperate need of a win at 4-6, though they are only two games out of a playoff spot. The Ravens at 8-2 are in control in the AFC North and could move closer to a top-two seed and a playoff bye with a road win.

1 p.m. - San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints (Fox)
Alex Smith is healthy, but Colin Kaepernick will start at quarterback for the 49ers, who lead the NFC West by 1½ games and currently hold the number two seed in the NFC. New Orleans has recovered from its 0-4 start to even their record at 5-5, but they still have work to do for a playoff run.

5 p.m. - Green Bay Packers at New York Giants (NBC)
This battle of division leaders ends a full day of football on Sunday night, as the Packers are in search of their sixth straight win. The Giants meanwhile have lost two straight.