The NFL. If you’re not watching it, you’re at least aware of it. The fans demand it, some more than others. This week’s most demanded games feature some divisional matchups, rematches and the continuation of Tebowmania.

New York Jets at Philadelphia Eagles

Coming in at No. 5 is a matchup between the struggling Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Jets at Lincoln Financial Field. The Jets seem to be back on track after coming away with three consecutive victoires over Buffalo, Washington and Kansas City. At 5-8, the Eagles are a longshot to make the playoffs and will need some help from other teams if they hope to reach the wildcard round. With Michael Vick still showing signs of not being 100%, look for the Eagles to lean heavily upon LeSean McCoy’s run game. Jets halfback Shonn Greene should receive the bulk of the carries for New York, as his four touchdowns in two games are a huge reason his team is back in the playoff hunt. Ticket prices for the game are averaging $148 today, but listings are available on SeatGeek for as low as $45.

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Sunday 4:15 PM Philadelphia, PA tickets from $67

Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears

Our No. 4 game between the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears plays as the rematch in a heated playoff battle from January. Without both starting quarterback Jay Cutler and halfback Matt Forte, the Bears are limping through the final stages of the season after riding a three-game losing streak. The Seahawks are surging after winning four of their last five games, but it still might not be enough to catch the competition. Seattle is currently trailing the Atlanta Falcons by two and half games and the Detroit Lions by two in the playoff standings. Tickets are averaging at $155 right now, but fans can still find listings on SeatGeek for as low as $67.

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Sunday 12:00 PM Chicago, IL tickets from $54

New England Patriots at Denver Broncos

The No. 3 most demanded game this week stars Tom Brady’s New England Patriots and Tim Tebow’s Denver Broncos. Tebowmania has swept the land as new believers are multiplying with every Broncos win, but can Tebow match the Patriot’s 2nd ranked passing unit and 3rd best scoring offense? Oddly enough, the Broncos held this same slot last week at No. 3 against the Chicago Bears, but demand has actually exploded this week against the Patriots. Since last Sunday’s overtime win against the Bears, ticket prices to this weekend’s Patriots game have shot up 40%, rising from an average of $168 for all tickets sold before Sunday to $236 for tickets sold this past week. Ticket prices are averaging at $181, but fans can find listings on SeatGeek starting at $151.

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Sunday 2:15 PM Denver, CO tickets from $142

Washington Redskins at New York Giants

Our second most demanded game this week is an NFC East divisional matchup between Eli Manning’s New York Giants and the reeling Washington Redskins. The teams debuted against one another in Week 1 as the Redskins began a three-game win streak to start the season. Fast forward to Week 15 and it’s an entirely different story. Washington has won just a single game in their last ten outings, while the Giants sit atop the division tied with the Dallas Cowboys. The saving grace for the Redskins may be the Giants’ questionable defense, ranked 30th in the league. Ticket prices are averaging at $192 right now with ‘get in’ prices starting at about $84 on SeatGeek. General admission seating can be found starting at $63.

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Sunday 1:00 PM East Rutherford, NJ tickets from $87

Pittsburgh Steelers at San Francisco 49ers

Finally, the No. 1 most demanded game for Week 15 features two storied NFL franchises in the San Francisco 49ers and Pittsburgh Steelers. As first-year head coach Jim Harbaugh has led San Francisco to an NFC best 10-3, demand has skyrocketed for 49ers tickets. The team currently leads all NFL teams in average ticket prices at $314.35, topping the New Orleans Saints ($243.40) and Green Bay Packers ($208.75). The 49ers also boast the NFL’s top rushing defense, meaning more pressure will likely be put on Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger to carry Pittsburgh’s scoring attack. With Roethlisberger suffering a nasty high ankle sprain last week against the Cleveland Browns, look for him to make quick release passes and checkdowns to Mike Wallace and Rashard Mendenhall. 49ers quarterback Alex Smith has been sacked a league-leading 39 times this season, so look for the famed Steelers D to bring the heat again this week. Tickets prices are averaging a league-high $304, but fans can still find listings on SeatGeek starting around $212.

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Monday 5:30 PM San Francisco, CA tickets from $169