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NFL Week 6 Late Games: Eagles could use help from Seattle and Arizona

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Late games, NFL Week 6, 2014.

Otto Greule Jr

Now that the NFL Week 6 early games are over, it's time for the late games. There are four games on tap. Eight teams are scheduled to play. Two of those teams include the Philadelphia Eagles' NFC East rivals.

The Washington Redskins (1-4) are out west on short rest (having played on Monday Night Football) to take on the Arizona Cardinals (3-1). The quarterback situation in Arizona has been unclear heading into this week but it appears Carson Palmer will start and play. Washington could easily be staring a 1-5 record right in the face.

The other NFC East team in action is the Dallas Cowboys (4-1). Like Washington, they are also set to play on the road against a tough NFC West opponent. The Cowboys will play the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks (3-1) at CenturyLink Field. A Dallas loss to Seattle would mean that the Sunday Night Football game between the Eagles and New York Giants (3-2) will decide first place in the NFC East for the time being.

Here's everything you need to know about how to watch the late games. Click here to see which game is broadcasted in your area. The Philadelphia area is scheduled to receive Cowboys-Seahawks on FOX.

San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders

Game time: 4:05 PM EST
TV schedule: CBS
Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon

Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals

Game time: 4:25 PM EST
TV schedule: FOX
Announcers: Dick Stockton, Brady Quinn

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons

Game time: 4:25 PM EST
TV schedule: FOX
Announcers: Justin Kutcher, David Diehl

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

Game time: 4:25 PM EST
TV schedule: FOX
Announcers: Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman

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