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NFL Week 6 TV Schedule and Times

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Some good games after the Eagles play

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We're on to Week 6 in the NFL.

Thursday
Time TV
Denver at San Diego 8:25 PM CBS
Sunday
Time TV
L.A. Rams at Detroit 1:00 PM FOX
San Francisco at Buffalo 1:00 PM FOX
Jacksonville at Chicago 1:00 PM CBS
Cleveland at Tennessee 1:00 PM CBS
Philadelphia at Washington 1:00 PM FOX
Baltimore at N.Y. Giants 1:00 PM CBS
Carolina at New Orleans 1:00 PM FOX
Pittsburgh at Miami 1:00 PM CBS
Cincinnati at New England 1:00 PM CBS
Kansas City at Oakland 4:05 PM CBS
Atlanta at Seattle 4:25 PM FOX
Dallas at Green Bay 4:25 PM FOX
Indianapolis at Houston 8:30 PM NBC
Monday
Time TV
N.Y. Jets at Arizona 8:30 PM ESPN

TV Coverage map by 506 Sports

Game of the Week

Atlanta at Seattle. The Falcons dispatched the Broncos last week 23-16, and face another road game against a strong defense. Increasing the difficulty: Seattle is coming off the bye. Beating the Broncos and Seahawks back to back seems a stretch for the Falcons, but the Seahawks haven't found any consistency yet this season.

Eagles related items

The Cowboys head to Lambeau, where Aaron Rodgers is either playing better at home or is playing better in his last two games, which just happen to be home games. The Packers run defense has been nothing short of spectacular, ranking first in yards per attempt, yards per game and showing that it's no mirage of traditional stats, they are 2nd in run defense DVOA. Meanwhile the Cowboys have one of the best running games with Ezekiel Elliott spearheading the attack and Dak Prescott throwing in some value as a runner. This is one of the best matchups

The Giants host the Ravens in what should be a completely unwatchable game. The Ravens have a strong run defense, the Giants have a terrible run offense, and neither team has a good passing offense either. Don't expect much on the highlight reel.

Jared Goff Watch

Yup, still not playing.

Vikings 1st Round Pick Watch

Yup, still on track to be the 32nd pick.