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NFL Week 6 schedule, game times, TV channels, match-ups

NEW YORK ( — NFL Week 6 schedule continues on Sunday with another packed line up of interesting games and match-ups.

Bye teams this week are the Kansas City Chiefs and the New Orleans Saints.

Week 6 officially started on Thursday night with Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts handing the Houston Texas back-to-back defeats, following the 33-28 score.


On Sunday, two struggling teams, the Jacksonville Jaguars (0-5) go in search of their first win of the season when they travel to face the Tennessee Titans (1-4), who are currently on a four game losing streak. This game is live on CBS at 1:00 PM ET, so please check your local stations.

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (3-1) are at the MetLife Stadium where they will face a New York Jets (1-4) side looking to overcome Week 5 embarrassing 31-0 defeat to the San Diego Chargers. The Jets are also on a four game losing streak.

Another highlighted game in NFL Week 6 is set to come from the Paul Brown Stadium where the Cincinnati Bengals (3-1) will try to return to winning ways against the Carolina Panthers (3-2).

The Bengals had their three game winning streak snapped the last time out after falling 43-17 at the New England Patriots, but the hosts are ready for a quick return to positive results again.

New England (3-2) opened some eyes last week with their win at home against the Bengals and the Patriots are ready to show that they are a team on the up by beating the Buffalo Bills on the road at Ralph Wilson Stadium

Star quarterback Tom Brady, who was listed as questionable for the game because of an ankle problem, will start against the Bills on Sunday.

The Bills (3-2) are also confident of pulling off a victory after snapping a two game losing streak with a close 17-14 win over the Detroit Lions last week, and head coach Doug Marrone is calling on the fans to come out and give the team the extra support needed.

Carolina comes into the game on the back of a 31-24 win over the Chicago Bears, a victory that stopped a two game losing streak.

Elsewhere on the day, Oakland Raiders (0-4) hunt their first win this season when they host San Diego, a big match-up is set for the CenturyLink Field where the Dallas Cowboys (4-1) on a four game win streak, take on the dangerous Seattle Seahawks (3-1).

Sunday Night Football on NBC and NBC Sports sees the New York Giants going to the Philadelphia Eagles, while Monday Night Football on ESPN and WatchESPN, puts the San Francisco 49ers and the St. Louis Rams together at Lincoln Financial Field.

Jacksonville at Tennessee 1:00 PM CBS LP Field
Baltimore at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM CBS Raymond James Stadium
Denver at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS MetLife Stadium
Detroit at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX TCF Bank Stadium
New England at Buffalo 1:00 PM FOX Ralph Wilson Stadium
Carolina at Cincinnati 1:00 PM FOX Paul Brown Stadium
Pittsburgh at Cleveland 1:00 PM CBS FirstEnergy Stadium
Green Bay at Miami 1:00 PM FOX Sun Life Stadium
San Diego at Oakland 4:05 PM CBS Coliseum
Chicago at Atlanta 4:25 PM FOX Georgia Dome
Dallas at Seattle 4:25 PM FOX CenturyLink Field
Washington at Arizona 4:25 PM FOX U of Phoenix Stadium
NY Giants at Philadelphia 8:30 PM NBC Lincoln Financial Field
San Francisco at St. Louis 8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN Edward Jones Dome

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