As the Giants prepare to face the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday night, what other squads are suiting up? Here's your complete Week 5 Sunday NFL schedule, including game times, TV channels, announcers, odds, live streaming, radio and more. All games are streamed via NFL Game Pass.
Use this as your open thread for all of Sunday's action.
Washington Redskins (2-2) at Atlanta Falcons (4-0)
The Falcons will look to sweep the NFC East early in the season with a Week 5 victory against the Redskins. The running game will be what to watch for, as Atlanta running back Devonta Freeman has scored six touchdowns in the past two games. Washington is buoyed by Alfred Morris and Matt Jones, who leads rookie running backs in rushing yards.
New Orleans Saints (1-3) at Philadelphia Eagles (1-3)
After a thrilling overtime win against the Dallas Cowboys, the Saints travel to the City of Brotherly Love to get win number two. As for the Eagles, they're returning home after a last-second loss to the Redskins in Week 4. Former Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins, now with the Eagles, leads Philadelphia with 26 tackles and will be paramount to limiting the effectiveness of Drew Brees and the Saints' passing attack.
Game Time: 1 p.m.
New England Patriots (3-0) at Dallas Cowboys (2-2)
Tom Brady and company travel to the Big D for a game in which Giants fans will probably hope for a tie, so that neither team wins. Infamous defensive end Greg Hardy makes his return for the Cowboys after a four-game suspension. Rob Grownkowski needs just two touchdowns to become the fifth tight end in NFL history to reach 60 career touchdowns.
Seattle Seahawks (2-2) at Cincinnati Bengals (4-0)
St. Louis Rams (2-2) at Green Bay Packers (4-0)
Rookie Todd Gurley has been electric for the Rams and was a huge key in their victory over the Cardinals last week. However, St. Louis will face no easy task when they travel up to Lambeau Field to face the undefeated Packers. Aaron Rodgers is still an MVP caliber quarterback, and the Green Bay defense has played well of late.
Buffalo Bills (2-2) at Tennessee Titans (1-2)
The Bills are coming off two straight losses to the Giants and Patriots, but should be able to adjust to play against quick passing offenses. If not, rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota may be in a favorable position to capitalize. He's just the second player in NFL history with 8 touchdown passes in his first three NFL games.