As the Giants prepare to face the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night, what teams will be in action this Sunday? Here's your complete Week 6 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 (2-3) at New York Jets (3-1)
Kirk Cousins and the Redskins will hope to rebound after an overtime loss to Atlanta when they go to MetLife Stadium to face the Jets, who are coming off a bye week. Cousins is second in the NFL in completions and has a 68.1 completion percentage this season. For the Jets, Chris Ivory had a career day against the Dolphins in London, rushing for 166 yards. Darrelle Revis leads the NFL with five total takeaways.
Announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Holly Sonders
Odds: Redskins +6
Jesse's Pick: Jets
Redskins blog: Hogs Haven
Jets blog: Gang Green Nation
Arizona Cardinals (4-1) at Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2)
In a rematch of Super Bowl XLIII, this game expects to be a scoring extravaganza. The Cardinals lead the NFL in points scored and point differential, while the Steelers boast two of the most touted playmakers in the NFL in Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown. On defense, rookie Bud Dupree is making a name on the Pittsburgh defense, as he is currently tied for first among all rookies in sacks.
Cardinals Blog: Revenge of the Birds
Steelers Blog: Behind the Steel Curtain
Cincinnati Bengals (5-0) at Buffalo Bills (3-2)
Andy Dalton and the Bengals seem to keep on chugging, last week mounting a dramatic comeback victory over the Seattle Seahawks. Cincy will face another tough defense this week, as Rex Ryan and the Bills sport one of the best rush defenses in the NFL. However, the Bills are one of the worst pass defenses in the league, which makes A.J. Green one of the most dangerous offensive weapons to watch this Sunday.
Denver Broncos (5-0) at Cleveland Browns (2-3)
The Broncos are another unbeaten team that looks to continue its winning ways this week against the Browns. Usually, it's Peyton Manning and the offense that propels Denver, but this year, it's DeMarcus Ware and the Broncos defense that is pacing the team. Speaking of Ware, he needs just 1.5 sacks to pass Lawrence Taylor for 11th most sacks in NFL history. Cleveland quarterback Josh McCown passed for a team record 457 yards in the club's 33-30 overtime victory against the Ravens.
Carolina Panthers (4-0) at Seattle Seahawks (2-3)
The Seahawks continue to slug through the toughest part of their schedule, facing their second straight undefeated team in the Panthers. The quarterback matchup may be the most intriguing one in this contest, as Cameron Newton has scored five touchdowns, with no turnovers, in his past two games, while Russell Wilson sports a 4-0 record against the Panthers.