NFL TV Schedule 2013: Week 6 Coverage Listings for Every Game
Week 6 of the 2013 NFL season promises to be a good one, with all but two teams (the Miami Dolphins and Atlanta Falcons are on bye) set to play.
With so much football action, you’ll need to make sure you are ready to jump between your locally televised contests and NFL RedZone, ensuring you catch all the scores and big plays from all the games.
Here’s a look at the complete television schedule and slate of games in Week 6, plus a closer peek at a handful of contests you just aren’t going to want to miss.
|Date||Away Team||Home Team||Time (ET)||Network|
|Thursday, Oct. 10||New York Giants||Chicago Bears||8:25 p.m.||NFL|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Cincinnati Bengals||Buffalo Bills||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Detroit Lions||Cleveland Browns||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Oakland Raiders||Kansas City Chiefs||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Carolina Panthers||Minnesota Vikings||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Pittsburgh Steelers||New York Jets||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Green Bay Packers||Baltimore Ravens||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||St. Louis Rams||Houston Texans||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Jacksonville Jaguars||Denver Broncos||4:05 p.m.||CBS|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Tennessee Titans||Seattle Seahawks||4:05 p.m.||CBS|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Arizona Cardinals||San Francisco 49ers||4:25 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||New Orleans Saints||New England Patriots||4:25 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 13||Washington Redskins||Dallas Cowboys||8:30 p.m.||NBC|
|Monday, Oct. 14||Indianapolis Colts||San Diego Chargers||8:30 p.m.||ESPN|
Denver Broncos (5-0) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-5)
This one will be interesting to watch due the lopsided nature of the affair. It’s a classic David vs. Goliath battle, only if David were the most dysfunctional football team of the modern era and Goliath were a Super Bowl-favorite led by arguably the best quarterback of all time—Peyton Manning.
To make things worse for the Jags, they have to travel across the country and play in the unfavorable altitude of the Mile High City. It’s the worst-case scenario imaginable and a large reason why sportsbooks—such as Bovada.lv—have installed Jacksonville as a 27-point underdog.
Considering everyone on the field is a paid professional player, the spread is just ridiculous. Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide program might get spotted fewer points if it were to play the Broncos on the road.
Basically, this is a rare opportunity to see a team that is taking the game to new heights go up against a squad mired with every issue imaginable.
However—as is always the case with the National Football League—anything could happen on any given Sunday, so make sure you tune in and see if the Jags have even a remote shot of keeping this one interesting.
New England Patriots (4-1) vs. New Orleans Saints (5-0)
Two powerhouses collide on Sunday afternoon in a contest where the outcome will have ramifications that will very likely extend into the postseason in terms of seeding and home-field advantage.
The Pats are coming off a tough loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, in which the roaring crowd and pouring rain hindered their ability to score a touchdown when they needed one. Their normally high-powered offense sputtered to just six points in Week 5, but it shouldn’t remain down for long.
Which team will win this matchup?
Superstar tight end Rob Gronkowski is expected to return to face the Saints, and it couldn’t come at a better time. His combination of size, speed, skill and pass-catching ability is just what quarterback Tom Brady needs in the red area, especially against a solid defense like New Orleans.
While the New England defense has been stout in 2013, Drew Brees and the Saints are putting up more than 326 yards per game via the air. They are going to get their points, and it seems the only way to beat them is to put more touchdowns on the board.
Make sure you tune in to to see a back-and-forth shootout that will come right down to the wire.
Washington Redskins (1-3) vs. Dallas Cowboys (2-3)
The wide-open NFC East is at very much at stake on Sunday Night Football, with the Washington Redskins returning from a much-needed bye to host the Dallas Cowboys.
No team in the beleaguered division has more than two notches in the “W” column, and even the winless New York Giants are somehow still in the hunt heading into Week 6.
With a victory here, the ‘Skins could get back on track and set themselves up for another late run to take the NFC East crown—just as they did last year. The Cowboys will be trying to stop that from happening and get an early advantage over their rival.
Both sides have every reason to believe they will come out of this one ahead, as Washington had a week to heal up from injury and allow superstar quarterback Robert Griffin III to hopefully find his legs. He’s been struggling to run in 2013, and his one-dimensional game is being exposed by defenses.
Dallas is coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Broncos, in which signal-caller Tony Romo out-dueled Peyton Manning for most of the day but threw a game-sealing interception in the final moments. If Romo can play at that level again, there is little hope for the ‘Skins to keep pace.
Definitely tune in to this Sunday Night Football matchup to see two rivals go blow-for-blow with a ton of playoff implications on the line.
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