Last week was a pretty rough draw for football, as the NFL chose to force the Packers-Cowboys game down your throat and go with the bold strategy of having just two afternoon kickoffs. That won’t be the case for Week 6, as we have four late kicks on deck. Here’s the matchups.
- Atlanta Falcons (1-4) at Arizona Cardinals (1-3-1)
- San Francisco 49ers (4-0) at Los Angeles Rams (3-2)
- Tennessee Titans (2-3) at Denver Broncos (1-4)
- Dallas Cowboys (3-2) at New York Jets (0-4)
CBS’ top duo of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will handle the Cowboys-Jets game, but that’s hardly the game that will get all the attention. The 49ers will have a huge test on their hands taking on NFC West rival Los Angeles, as the Rams look to make the Patriots as the league’s last undefeated team when it’s all said and done.
Meanwhile, the Dan Quinn hot seat watch will continue for the Falcons, who could very well get upset by Kyler Murray and company. The Titans look to avenge a horrible showing against the Bills last week, while the Broncos look to build off the momentum they got from beating the Chargers to earn their first win of the season.