Oct 6, 2013; St. Louis, MO, USA; NFL footballs have pink ribbons on them for breast cancer awareness month during a game between the St. Louis Rams and the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Edward Jones Dome. St. Louis defeated Jacksonville 34-20. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Week 6 TV schedule

Week 6 of the NFL regular season gets in to full swing in a matter of hours with a full slate of Sunday games on the schedule. Most of the attention will be on the New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots match up and how badly the Jacksonville Jaguars will lose to the Denver Broncos, but there are fans all across the nation that will be wondering when and where their team is set to kickoff.

Here is the complete television schedule for Week 6 action, so you know exactly when and where to tune in to watch your favorite team play:

Washington at Dallas 8:30 PM NBC AT&T Stadium
Cincinnati at Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS Ralph Wilson Stadium
Detroit at Cleveland 1:00 PM FOX FirstEnergy Stadium
Oakland at Kansas City 1:00 PM CBS Arrowhead Stadium
Carolina at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX Mall of America Field
Pittsburgh at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS MetLife Stadium
Philadelphia at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM FOX Raymond James Stadium
Green Bay at Baltimore 1:00 PM FOX M&T Bank Stadium
St. Louis at Houston 1:00 PM FOX Reliant Stadium
Jacksonville at Denver 4:05 PM CBS Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Tennessee at Seattle 4:05 PM CBS CenturyLink Field
Arizona at San Francisco 4:25 PM FOX Candlestick Park
New Orleans at New England 4:25 PM FOX Gillette Stadium
Indianapolis at San Diego 8:30 PM Qualcomm Stadium

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