Jets-Packers and Ravens-Giants are among the most intriguing NFL games in Week 6, but what contests will be available in your area?
While Week 5 was a bit of a dud in terms of intriguing games, Week 6 has drama in spades. The epic rematch between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs is the headliner while Sunday Night Football features a battle for first place in the NFC East between Cooper Rush’s Dallas Cowboys and Jalen Hurts’ Philadelphia Eagles.
There are also some intriguing games in the early window, including the Ravens’ trip to MetLife Stadium to take on the 4-1 Giants and the surprising Jets heading to Lambeau to take on the Packers, but what games will be available in your area and who will be calling the action? Check out this week’s NFL TV Coverage Maps, courtesy of 506 Sports, to find out. Teams on bye this week include the Las Vegas Raiders, Tennessee Titans, Detroit Lions and Houston Texans.
NFL Week 6 TV Coverage Maps
Thursday, Oct. 13
Thursday Night Football (Amazon Prime)
Washington Commanders (1-4) at Chicago Bears (2-3): Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit
The Thursday night game this week features the struggling Commanders heading to Chicago to take on the 2-3 Bears. Offense might be hard to come by in this game so it won’t be surprising to see Al Michaels’ frustration emerge again.
Sunday, Oct. 16
New York Jets (3-2) at Green Bay Packers (3-2) (Dark Blue): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2) at Pittsburgh Steelers (1-4) (Red): Joe Davis (or Brandon Gaudin), Daryl Johnston
San Francisco 49ers (3-2) at Atlanta Falcons (2-3) (Yellow): Adam Amin (or Chris Myers), Mark Schlereth
Minnesota Vikings (4-1) at Miami Dolphins (3-2) (Orange): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma
Carolina Panthers (1-4) at Los Angeles Rams (2-3) (Green, 4:05 p.m.): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez
Arizona Cardinals (2-3) at Seattle Seahawks (2-3) (Light Blue, 4:05 p.m.): Chris Myers (or Noah Eagle), Robert Smith
America’s Game of the Week is the Jets-Packers showdown in the early window so Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen will be at Lambeau Field. There is some announcer uncertainty as Davis and/or Amin may not be on the call of their respective games if their baseball playoff series are still active as of Sunday while the Seahawks game may be time-shifted if the Mariners are hosting Game 4 on Sunday afternoon.
CBS (Early Window)
Baltimore Ravens (3-2) at New York Giants (4-1) (Red): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis
New England Patriots (2-3) at Cleveland Browns (2-3) (Blue): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green
Cincinnati Bengals (2-3) at New Orleans Saints (2-3) (Green): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta
Jacksonville Jaguars (2-3) at Indianapolis Colts (2-2-1) (Yellow): Andrew Catalon, James Lofton
The highlight of CBS’ early window is the Ravens-Giants clash at MetLife Stadium which will go to the vast majority of the country. The other three games will be regional contests.
CBS (Late Window)
Buffalo Bills (4-1) at Kansas City Chiefs (4-1): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
CBS will not have an undercard for the Bills-Chiefs game, which is the first true national game for the network this season.
Sunday Night Football (NBC)
Dallas Cowboys (4-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-0): Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth
The Eagles will look to stay undefeated as they host Cooper Rush and the Cowboys on Sunday night. Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth are on the call for the capper of an excellent day of football.
Monday, Oct. 17
Monday Night Football (ESPN)
Denver Broncos (2-3) at Los Angeles Chargers (3-2): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
America will be subject to a fourth primetime game for the Broncos in six weeks as Denver heads West for a divisional showdown against the Chargers. There will not be a Manningcast this week.