NFL schedule Week 6: TV coverage, channels, scores for every football game today

For the first time this season, not every team will be in action this week.

Fresh off a trip to London, both the Jets and Falcons will be sitting this week, as well as the 49ers and Saints. But the Sunday slate of game will feature many promising matchups that figure to provide all football fans with some entertainment.

The Packers-Bears rivalry will have its latest edition on Sunday at Soldier Field. There will also be a pair of AFC North contenders facing off against stiff challenges from the west as the Ravens host the high-powered Chargers and the Browns host the undefeated Cardinals.

And like last week, there will be another early game to start the morning. The Dolphins and Jaguars will be in London for a 9:30 a.m. matchup in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the second and final game in London in 2021.

Sporting News has you covered for everything you need to watch the sixth week of the season.

NFL schedule this week: Week 6 TV coverage

Here’s the full schedule for Week 6 of the NFL season, plus final scores and how to watch every game live. 

Note: national broadcasts are listed in bold

Thursday, Oct. 14

Sunday, Oct. 17

Monday, Oct. 18

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How to watch NFL games in Week 6

The NFL will have three prime time games with matchups slated for Thursday, Sunday and Monday. The weekend will start Sunday morning on CBS with the Dolphins and Jaguars facing off in London. Sunday night, the Seahawks will test Geno Smith as the starting QB in place of Russell Wilson when they hit the road to face the Steelers at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC. The following night, two of the AFC’s top six offenses will match up with the Titans hosting the Bills. That game will be on ESPN.

The rest of the slate will be aired either on CBS or FOX. Check your local listings to see which games will be on your broadcast.

Canadian viewers can find the games on TSN, CTV and CTV2.

NFL scores Week 6

Thursday, Oct. 14

Sunday, Oct. 17

Monday, Oct. 18

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