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TITANS VS TEXANS
Nissan Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The Titans took all of the anxiety and ridicule of their three-week break out on the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday night. The oddity that is their 2020 schedule resumes on a most atypical “short” week at Houston, where the Texans are celebrating their first win of the season. Deshaun Watson played well in his first game without Bill O’Brien on the sideline. Watson spread the ball around and the Texans didn’t resist vertical shots when they were available. Having time to take those shots against the Titans could be the issue in Week 6. Jadeveon Clowney faces his old team, now as a member of the Titans, who made life difficult for Josh Allen and Buffalo’s passing game last week. The Titans will pound the rock behind a jelling offensive line and power back Derrick Henry. Henry presents a difficult matchup for the Texans, one of the league’s worst in terms of tackling accuracy. Play-action with quarterback Ryan Tannehill could pave the way for another big point total from the Titans.
BUCCANEERS VS PACKERS
Raymond James Stadium | 7:25am AEDT
Tom Brady and the Bucs dropped a one-point game to the Chicago Bears and get the NFC North-leading Packers (4-0) at home this week. Brady, coming off of an extended break after the Thursday night game, and Aaron Rodgers are two of the NFL’s most precise passers. Both will look for the splash play if pass protection holds. Brady was under duress much of the second half at Chicago and the Packers bring a formidable rush and stout three-man defensive line. The Packers are 4-0 and coming back from the bye week expecting wide receiver Davante Adams back in the fold. Green Bay’s opponents are a combined 5-15 to date, and the Packers are facing their biggest test on the road Sunday. There will be some testing for the Bucs, too. Green Bay is putting up 38 points per game while ranking second in yards per game (454.3), fourth in rushing yards (150.8) and fifth in passing yardage (303.5).
49ERS VS RAMS
Levi’s Stadium | 11:20am AEDT
Thriving on both offense and defense, the Rams figure to have more on their mind than improving their 4-1 start to the season. Revenge could very well be the Rams’ motivator after they lost twice to the 49ers last season, including an embarrassing 20-7 home defeat last year that was not nearly as close as the score might indicate. The Rams scored on their first drive but never came close to the end zone again as quarterback Jared Goff passed for a career-low 78 yards. Goff looks back to 2018 levels when he threw 32 TD passes with 12 interceptions and took the Rams to the Super Bowl. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald leads the NFL with 7.5 sacks. The 49ers (2-3) are set to give QB Jimmy Garoppolo another shot to start after his return from a high ankle sprain last week was halted after one half against the Dolphins. San Francisco was crushed 43-17 by the Dolphins with injuries to three cornerbacks hurting their chances to slow the Miami passing game. The 49ers’ offensive line will have their hands full with a Rams defense that has eight sacks last weekend at Washington. Sunday’s game starts a rugged stretch for the 49ers where they face the Rams twice, in addition to the Patriots, Seahawks, Packers, Saints and Bills.
STEELERS VS BROWNS
Heinz Field | 4:00am AEDT
On a four-game winning streak and off to their best start in over 25 years, the Browns (4-1) now enter a true test of their revival with a game against the undefeated Steelers (4-0). Cleveland quarterback Baker Mayfield has been slowed in practice this week with a chest injury from a hard hit Sunday against the Colts. Mayfield has guided an offense that is fourth in the NFL with 31.2 points per game. The Cleveland rushing attack has an NFL-best 188.4 yards per game with Kareem Hunt (347 yards) picking up for an injured Nick Chubb (335). Back from last year’s elbow injury and looking as good as ever, Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has been efficient, completing passes at a 70-percent rate. The Steelers are in the middle of the pack in yards gained per game (378.3), with the defense the star of the show by giving up 301.5 yards per game, third best in the NFL. Emotions figure to run high Sunday and not just because it is a game between longtime foes. Sunday marks the first Browns-Steelers game at Pittsburgh since Cleveland defensive end Myles Garrett swung a helmet at QB Mason Rudolph. Back from suspension, Garrett is second in the NFL with six sacks behind only the Rams’ Aaron Donald (7.5).
EAGLES VS RAVENS
Lincoln Financial Field | 4:00am AEDT
Electric quarterback Lamar Jackson looks to lead the Ravens (4-1) to their third straight win on Sunday when they visit the Eagles (1-3-1). While Jackson has struggled a bit in the year following his NFL MVP season, the Ravens’ defense has picked up the slack to keep the team in the thick of the congested AFC North race. AFC Defensive Player of the Week Patrick Queen returned one of his two fumble recoveries 53 yards for a touchdown in Sunday’s 27-3 romp over Cincinnati. Baltimore notched seven sacks versus the Bengals to gain momentum into its tilt with Carson Wentz, who has been sacked an NFL second-most 19 times this season. Wentz has also thrown a league-high nine interceptions, including two in Philadelphia’s 38-29 setback to Pittsburgh on Sunday. Wide receiver Travis Fulgham enjoyed a banner day against the Steelers, however, with career-high totals in receptions (10) and receiving yards (152). That performance came on the heels of a Week 4 game-winning touchdown versus San Francisco. Three-time Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz hasn’t been as fortunate. He has five catches for 15 yards over his last two games.
GIANTS VS REDSKINS
MetLife Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The winless Giants (0-5) will look for their first victory of the season when they go up against the NFC East division rival Washington Football Team (1-4) on Sunday afternoon. New York first-year coach Joe Judge has tried to keep a positive demeanor during the bumpy start by declaring that he has seen progress from week to week. Still, the Giants are one of three teams in the NFL without a win on their resume entering Week 6. Washington has not fared much better, and it will turn to quarterback Kyle Allen for the second week in a row as Dwayne Haskins remains out because of an unspecified illness. Allen started last week and showed that he could move the ball on offense, but then he had to leave the game after absorbing a nasty hit along the sidelines. That opened the door for Alex Smith to return for the first time since 2018, but Allen reportedly was cleared by doctors to reutrn this week. In a battle of two struggling franchises, the winner might come down to the team that avoids beating itself rather than the team that dominates the opponent.
VIKINGS VS FALCONS
U.S. Bank Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
There’s a lot going on here, and that was before the winless Atlanta Falcons closed the team facility Thursday due to a positive COVID-19 test from a non-player. Now the Falcons pack, or potentially unpack, in a week that began with a head-coaching change. Dan Quinn is gone and Raheem Morris took over as the interim coach. His first order of business is slowing down the Vikings, a task made easier if Dalvin Cook remains hobbled with a groin injury. The Vikings are home favorites but their offense has not been in peak form at home this season. Kirk Cousins can expect plenty of man coverage down the field as the Falcons invite him to beat their secondary. Atlanta is versed at attacking vertically on offense, but quarterback Matt Ryan is missing his top receiver Julio Jones recently. Ryan has also faced pressure off the edges. Todd Gurley is bringing more balance to the offense and has become a consistent red-zone threat.
JAGUARS VS LIONS
TIAA Bank Field | 4:00am AEDT
The Jaguars (1-4) will try to snap a four-game losing streak when they host the Lions (1-3) on Sunday afternoon. Neither team has inspired a lot of confidence through the first quarter of the regular season, but Detroit could have a slight advantage because it is so well rested. The Lions have been off since Oct. 4, when they lost 35-29 against the New Orleans Saints. Matthew Stafford threw for 206 yards and three touchdowns that day for Detroit, but the Lions defense did not give him any favors. Detroit has surrendered at least 35 points in two of its first four games and will have to put forth a better effort against the Jaguars and second-year quarterback Gardner Minshew II. The Jaguars are coming off a 30-14 loss against the Houston Texans last week, and they have not won since their season opener Sept. 13 against the Indianapolis Colts. Minshew has passed for 10 touchdowns and four interceptions on the season.
COLTS VS BENGALS
Lucas Oil Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
Joe Burrow is enduring his toughest stretch of his rookie campaign with the Bengals (1-3). The LSU product struggled last weke as he went up against the mighty defense as the Ravens, and now one week later, he has to brace for another top-tier defense in the Colts (3-2). Indianapolis will be ornery after losing to the Browns a week ago, and it stands to reason that they will try to copy Baltimore’s game plan by making Burrow as uncomfortable as possible from the first snap through to the last. The Bengals have talked about getting veteran wideout A.J. Green more involved in the passing game, but Green appears to be on the downslope of his career. Meanwhile, the Colts need their own veteran — quarterback Philip Rivers — to turn in a much better performance after he struggled against the Browns. Colts coach Frank Reich reiterated his confidence in Rivers this week.
BRONCOS VS DOLPHINS
Empower Field at Mile High | 8:05am AEDT
The Dolphins (2-3) have reason for optimism as they look to record their second straight win and third in four outings on Sunday against the visiting Jets (0-5). Ryan Fitzpatrick, who has played both teams — and six others, for that matter — erupted for season highs in passing yards (350) and touchdowns (three) in Miami’s 43-17 romp over Super Bowl LIV runner-up San Francisco on Sunday. Fitzpatrick’s stellar performance keeps prize rookie Tua Tagovailoa on the sideline for the Dolphins, who are in prime position to even their record heading into their Week 7 bye. While Miami is ascending, New York is making itself comfortable in the cellar of the NFL. The Jets dropped a double-digit decision for the fourth time this season in a 30-10 setback to Arizona on Sunday. Joe Flacco struggled in place of injured starter Sam Darnold (AC joint sprain), completing just 18 of 33 passes for 195 yards with a touchdown. Disgruntled running back Le’Veon Bell was released three days later by New York, which will look to the ageless Frank Gore in the backfield. The Jets reside in last place in the NFL in points (75), average points per game (15.0) and average passing yards (176.0) among other categories.
PANTHERS VS BEARS
Bank of America Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The Bears (4-1) have had more than a week to prepare for the Panthers (3-2) after pulling off a dramatic win against Tom Brady and the Buccaneers on Thursday night football one week ago. Chicago will again give the keys to its offense to Nick Foles, although it is debatable how trustworthy the Bears’ offensive vehicle can be. Foles struggled at times last week against Tampa Bay but ultimately delivered in crunch time, as is his reputation. Carolina started the season with back-to-back losses but has won its past three games in a row and will try to push the streak to four against Chicago. The matchup will carry extra meaning for Panthers running back Mike Davis, who was discarded by the Bears after an ineffective stint as a free-agent signing. Davis has found his footing again with Carolina and figures to lead the offense along with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.
PATRIOTS VS BRONCOS
Gillette Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The Denver Broncos (1-3) and Patriots (2-2) finally will meet in Foxborough, Mass., on Sunday after the teams’ initially scheduled game was postponed due to an outbreak of coronavirus cases within the New England locker room. Patriots quarterback Cam Newton and reigning Defensive Player of the Year Stephon Gilmore tested positive for COVID-19 previously, but the team is hoping the pair will be ready to compete on Sunday. Both clubs have been idle for quite some time, with New England dropping a 26-10 decision to Kansas City on Oct. 5 while Denver posted a 37-28 victory over the New York Jets on Oct. 1. The extra time appears to be beneficial for Denver second-year quarterback Drew Lock, who is in line to return from a shoulder injury and play against New England. Melvin Gordon might not be in the lineup, however, as the running back could face discipline from either the NFL or the Broncos after he was charged Tuesday night with driving under the influence and speeding in downtown Denver. Two-time 1,000-yard rusher Phillip Lindsay could be in line for more work should that be the case, although he is slowly returning to health from a turf toe injury.