NFL Week 5 is underway. This Sunday there will be 14 duels that will be played and it is the last date that all teams will play, because from the next one the breaks begin.
Thursday night left a meeting memorable between the Rams and the Seahawks, a duel that the Angelenos took to go 3-1, while those of Seattle were left with 2-3, and the injury of their quarterback,
Russell Wilson, who will be out for 6-8 weeks
Jets vs Falcons | 8:30 AM
This Sunday marks the return of international duels for the NFL. At Tottenham’s stadium, Hotspur Stadium, in London, England, after last year matches could not be held outside the United States due to the pandemic.
The Jets are coming off a surprise overtime win against the Tennessee Titans, and they will look for their second win in a row against the Falcons, a franchise that last week was defeated by Washington, in a game that seemed to be under control.
Patriots vs Texans | 12:00 PM
Although on paper it does not seem to be one of the most attractive meetings of Week 5, due to the current situation of the two teams, this can be a litmus test for Mac Jones. The young quarterback has shown great things.
Against the Bucs, last Sunday he showed that he can be an elite QB, so will seek a victory to secure his place in the NFL today.
Browns vs Chargers | 3:05 PM
With marks of 3-1, Browns and Chargers meet at SoFi Stadium, a meeting that promises to be one of the best for the quality of attack of both franchises. On the part of the Angelenos, Justin Herbert has come from less to more and already has 1,178 yards through the air, with nine touchdowns and three interceptions.
Instead, Cleveland’s rely more on their rushing attack, with a pair of high-powered running backs looking to destroy the Chargers’ defensive line: Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Chubb has 362 rushing yards, to be the second player at this position with more.
49ers vs Cardinals | 3:25 PM
For the second week in a row the West of the National Conference is in a duel, and now it is the 49ers’ turn to visit State Farm Stadium to face the Cardinals. The Arizonans are the last undefeated team in the league, and they hope to continue like this, plus they will not face Jimmy Garoppolo, as he suffered an injury and Trey Lance will start of the Gambusinos for the first time this season.
Giants vs Cowboys | 3:25 PM
Another divisional duel for Date 5 of the NFL is the game between the Giants and the Cowboys, who meet at AT&T Stadium in Dallas. For the pride of the East of the National, Dak Prescott and company hope to get their fourth win in a row, but it will be very emotional for the QB, because just against this team he suffered the terrible fracture last year that left him out of the season.
Bills vs Chiefs | 7:20 PM
For Sunday night and as the main dish of Week 5 of the NFL, the game that was the American Conference Final last season will be relived. The Bills visit the Chiefs at the Arrowhead, Josh Allen vs. Patrick Mahomes, two of the best quarterbacks in the league.