Week 5 opens with a Thursday Night Football matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks, both teams hungry for victories. The Seahawks are in last place in the NFC West and The Rams are waiting for the Cardinals to lose a game. Things are getting interesting on the NFC.

Sunday's first game in Week 5 is early, too early to be normal as the Jets travel to Atlanta to play the Falcons. After that game everything returns to normal and the afternoon is opened by the first game between Saints and WFT at 1:00 PM.

Another outstanding game is Bears vs Raiders as the home team must show that the loss against the Rams was just a stumbling block and they will continue to play as good as before. But the criticism against Gruden and his poor handling of the plays wont stop.

NFL 2021-22 Week 5 Schedule: List of games

As in previous weeks the list contains details about each of the games for Week 5, such as team names, schedule and broadcast channel. This list is the same that the NFL uses on its website but this one is much easier to read.


Thursday October 7 Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks 8:20 PM (ET) FOX / NFLN / AMAZON
Sunday October 10 New York Jets at Atlanta Falcons (London UK) 9:30 AM (ET) NFLN
  Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM (ET) FOX
  Green Bay Packers at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM (ET) FOX
  New England Patriots at Houston Texans 1:00 PM (ET) CBS
  Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM (ET) CBS
  Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM (ET) FOX
  Denver Broncos at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM (ET) FOX
  Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM (ET) CBS
  New Orleans Saints at Washington Football Team 1:00 PM (ET) CBS
  Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM (ET) CBS
  Chicago Bears at Las Vegas Raiders 4:05 PM (ET) CBS
  San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals 4:25 PM (ET) FOX
  New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM (ET) FOX
  Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs 8:20 PM (ET) NBC
Monday October 11 Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens 8:15 PM (ET) ESPN

This week's Sunday Night Football game is an important fight between Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs, it is key that the home team win this game to show that they are in good shape despite bad results they are trying to overcome.

Monday Night Football will be a relatively easy game for John Harbaugh's boys in Baltimore, they play the Colts in what could be a game with a hefty score. But watch out, the Colts won in Week 4 against the Dolphins as underdogs.