The NFL scores week 5 live coverage can be found here Sunday. This NFL scores week 5 coverage will seek to keep NFL fans up-to-date on October 10 games that will progress throughout the day. Nine games start out at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET), including a few interesting conference games that could make it an exciting morning of football.
The Green bay Packers travel to play the Washington Redskins today, and it will show if the Packers defense can overcome some rough injuries to the team. Can Donovan McNabb have another successful game at home? Then there are the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs traveling to play Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts. Can the Chiefs win on a big stage like this one? Or is Manning too tough at home?
The Sunday night game on NBC is Philadelphia vs. San Francisco, matching up two teams that have now lost their identity. This is a Philadelphia Eagles team that looked great with Michael Vick as the quarterback, but which might find more struggles with Vick hurt. Look for San Francisco to possibly get their first win of the season on Sunday night. Kolb is the starting quarterback this time for the Eagles, so the team could look much different Sunday.
The Monday night game is also going to be a really exciting one, with Minnesota vs. New York Jets as a marquee match-up for ESPN. Both teams are looking to impress a national audience, but the Vikings need this game more than the Jets. Still, it is going to be one of those ultra-competitive NFL games that come down to the end of the fourth quarter to decide which defense can hold down the opposing quarterback.
What will the story of the week be in the NFL this weekend? It’s hard to tell this early, but with so many games that are hard to predict on the schedule, this could be a very interesting week indeed.
Week 5 NFL Schedule
*Jacksonville 36 — Buffalo 26 (Final)
*Denver 10 — Baltimore 31 (Final)
*Kansas City 9 — Indianapolis 19 (Final)
*Green Bay 13 — Washington 16 (Final in Overtime)
*St. Louis 6 — Detroit 44 (Final)
*Chicago 20 — Carolina 6 (Final)
*Tampa Bay 24 — Cincinnati 21 (Final)
*Atlanta 20 — Cleveland 10 (Final)
*New York 34 — Houston 10 (Final)
*New Orleans 20 — Arizona 30 (Final)
*Tennessee 34 — Dallas 27 (Final)
*San Diego 27 — Oakland 35 (Final)
*Philadelphia 27 — San Francisco 24 (Final)
*Minnesota 20 — New York 29 (Final)