Week 6 NFL scores will be anything but boring on Sunday. These week 6 NFL scores could be pretty important down the line when it comes to figuring out the six playoff teams from each conference, and we could be in for a few upsets on Sunday. It may only be the sixth week of the 2010 NFL schedule, but this could also be a turning point for quite a few teams. One of those games that will play a key role in the success of a few teams will be the Minnesota vs. Dallas game, where both teams enter the day sitting at 1-3. One of them will enter week 7 with a 1-4 record, and a nearly impossible route into the NFL Playoffs.
The Miami vs. Green Bay game on Sunday afternoon could be a battle of great defenses, but it’s possible that the Pittsburgh Steelers put up the best defensive stats of the week. Cleveland will be starting Colt McCoy in his first NFL game, breaking in the rookie because of injuries to their first two quarterbacks. It’s not a great way to break into the NFL, and nobody feels good about seeing McCoy have to face the Steelers in his first game. The flip side of that though, is that if he comes out of the gate smoking, he could notch something pretty impressive in his career from day one.
Quite a few questions are about to be answered, including whether the Kansas City Chiefs and Chicago Bears are truly as good as their records indicate, or if they are going to be brought back down to Earth by their week 6 opponents. The week 6 NFL scores should also separate the teams in the AFC South and the NFC East that are all competing for first place. By the end of the weekend, we might have a clear leader in each division, giving them a distinct advantage heading into the middle of the 2010 NFL season.
Here are a couple of references to go by this week.
Week 6 NFL Schedule and Game Times
*Miami 23 — Green Bay 20 (Final in Overtime)
*San Diego 17 — St. Louis 20 (Final)
*Baltimore 20 — New England 20 (Final in Overtime)
*Cleveland 10 — Pittsburgh 28 (Final)
*Kansas City 31 — Houston 35 (Final)
*Detroit 20 — New York Giants 28 (Final)
*Atlanta 17 — Philadelphia 31 (Final)
*Seattle 23 — Chicago 20 (Final)
*New Orleans 31 — Tampa Bay 6 (Final)
*New York Jets 24 — Denver 20 (Fourth Quarter)
*Oakland 9 — San Francisco 17 (Final)
*Dallas 21 — Minnesota 24 (Final)
*Indianapolis 27 — Washington 24 (Final)
*Tennessee vs. Jacksonville (5:30 p.m. PT / Monday Night Game)