NFL Week 6 schedule rankings

The Thursday Night Football game between the Washington Commanders and Chicago Bears is at the bottom of the heap.

So, onward to the rest of the Week 6 schedule.

13. Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks This could be an entertaining contest, with both teams having the potential to score plenty of points

 The problem is. they are playing to see who stays out of the NFC West cellar, and that in itself is dull.

The Thursday Night Football game between the Washington Commanders and Chicago Bears is at the bottom of the heap.

12. Carolina Panthers vs. Los Angeles Rams Yes, they are the Super Bowl champions. However, the Panthers are about as awful as it gets in 2022. 

They fired Matt Rhule and made Steve Wilks the interim head coach. The same Steve Wilks who lasted all of one season in Arizona.

11. Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts The Colts won ugly last week and the Jaguars lost uglier in a snoozefest with the Texans.

This game will provide some position clarity in the AFC South … and that is about it.

10. New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns The Patriots snapped into a defensive groove against Detroit. Cleveland was supposed to be far better than it is

—sure, some will blame that on the absence of the suspended QB. Sometimes, you get what you pay for … nothing for 11 weeks.

9. Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers This could be Denver’s last, and best, chance to show it actually has a sliver of legitimacy in 2022.

The Chargers can be lots of fun and one never knows what that wild and crazy guy Brandon Staley will do.

8. San Francisco 49ers vs. Atlanta Falcons Would like to give more love here to Jimmy G and the Niners but the Falcons’ most interesting aspect of this game 

will be their cool retro helmets (not pictured, sorry). Have a feeling the Niners will hand it to Atlanta big time, unless being away from home two weeks in a row is a problem.

7. Minnesota Vikings at Miami Dolphins This has the potential to be a 38-35 game with tons of big plays and stars making them.

6. Baltimore Ravens at New York Giants The teams have 7 wins combined, and it is hard to believe the Giants have more of than the Ravens. 

5. New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers The Packers could lose to both teams that call MetLife home… in back-to-back weeks. 

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers The Tom Brady vs. Kenny Pickett angle won’t sell this contest.

3. Cincinnati Bengals vs. New Orleans Saints Both teams need a win, which is hard to believe in Week 6 of the NFL season.

2. Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles The teams come in a combined 9-1 and they do not like each other one drop. 

1. Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs Somehow, some way, this game isn’t in prime time—two of the top teams in the NFL. 

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