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NFL Week 5 Schedule

NFL Week 5 Game Schedule

Story of Week 5
Packers at Cowboys

Aaron Rodgers put on a show for the ages to take down the Cowboys in last year’s Divisional Round. This
time we could be in for a different type of duel. With a full season under his belt, is Dak Prescott
ready to show the league that he’s on Rodgers’ level?

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Thursday, October 05, 2017

Patriots vs Buccaneers   –      8:25 PM ET on NFL Network,        Venue: Raymond James Stadium.


Sunday, October 08, 2017

Jets vs Browns   –             1:00 PM ET on Fox,            Venue: FirstEnergy Stadium


Panthers vs Lions   –       1:00 PM ET on Fox,            Venue: Ford Field


49ers vs Colts   –              1:00 PM ET on Fox,            Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium


Titans vs Dolphins   –      1:00 PM ET,                         Venue: Hard Rock Stadium


Bills vs Bengals   –            1:00 PM ET,                         Venue: Paul Brown Stadium


Chargers vs Giants   –        1:00 PM ET,                       Venue: MetLife Stadium


Jaguars vs Steelers   –        1:00 PM ET,                       Venue: Heinz Field


Cardinals vs Eagles   –       1:00 PM ET on FOX,         Venue: Lincoln Financial Field


Seahawks vs Rams   –  4:05 PM ET,                              Venue: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum


Ravens vs Raiders   –  4:05 PM ET,                                 Venue: Oakland Coliseum


Packers vs Cowboys   –  4:25 PM ET on FOX,                    Venue: AT&T Stadium


Chiefs vs Texans   –  8:30 PM ET on NBC,                          Venue: NRG Stadium


Monday, October 09, 2017

Vikings vs Bears   –  8:30 PM ET on ESPN, Venue: Soldier Field


Aaron Rodgers put on a show for the ages to take down the Cowboys in last year’s Divisional Round. This
time we could be in for a different type of duel. With a full season under his belt, is Dak Prescott
ready to show the league that he’s on Rodgers’ level?

The Cowboys got absolutely steamrolled at the hands of the Packers last week, falling to 1-1 on the
year in the wake of a 42-17 setback. The Broncos outrushed the ’Boys 178-40 in the triumph, as star running
back Ezekiel Elliott mustered up only eight yards on nine attempts. It was the lowest output by far in
Elliott’s young career.

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