Week 5 NFL Schedule: Check out the games and live stream.
Domingão is that day of pasta and a lot of American football. No more than five matches for you to mark your territory on the couch and leave at dawn. From 2pm, ESPN broadcasts the game that the fan so insistently voted for. Leaders on the north side of the respective conferences, the Green Bay Packers (3-1) go to Cincinnati to pick up the Bengals (3-1). After the beating suffered in Week 1, the cheeseheads rocked on the climb and want to keep the pace after three straight victories. The Ohio franchise is coming off two straight wins, including a massive last TNF victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. At the same time, on Fox Sports, it is the turn of the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-3) to try to get out of the mire, but the mission will be complicated, as the stop will be in Colorado against the Denver Broncos (3-1), who lost their unbeaten record in the last round, however, splits the tip of AFC West.
We made it to the second time, how about we see Justin Herbert against one of the good defenses of the season? After winning the last Monday Night Football, the Los Angeles Chargers (3-1) will have their fans in their favor and receive a visit from the Cleveland Browns (3-1), packed with three straight wins and a defensive sector that puts fear throughout world. Duel with Fox Sports broadcast. On ESPN, a GAME is approaching with the only undefeated player on the field. NFC West leader Arizona Cardinals (4-0) have been taking casualty after casualty to the San Francisco 49ers (2-2), who are coming off two straight losses, including the last to the Seahawks.
14h – Green Bay Packers @ Cincinnati Bengals (ESPN / Star+)
14h – Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers (Fox Sports)
17h05 – Cleveland Browns @ Los Angeles Chargers (Fox Sports)
17h25 – San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals (ESPN / Star+)
21h20 – Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs (ESPN / Star+)
21h15 – Indianapolis Colts @ Baltimore Ravens (ESPN / Star+)
Closing the day, nothing more than listening to Carrie Underwood singing the Sunday Night Football anthem. In the field: two candidates for the AFC title. AFC West flashlight (believe me!), the Kansas City Chiefs (2-2) receive AFC East’s pointer zBuffalo Bills (3-1) at the noisy Arrowhead Stadiuzm. The two teams met last season, and Patrick Mahomes’ team got the better of both, including the American Conference final. Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, Tyrek Hill, Travis Kelce, Stefon Diggs, Devin Singletary, Dawson Knox… It’s a grown-up GAME!
Packed with three straight wins, the Baltimore Ravens are one of three AFC North leaders at 3-1 and will host the Indianapolis Colts (1-3), who ultimately won their first of the season against the Miami Dolphins. Good meeting between Lamar Jackson vs. Carson Wentz to close another round of the NFL.
Where to watch NFL 2021/22?
With games every Sunday, Monday and Thursday, The Walt Disney Company’s sports channels in Brazil will exclusively broadcast more than 100 tournament matches between September and February, including regular season games, wild card, semi-finals and conference finals, Pro Bowl and Super Bowl 56, which will be played on February 13th, in California.
On average, there will be seven games a week during the 18 weeks of the regular season and sports fans will be able to watch the matches on the ESPN, ESPN 2, Fox Sports e Star+ with the talent team composed of Fernando Nardini, Ari Aguiar, Renan do Couto, Matheus Suman and Matheus Pinheiro in the narration, and Paulo Antunes, Antony Curti, Paulo Mancha, Eduardo Zolin and Weinny Eirado in the comments.