Week 6 of the NFL

Week 6 of the NFL

The 2022 NFL season is in the midst of this season, which means that every Sunday from now until the new year, watching the NFL on CBS is an opportunity for football fans across the country.

CBS is one of two US offices that carries all of Sunday afternoon/evening NFL games on Fox being the other. Typically, CBS focuses on AFC teams while Fox receives the NFC matchups, although there are a few crossovers and exceptions across the schedule.

For your football fix this season, here''s all you need to know before watching the NFL on CBS.

How to watch the NFL on CBS

CBS is one of the four major US television networks, which is required to be completed on all traditional pay-TV cable subscription packages, enabling you to access your local CBS station for free.

Most of them include CBS as part of their standard channel lineup, like FuboTV, Hulu, with live TV, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Stream.

The ad-free version of the streaming service allows for live streaming of local CBS stations, as does the ad-supported, but only for sporting events on CBS.

Sign up for NFL Plus, a new streaming service that allows you to stream your local CBS game, but only via your mobile phone or tablet.

Football enthusiasts in the United Kingdom are wondering where they can watch NFL games because they don''t have CBS or other US networks. They are also eligible for a license to ITV, Sky TV, and the NFL Game Pass.

NFL on CBS schedule: week 6

Football fans have been waiting for a game this week on CBS, but there''s still more than one game on the week schedule to get excited about. Check out the full schedule of games that compose the NFL on CBS lineup for week 6 based on your location, so check out this NFL week 6 regional broadcast map (opens in new tab) to see what games you''re getting.

NFL week 6 on CBS schedule for 2022

  • New England Patriots vs Cleveland Browns, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • Jacksonville Jaguars vs Indianapolis Colts, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • Cincinnati Bengals vs New Orleans Saints, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • Baltimore Ravens vs New York Giants, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs, 4:25 pm ET/1:25 pm PT

NFL on CBS national game

No matter where you live in the NFL on CBS game of the week, the Buffalo Bills face the Kansas City Chiefs in a different game compared to the previous one, and the two teams remain among the league''s best, with both having a record of 4-1.

The Bills were on the losing end of their previous matchup, but have often looked like the best team in football this season. They are the top rated offense in terms of yards per game and second in total defense. Despite this, Josh Allen has sounded like an early MVP candidate, and receiver Stefon Diggs is having another great year, and the defense is generating sacks and turnovers despite dealing with many injuries.

Despite tagging star receiver Tyreek Hill, the Chiefs have shown that they didn''t really lose a step. Despite their ranking, their offense is now sixth league-wide in yardage, but its first point per game is still. While the defense is solid, Patrick Mahomes is adamant that when you put up the points their offense does, it is all you need to be.

This is where this rematch might come down to that point: can this stout Bills defense slow down the Chiefs offense so it does not become the type of shootout that the playoff game turned into? Even though this is probably what most fans are hoping to see once more.

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