NFL 2021-2022 | Results, Week 6 games, schedule, news, predictions and live streaming online

This Thursday starts Week 6 of the 2021-22 NFL season, which will have 14 games because there will be four teams that will receive their bye week.

The Arizona Cardinals remain the only undefeated and intend to extend their winning streak against the Cleveland Browns, in one of the most interesting duels of the date.

Los Angeles Rams 26-17 Seattle Seahawks

New York Jets 20-27 Atlanta Falcons

Detroit Lions 17-19 Minnesota Vikings

New Orleans Saints 33-22 Washington Football Team

New England Patriots 25-22 Houston Texans

Miami Dolphins 17-45 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Green Bay Packers 25-22 Cincinnati Bengals

Denver Broncos 19-27 Pittsburgh Steelers

Philadelphia Eagles 21-18 Carolina Panthers

Tennessee Titans 37-19 Jacksonville Jaguars

Cleveland Browns 42-47 Los Angeles Chargers

San Francisco 49ers 10-17 Arizona Cardinals

New York Giants 20-44 Dallas Cowboys

Buffalo Bills 38-20 Kansas City Chiefs

Indianapolis Colts 25-31 Baltimore Ravens

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Philadephia Eagles – Thursday 8:20 pm

Miami Dolphins vs. Jacksonville Jaguars – Sunday 9:30 am

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Washington Football Team – Sunday 1:00 pm

Los Angeles Rams vs. New York Giants – Sunday 1:00 pm

Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts – Sunday 1:00 pm

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Detroit Lions – Sunday 1:00 pm

Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears – Sunday 1:00 pm

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Baltimore Ravens – Sunday 1:00 pm

Minnesota Vikings vs. Carolina Panthers – Sunday 1:00 pm

Arizona Cardinals vs. Cleveland Browns – Sunday 4:05 pm

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Denver Broncos – Sunday 4:25 pm

Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots – Sunday 4:25 pm

Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers – Sunday 8:20 pm

Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans – Sunday 8:15 pm

Odell Beckham Jr. said he is interested in playing a bigger role in the future, but was grateful for the opportunity to play for a championship-contending team, as he revealed in an interview with 92.7 The Fan.

There are four teams that will not have action this date courtesy of their bye week and they are: the Atlanta Falcons, the New Orleans Saints, the New York Jets and the San Francisco 49ers.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Philadephia Eagles: Buccaneers

Miami Dolphins vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dolphins

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Washington Football Team: Chiefs

Los Angeles Rams vs. New York Giants: Rams

Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts: Colts

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Detroit Lions: Bengals

Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears: Packers

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Baltimore Ravens: Chargers

Minnesota Vikings vs. Carolina Panthers: Panthers

Arizona Cardinals vs. Cleveland Browns: Cardinals

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Denver Broncos: Broncos

Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots: Cowboys

Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Steelers

Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans: Bills

The NFL day will be broadcast on television by the NBC, CBS and FOX networks. They will also be able to be seen in streaming by the world service of NFL Game Pass.