Week Six of the NFL is now in the books, with all the teams having played their games. There remains only one winless team, the New York Jets, and there are three undefeated teams, the Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Below we have listed the scores of all the games played and every team’s updated record.
Scores (With Records)
Chicago Bears (5-1) vs Carolina Panthers (3-3) (23-16)
Cincinnati Bengals (1-4-1) vs Indianapolis Colts (4-2) (27-31)
Detroit Lions (2-3) vs Jacksonville Jaguars (1-5) (34-16)
Atlanta Falcons (1-5) vs Minnesota Vikings (1-5) (40-23)
Washington Football Team (1-5) vs New York Giants (1-5) (19-20)
Baltimore Ravens (5-1) vs Philadelphia Eagles (1-4-1) (30-28)
Cleveland Browns (4-2) vs Pittsburgh Steelers (5-0) (38-7)
Houston Texans (1-5) vs Tennessee Titans (5-0) (36-42)
New York Jets (0-6) vs Miami Dolphins (3-3) (0-24)
Green Bay Packers (4-1) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2) (10-38)
Los Angeles Rams (4-2) vs San Francisco 49ers (3-3) (16-24)
Denver Broncos (2-3) vs New England Patriots (2-3) (18-12)
Kansas City Chiefs (5-1) vs Buffalo Bills (4-2) (26-17)
Arizona Cardinals (4-2) vs Dallas Cowboys (2-4) (38-10)
Los Vegas Raiders (3-2), Los Angeles Chargers (1-4), New Orleans Saints (3-2), Seattle Seahawks (5-0)
Game to Watch Next Week
Next week the game you should keep in eye on is the Pittsburgh Steelers vs the Tennessee Titans. The game is on Sunday the 25th at 1:00 pm. We have chosen it as the game to watch because it is between two of the last undefeated teams in the league, and one of the best offensive teams, the Titans, against one of the best defensive teams, the Steelers.
Outside of the games, these are some of the leagues, biggest stories of the last week:
The League will fine the Tennessee Titans based on their failure to follow the proper protocol due to the COVID-19 virus. The league will only charge the team money, and no draft picks will be taken from the team.
Next week the Dolphins are going to name the Number 5 overall pick, Tua Tagovailoa as the starting Quarterback.
All-Pro Running Back Le’Veon signed with the Kansas City Chief after being released from the New York Jets.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes became the fastest in NFL history to 90 career passing Touchdowns, reaching the mark in 37 games.