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NFL Week 6 TV coverage in Seattle will have the Cowboys facing the Ravens early and the Seahawks hosting the Patriots in the afternoon.
Week 6 of the NFL season features a number of exciting games as teams are starting to separate themselves. The undefeated Houston Texans face the struggling Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football and Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys will try to bounce back from a big loss two weeks ago. In addition to the games around the country, Seattle's focus will be on the Seahawks hosting Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Let's take a look at which games Washington football fans can expect to see on TV this weekend.
FOX Early game: The morning game for viewers in Washington will be Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys visiting Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens are 4-1 on the season after beating Kansas City a week ago, while the Cowboys are 2-2 and coming off a bye week. Sam Rosen will have the play-by-play while former Raven coach Brian Billick will provide commentary. Kickoff is scheduled for 10 a.m. PT from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
FOX Late game: For those in eastern and southern Washington, the late game on FOX will feature the 3-2 New York Giants at the 4-1 San Francisco 49ers. That game will kick off at 1:25 p.m. PT with Thom Brennaman and Troy Aikman doing the commentary. Because of NFL rules that game will not be shown in Seattle and thee western half of the state.
CBS Late game: The Seahawks and Patriots square off at 1:05 p.m. PT on CBS. Both teams are 3-2 on the season and come into the game after wins in Week 5. Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts will have the call from CenturyLink Field.
NBC Sunday Night Football: The national Sunday night game features Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers taking on the undefeated Houston Texans. While Houston has been dominant early in 2012 racking up a 5-0 record, Green Bay has struggled to a 2-3 overall mark thus far in the season. The game is scheduled to kick off at 5:20 p.m. PT from Reliant Stadium in Houston. The usual crew of Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will have the call on NBC.