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NFL TV Schedule, Week 6: 49ers-Lions, Cowboys-Patriots Highlight Arizona's Football Fix

The Cardinals have a bye this week but that doesn't mean you have to be bored on Sunday. The NFL is doing what the NFL does best and has provided us some pretty good matchups this weekend. Here's what you can expect to see on TV. Props to The506 for the info. 

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10 AM PT/1 PM ET, CBS: Buffalo Bills at New York Giants (Jim Nantz, Phil Simms): The Giants play host to the upstart Bills, and with Eli Manning and Ryan Fitzpatrick in the fold, this one figures to be high-scoring. The Giants will look to get back on track after losing to the Seahawks last week and the Bills beat the Dream Team Eagles last week. Should be a fun one.

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10 AM PT/1 PM ET, FOX: San Francisco 49ers at Detroit Lions (Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa): The Niners look to in complete control of the NFC West as they take on one of only two undefeated NFL teams, the Detroit Lions. Matt Stafford and Ndamukong Suh want to stay perfect and it's going to take a nearly perfect performance by the 49ers to knock them off in their place. I'm really looking forward to this game.

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1:15 PM PT/4:15 PM ET, FOX: Dallas Cowboys at New England Patriots (Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman) - America's team takes on a team whose name is synonymous with Americans. They're playing football, America's game. It just feels good, don't it? I always begrudgingly like watching the Patriots because you have to keep in mind you're watching one of the all-time great QBs in league history in action. Overall, this game has the potential to be pretty entertaining.

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Finally, in Southwestern Arizona, Yuma area, instead of the Cowboys-Patriots, expect to see...

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1:15 PM PT/4:15 PM ET, CBS: Cleveland Browns at Oakland Raiders: The Raiders will honor the late Al Davis before the game and then hope to honor his memory by dismantling the always unpredictable Browns. My money's on the Raiders in this one as they'll look to maintain their momentum gained from last week's big win against Houston. 

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