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Cats in the NFL: Week Five Preview

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

The NFL season continues as Week 5 is here with 10 early games and just two afternoon games.

Jacksonville Jaguars (Josh Allen) @ Carolina Panthers – 1:00 PM

Two 2-2 teams are facing off in Carolina as Gardner Minshew tries to continue his magical run against the Kyle Allen-led Panthers.

Arizona Cardinals (Corey Peters) @ Cincinnati Bengals – 1:00 PM

Both of these teams are looking for their first wins of the season in what should be an exciting game as Kyler Murray is starting to put it together.

Atlanta Falcons @ Houston Texans (Lonnie Johnson Jr.) – 1:00 PM

Lonnie Johnson has a difficult task this afternoon as the Falcons receiving core is one of the best in the league. The Texans are looking to bounce back after a difficult home loss last Sunday.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Mike Edwards) @ New Orleans Saints (Larry Warford) – 1:00 PM

A divisional match-up that is sure to bring some points as the Bucs offense is coming off a 50-point performance against the Rams in LA last Sunday.

Check out this breakdown from Brian Baldinger as he explains the impact Mike Edwards made last week against the Rams.

Chicago Bears (Danny Trevathan) @ Oakland Raiders – 1:00 PM

The Khalil Mack Bowl is taking place in London this afternoon as Chase Daniel attempts to lead the Bears to a 3rd consecutive win. This Bears defense is playing at an extremely high level.

Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers (Benny Snell Jr. & Bud Dupree) – 1:00 PM

Another divisional match-up that will tell us a lot about both teams. Bud Dupree is looking to build off of a solid performance last week.

Buffalo Bills @ Tennessee Titans (Wesley Woodyard) – 1:00 PM

The Music City Miracle game. Two teams that are playing well should result in an entertaining football game.

Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys (Randall Cobb & Za’Darius Smith) – 4:25 PM

I’m sure it will be a bit odd for Cobb to see his old team on the opposite sideline, but it won’t feel too bad if the Cowboys are able to pull off the win.


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Article written by Eli Mitchell

University of Kentucky Class of 2020

2 Comments for Cats in the NFL: Week Five Preview



  1. runningunnin.454
    12:02 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

    Hey, you forgot Za’Darius at GB…or is he hurt?