NFL schedule, Week 5: TV times for Eagles vs. Steelers and more

Here's a look at the NFL TV schedule for Week 5. The newly-healthy Steelers will try to avoid going 1-3 in their matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles at 1:00 Sunday on FOX. Joining them on FOX at that time will be Packers and Colts, as well as the Falcons and Redskins, as Atlanta tries to keep its undefeated season going against Robert Griffin III and company.

CBS, meanwhile, will have all three of the Steelers' AFC North divisional rivals: the Ravens take on the Chiefs, the Dolphins play the Bengals, and the Browns face the Giants. The Browns, of course, are still looking for their first win, but Steelers fans will hope at least one of the Ravens and Bengals ends up losing so their team can make up some ground.

At 4:05, FOX has the Seahawks and Panthers, along with the Bears and Jaguars. At 4:25, CBS has the Broncos and Patriots, the Bills and 49ers, and the Titans and Vikings.

At 8:20, the Chargers take on the Saints on NBC. The Monday-night game (8:30, ESPN) features the Texans and Jets, as Houston looks to improve to 5-0.

The Cowboys, Lions, Raiders and Bucs all have byes. On Thursday, the Rams beat the Cardinals 17-3.

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