NFL Schedule, Week 5: Times And TV Info For Titans Vs. Steelers And More

HOUSTON - OCTOBER 02: Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger #7 of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks for a receiver as line backer Brian Cushing #56 of the Houston Texans applies pressure at Reliant Stadium on October 2, 2011 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

I know you're focused on the Steelers-Titans matchup this weekend, but there is plenty of other good football going on this weekend as well. Here are all the matchups in Week 5. As you know, Steelers Vs. Titans at 1:00 pm and can be seen on CBS. The only other AFC North team in action this weekend is the Bengals, who will face the Jaguars at 1:00 on Sunday on CBS.

The other matchups at 1:00 are Eagles vs. Bills, Cardinals vs. Vikings, Seahawks vs. Giants, Saints vs. Panthers (all on Fox) and Raiders vs. Texans and Chiefs vs. Colts (both on CBS).

The 4:00 matchups are Buccaneers vs. 49ers (Fox), Chargers vs. Broncos and Jets vs. Patriots (both on CBS).

The Packers and the Falcons will face off on Sunday Night Football at 8:30 on NBC.

The Monday-night game is Bears vs. Lions, and that will be on ESPN at 8:30.

SB Nation has blogs for all these teams, and you can find them here. For more on the Steelers matchup with the Titans, check out this StoryStream.

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