Statement games in NFL for Week 6

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NFL Week 6 Headliners

Sean MacCourtney | Sports writer | @seanmaccourtney

The Arizona Cardinals travel to Pittsburgh to take on a Steelers team coming off a thrilling Monday night win. This will be one of the great games to watch. The Cardinals are trying to prove that they are for real, while the Steelers are trying to hold on for a few more games without Ben Roethlisberger.

The Bengals have been a good team for a few years now, but right now they are looking like a great team. The Bills are trying to become an elite team and will put up a good fight, especially at home. This will be a fun game to watch, but the edge goes to the Bengals, especially with starting quarterback, Tyrod Taylor, being injured for the Bills.

The undefeated Panthers travel to Seattle to play a Seahawks team that is much better than their two and three record suggest. Carolina is one of the surprises of the season thus far, but the Seahawks just don’t at home.

The Chargers will be looking to rebound from a heartbreaking loss on Monday night, unfortunately for them, the road doesn’t get any easier as they travel to Green Bay to face Aaron Rodgers and the packers. The Chargers could very well be a playoff team, but the Packers will win this one.

The Sunday night game features NFC East rivals, New York and Philadelphia. The Giants are looking like the team to beat in the division, but as of right now, the division is up for grabs. This game is being played in Philadelphia, but Eli Manning is playing some of the best football of his career and the Giants come out on top.