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Kickoff time: 8:25 p.m. ET
TV networks: CBS, NFL Network
Thursday Night Football in Week 6 features what some are calling one of the best matchups ever played on a Thursday night in the NFL. The Eagles and Panthers, both ranked in the top four of SN’latest NFL power rankings, are two legitimate NFC playoff contenders, and Thursday’s game in Carolina arguably the most anticipated contest of Week 6 in the NFL. Thursday night’s game, set kick off at 8:25 p.m. ET and air on CBS and NFL Network, also will available via live stream through Amazon Prime Video. The Eagles (4-1) and Panthers (4-1) enter the game as leaders in their respective divisions.
Just this past Sunday, Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers were able to win their second-straight game against another team considered a potential playoff contender. In an NFC battle against Matthew Stafford and the Lions in Detroit, Cam put up 355 yards and threw three touchdowns 26-for-33 passing in the game. Ed Dickson recorded an impressive 175 yards on five catches, and the Panthers were able to hold on for a 27-24 victory despite a comeback attempt by the home team. A week prior, they took down Tom Brady and the Patriots, also by three points. On Thursday, young emerging star quarterback Carson Wentz visits Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.
Thursday night’s game in Carolina will air nationally on CBS and NFL Network the third five Thursday night games that will be televised on CBS throughout the 2017 season as part of the NFL’s Thursday Night Football expansion package for 2016 and ’17. NBC also will carry five Thursday night games this season, beginning in Week 10 and not including the NFL season-opener. In addition to CBS and NBC, NFL Network broadcasts every Thursday night game of the season. Both CBS and NBC provide their lead broadcasters for Thursday Night Football, meaning Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will call the Eagles-Panthers game Thursday night from the booth in Carolina.