NFL 2021 – Week 5 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports, Channel 5

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Week five of the 2021 NFL season is here, which includes the first London game.

That means Sky Sports will broadcast SIX games this week including tonight’s Thursday Night Football, a NFC West clash, between Rams and the Seahawks.

Sunday’s action gets underway at 2.30pm as Falcons host Jets at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

Packers @ Bengals is the 6.00pm game, while NFC East teams Giants and Cowboys meet at 9.25pm.

NBC’s Sunday Night Football sees Chiefs host Bills from 1.20am, while Colts @ Ravens is the Monday Night Football, which is live from 1.15am on Sky Sports and Channel 5.

NFL 2021 – Week 5 TV Schedule

Thursday 7th October

Rams @ Seahawks
Sky Sports NFL, 1.20am
Fox, 8.20pm ET
Comms: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Ref: Ron Torbert

Sunday 10th October

Jets @ Falcons
Sky Sports NFL, 2.30pm
NFL Network, 9.30am ET
Comms: Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta
Ref: Tony Corrente

Packers @ Bengals
Sky Sports NFL, 6.00pm
Fox, 1.00pm ET
Comms: Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma
Ref: Bill Vinovich

Giants @ Cowboys
Sky Sports NFL, 9.25pm
Fox, 4.25pm
Comms: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Ref: John Hussey

Bills @ Chiefs
Sky Sports NFL, 1.20am
NBC, 8.20pm ET
Comms: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Ref: Carl Cheffers

Monday 11th October

Colts @ Ravens
Sky Sports NFL, 1.15am
Channel 5, 1.00am
ESPN, 8.15pm ET
Comms: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick
Ref: Land Clark

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