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NFL Week 5/Vikings Bye Week Open Thread

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As we know, the Minnesota Vikings are not a part of the National Football League's schedule for Week 5, as they're on their bye week along with the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, and Carolina Panthers. However, that doesn't mean that National Football League action ceases just because the Vikings aren't out there, and that can only mean one thing for those of us that are fortunate enough to have it.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it's going to be a RED ZONE SUNDAY in households across the land for this week's NFL action.

I've professed my love for the Red Zone Channel numerous times in this space in the past, so I won't rehash it again. But that's how I'm going to be spending my NFL Sunday for this week.

We're about half an hour away from kickoff for the early games, so here's a look at today's NFL slate. If you don't have the Red Zone Channel, you can take a look at The 506 to see which games are being broadcast in your area. (Oh, and don't promote illegal streams or illegal streaming sites.)

Early Games on CBS

St. Louis Rams at Green Bay Packers - Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots
Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens - Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans - Andrew Catalon, Steve Beuerlein

Early Games on FOX

Seattle Seahawks at Cincinnati Bengals - Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
New Orleans Saints at Philadelphia Eagles - Thom Brenneman, Charles Davis
Chicago Bears at Kansas City Chiefs - Sam Rosen, John Lynch
Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons - Chris Myers, Ronde Barber

Late Games on CBS

New England Patriots at Dallas Cowboys - Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders - Greg Gumbel, Trent Green

Late Game on FOX

Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions - Justin Kutcher, Daryl Johnston

NFC East Game of the Week Sunday Night Football on NBC

San Francisco 49ers at New York Giants - Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

There you have it, folks. Enjoy Week 5 in the National Football League!