NFL Week 5 Schedule 2016

Date Time Game
Thursday, October 6 8:25 PM ET Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers
Sunday, October 9 1:00 PM ET New England Patriots @ Cleveland Browns
Sunday, October 9 1:00 PM ET Chicago Bears @ Indianapolis Colts
Sunday, October 9 1:00 PM ET Philadelphia Eagles @ Detroit Lions
Sunday, October 9 1:00 PM ET Tennessee Titans @ Miami Dolphins
Sunday, October 9 1:00 PM ET Houston Texans @ Minnesota Vikings
Sunday, October 9 1:00 PM ET New York Jets @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, October 9 1:00 PM ET Washington Redskins @ Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, October 9 4:05 PM ET Atlanta Falcons @ Denver Broncos
Sunday, October 9 4:25 PM ET Cincinnati Bengals @ Dallas Cowboys
Sunday, October 9 4:25 PM ET San Diego Chargers @ Oakland Raiders
Sunday, October 9 4:25 PM ET Buffalo Bills @ Los Angeles Rams
Sunday, October 9 8:30 PM ET New York Giants @ Green Bay Packers
Monday, October 10 8:30 PM ET Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers

Week 5 Fantasy Analysis

In Week 5, we lose some of our luster as the New Orleans Saints and Kansas City Chiefs head to bye weeks. While they certainly don't have all the fantasy-relevant players, that's a big chunk. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers look to continue their momentum as they face the Giants in primetime. After what Marvin Jones did to the Packers two weeks ago, it's fair to believe Odell Beckham could be in for a big day, even though a lot of the Giants receiving production has trickled down so far in 2016. After a disappointing Week Four loss, the Chargers go on the road to Oakland, which should be another fantasy-heavy game. While the Chargers secondary has played well to start the year, the rest of the pieces simply haven't. Looks for underneath receivers Clive Walford and Michael Crabtree to once again feast on secondaries. The Chargers passing game has been tough to figure out, but this would be a week to also gamble on Travis Benjamin and their top receiving options. Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and the thriving Falcons offense head to Denver to face the Broncos elite defense and secondary. While the Panthers were viewed as a team that could shut down the Falcons after a hot first few games, that notion was quickly abolished. While Denver has played well this year, this should be a good matchup.