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2015 Week 6 Sunday NFL Schedule: Two playoff rematches on tap

There are a pair of games today that match up teams that met in the playoffs last year.

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to Week 6 of the 2015 NFL season! This week, we find a handful of intriguing games on the schedule. While the Green Bay Packers host an AFC team, there are two games on the schedule that are rematches of games played during the 2014 playoffs.

First up is a game in the late afternoon on the west coast - the Seahawks host the Panthers, which is a repeat from the Divisional Round game a year ago. In that game, the Panthers kept it close for three quarters before the Seahawks blew the game open in the fourth quarter on their way to a 31-17.

In the nightcap on NBC, it's a repeat of the AFC Championship Game, just in a different venue. Last year, the Patriots hosted the Colts and won 45-7 during the game thrown into question by the deflated football issue. This year, the two teams play in Indianapolis.

Enjoy the games, and let's cheer on the Packers to victory and a 6-0 record!

Early Games (12 Noon CT kickoff)

Washington at New York Jets

MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford, New Jersey

Arizona Cardinals at Pittsburgh Steelers

Heinz Field
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Kansas City Chiefs at Minnesota Vikings

TCF Bank Stadium
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills

Ralph Wilson Stadium
Buffalo, NY

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

Ford Field
Detroit, Michigan

Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns

FirstEnergy Stadium
Cleveland, Ohio

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars

EverBank Field
Jacksonville, Florida

Miami Dolphins at Tennessee Titans

Nissan Stadium
Nashville, Tennessee

Afternoon Games

Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks

3:05 PM CT
CenturyLink Field
Seattle, Washington

Baltimore Ravens at San Francisco 49ers

3:25 PM CT
Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, California

San Diego Chargers at Green Bay Packers

3:25 PM CT
Lambeau Field
Green Bay, Wisconsin

Sunday Night Football (7:30 PM CT)

New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, Indiana