2024 NFL Week 5 Schedule; Printable, TV Schedules

2024 NFL Week 5 Schedule

The 2024 NFL Week 5 schedule is released. The first game is on Thursday, October 3rd with Tampa Bay playing at the Atlanta Falcons. The Sunday slate finishes with the Cowboys playing at the Steelers. We’re back to just one MNF game this week. We get to see the Saints play at the Chiefs. 

2024 NFL Week 5 Schedule

The 2024 NFL Week 5 schedule has one Thursday Night and one Monday Night football game after seeing two weeks in a row of 2 x MNF games. The NFL broadcast schedule is listed in the schedule table for you below to check out the skeds. 

Thursday, October 3
MatchupTime (ET)TV/Mobile
Tampa Bay at Atlanta8:15 PMPrime Video
Sunday, October 6
MatchupTime (ET)TV/Mobile
NY Jets vs. Minnesota (in London, England)9:30 AMNFLN
Carolina at Chicago1:00 PMFOX
Baltimore at Cincinnati1:00 PMCBS
Buffalo at Houston1:00 PMCBS
Indianapolis at Jacksonville1:00 PMCBS
Miami at New England1:00 PMFOX
Cleveland at Washington1:00 PMFOX
Las Vegas at Denver4:05 PMFOX
Arizona at San Francisco4:05 PMFOX
Green Bay at LA Rams4:25 PMCBS
NY Giants at Seattle4:25 PMCBS
Dallas at Pittsburgh8:20 PMNBC/Peacock
Monday, October 7
MatchupTime (ET)TV/Mobile
New Orleans at Kansas City8:15 PMESPN
2024 NFL Week 5 Schedule

Printable NFL Week 5 Schedule

Printable 2024 NFL Week 5 Schedule

We have a printable NFL Week 5 schedule in PDF for you. Many readers find it useful for weekly contests and Fantasy Football tracking. You can also check out the full printable list of bye weeks across the league here.

2025 NFL Regular and Postseason Schedules

After you get into the weeds in the Week 5 schedule, we also have the NFL complete weekly schedule to see when your favorite teams/players are setup to play. If you like to see things on one sheet of paper, the NFL Schedule Grid is helpful. If you want to checkout the 2024 NFL Playoff and Super Bowl schedule to see where your favorite team might play that is up too. We have the complete list of Super Bowl winners and game scores here for you to look at.

Will Lewis

Have been covering sports of all types for more than 18 years. March Madness is my favorite time of year before we hit the NBA and NHL playoffs. Will is a lifelong Kentucky Wildcats fan and rooted for the Bengals way back when Joe Montana dashed our hopes and dreams. Now a Padres fan as well. He covers all sports here at Sports Brackets.

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