Week 6 arguably offers the best slate of games in the 2020 NFL season up to this point. There are several important divisional matchups set for Sunday. An intriguing “Sunday Night Football” matchup and two games Monday night make for a great primetime schedule.

Here’s a look at the five best games on the Week 6 schedule.

Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Browns and Steelers have a chance to show they’ll challenge the Ravens for the AFC North title. Both Cleveland and Pittsburgh are on four-game winning streaks. The Browns have the NFL’s top rushing attack. The Steelers are undefeated with the No.3 defense. 

Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

It’s always fun when the two greatest quarterbacks of the last decade square off. Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady take center stage in Sunday’s late afternoon window. The Packers are still undefeated, while the Bucs are tied atop the NFC South.

Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers

This is a key NFC West matchup between a pair of rivals in what might be the NFL’s best division. Off to a 4-1 start and playing like a Super Bowl contender, the Rams are the only team in the league with both a top-four offense and defense. The 49ers have struggled after making it to February’s Super Bowl, and they need a win to stay in the divisional race.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills

The first game of Monday night’s doubleheader could go a long way in determining the AFC’s playoff bye. Kansas City and Buffalo are both 4-1 and vying for the No.1 seed. Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen have thrown for a combined 27 touchdowns and just four interceptions. Plenty of points are expected with the week’s highest over/under of 57.5, according to OddsShark.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys

A high-powered offense and an abysmal defense have made every Cowboys’ game exciting this season. Dallas’ last four contests have featured an average of 76.5 points. Even with Andy Dalton under center, the Cowboys can still put up a ton of points. Kyler Murray is one of the league’s most exciting players. Both Dallas and Arizona would be in the playoffs if the postseason started in Week 6.

ben roethlisberger myles garrett Steelers Browns Ben Roethlisberger #7 of the Pittsburgh Steelers attempts a pass as Myles Garrett #95 of the Cleveland Browns defends during the first half in the game at Heinz Field on October 28, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photo: Justin K. Aller/Getty Images