INDIANAPOLIS – Week 6 of the NFL schedule is highlighted by a pair of games featuring four of the top teams in the league.

The Bills (4-1) visit the Chiefs (4-1) in a rematch of last year’s divisional playoff matchup that some consider one of the greatest games in postseason history, while the Cowboys (4-1) travel to the Eagles (5-0), the last undefeated team.

This weekend is a 14-game slate with bye weeks beginning for teams. The action starts with the Commanders and Bears on Thursday Night Football and wraps up with an AFC West showdown between the Broncos and Chargers on Monday.

WXIN’s Chris Hagan runs down the entire schedule on “Big Game Bound.” WIVB sports director Josh Reed joins Hagan to talk about Sunday’s highly-anticipated Bills vs Chiefs matchup.

The show will also have reports on the Giants-Ravens, Panthers-Rams and Cowboys-Eagles games, plus Jarrett Payton’s weekly picks.

“Big Game Bound” streams every Thursday at 12 p.m. ET leading up to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona.