Here are some predictions for the early games of NFL Week 6, all beginning on Sunday at 1:00 ET(not including the Thursday night game).

San Francisco 49ers at Buffalo Bills

The 49ers have made a change at quarterback, choosing to start the polarizing Colin Kaepernick. All eyes will be on the national anthem before the game to see the starter continue his protest, but he'll prove to be a backup once the game gets underway. Bills 27, 49ers 10

Jacksonville Jaguars at Chicago Bears

Both of these teams have been struggling to start the season. Chicago has looked better with Brian Hoyer under center, while the Jags' Blake Bortles has struggled.

Jacksonville looks better on paper and will take the game on the road.Jaguars 24, Bears 23

Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots

Tom Brady didn't disappoint in his return from suspension, dominating and embarrassing the poor Cleveland Browns. The Bengals should be their next victim, as Brady doesn't lose home games.Patriots 37, Bengals 17

Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans

The likelihood of Cleveland starting their fifth different quarterback of the season is high. Consistency wins in the NFL, and the Browns have none of it - they'll continue their winless streak to start the year.Titans 20, Browns 10

Los Angeles Rams at Detroit Lions

The classic game between a strong defense and a strong offense.

The Matthew Stafford-to-Marvin Jones connection has looked special, but the Lions are dealing with tons of injuries in the backfield, The Rams can't keep up if the Lions put points on the board.Lions 27, Rams 18

Pittsburgh Steelers at Miami Dolphins

These are two teams headed in very opposite directions.

The Steelers dominate nearly every opponent and should do the same in Week 6. The biggest intrigue may be whether or not receiver Antonio Brown wears cleats the NFL doesn't want him to don.Steelers 34, Dolphins 7

Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints

The Panthers expect quarterback Cam Newton to return from his concussion this weekend, but he won't have very much time to practice before going to one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, the Superdome.

Saints 34, Panthers 28

Baltimore Ravens at New York Giants

The Ravens made a change at offensive coordinator this week, and won the Super Bowl the last time they did that midseason. The Giants can't keep losing though, right? They're too good for that.Giants 26, Ravens 22

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington

Carson Wentz threw his first NFL interception and lost his first NFL game last weekend. He now has to travel to a Washington squad that seems to have their affairs in order and has won three straight to re-enter the NFC East conversation.Washington 24, Eagles 20

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