The NFL is entering week six, and this is when contenders begin to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. Lots of teams are still trying to find their identity while they still have time as the Nfl Season is still young and it's anyone's game each week. Many teams are looking to turn their season around after hitting a few obstacles early in the season. Week six is home to many great matchups, but which ones should you take your time to watch?

Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings

The Green Bay Packers will be looking to build off their comeback win vs.

the Cowboys as they travel to Minnesota to take on the Vikings. The Packers will be led by the red-hot Aaron Rodgers, as he was the magician who fueled that comeback in week five. Rodgers should have all weapons on deck to challenge the Viking defense that has had his number in recent games.

The Vikings are coming into this game after escaping Soldier Field with a win against rookie QB Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears. The Vikings' offense lacked explosiveness until backup QB Case Keenum entered the game. Keenum has performed very well while Sam Bradford has been battling a knee injury. Keenum will get the start again, and he will be looking to Stefon Diggs to help him gain confidence early. The defense showed some weaknesses last week, as Trubisky was able to beat the Viking secondary when throwing outside the numbers.

Rodgers is the last QB the Vikings want to face, but hopefully they can get their problems fixed before Sunday.

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

The Patriots are looking to find some momentum against the New York Jets in the AFC East divisional matchup. The Patriots' defense doesn't look the same as last year's dominating bunch, as they have given up over 400 yards a game, the most in the NFL.

Bill Belichick is known for having a sound defensive squad, but things haven't panned out for them. They will be facing a Jets offense that is below average, so this might be the week they get some swagger back. Tom Brady is the biggest concern as he is battling a shoulder injury, but assured everyone that he will be ready on Sunday.

The Jets have surprised many with their 3-2 start, as they weren't favored in any of their games this season. The offense has been lackluster, but the defense has shown up to play. Todd Bowles is a defensive-minded coach, so he knew he could count on his defense to keep their team in games. The Jets always give their best against Brady and the Pats, so this game will be a good test for the team with the possibility of sitting in first place in the AFC East.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Steelers will be more than happy to get back on the field after getting demolished by the Jaguars last week. QB Ben Roethlisberger was a shell of himself last week, throwing a career-high five interceptions.

Roethlisberger felt defeated after the game, but once he got back to the practice field, he found his confidence again. Bigger problems lie on the defensive side as the Steelers have been struggling to stop the run. That isn't good when you have rookie sensation Kareem Hunt as your next matchup. The Steelers' front seven better be ready to play as Hunt has been unstoppable this season.

The Chiefs look like the NFL's best team, and they are looking to add another resume-building win against Pittsburgh. Alex Smith has been playing like an MVP, throwing 11 touchdowns and zero interceptions. The Chiefs have a creative offense that will keep a defense guessing, which is something that can keep the struggling Steelers defense off guard.

The defense of the Chiefs has played well also, causing problems for opposing QBs. Roethlisberger won't have an easy day with the Kansas City defense across from him, so he needs to have his confidence this week.

Week six is a big week for many NFL teams as this is the week that can make or break your season. Gaining momentum is very important in the NFL so many teams are looking to clean up their mistakes. These games are significant, as two division leads are on the line, and one team is looking to stay undefeated.