The NFL has rolled out a speculative improvement to its Week 6 timetable, as per ESPN's Field Yates.
Per Yates, "if the Astros-Sailors series goes to a fourth game this Sunday, Seahawks-Cardinals will be moved back from 4:05 PM ET to 5:30 PM ET."
The NFL world responded to the possibility of an interesting 5:30 PM opening shot via web-based entertainment.
"Indeed, they ought to constantly have a 5:30est game," one client answered.
Gets us the entire way to SNF, and gives us a choice to wager on when we miss the 4-4:25 in light of the fact that we aren't focusing. Gives us trust."
"This *probably* won't influence television inclusion (Fox territorially in AZ and the PNW) however we'll see," said 506 Games.
"Request to have a 5:30 game each Sunday to fill in the hours between 4 pm games and SNF," one more tweeted.
"The NFL really did something to be thankful for here," another fan said.
"Presently we have no break from the midday games to the Sunday night game. A genuine 10 hours of relentless football.