Here we go with the rescheduling of Week 5 games due to COVID. First up, the Broncos-Patriots game in New England will be played on Monday afternoon/evening at 5:05 Eastern instead of as a 4:25pm Eastern kickoff on Sunday. The hope is that this will give the Patriots a little bit of practice time, assuming they can even go back to their facility, which depends on how many positive tests they have in the next couple days. I'm guessing this will work like last week's Patriots game: an earlier kickoff on CBS, probably with a national broadcast. If they start it earlier, at 5:05 Eastern, then they won't move back the usual Monday night game on ESPN between the Chargers and Saints. Still no word on what's going to happen to the Buffalo-Tennessee game.
UPDATE: OK, now we have an update from Adam Schefter. Bills at Titans is tentatively moving to next Tuesday evening at 6pm Eastern, provided there are no more positive tests for the Titans. So, um, good luck with that. To prevent Buffalo from playing twice in three days, the Bills-Chiefs game in Week 6 is then being moved from Thursday night to Sunday. However, if Bills at Titans ends up cancelled, the Bills-Chiefs game reverts back to Thursday night.