The NFL Week 6 schedule is full of rivalry matchups, making it one of the most entertaining so far this season. The week is highlighted by Tom Brady’s first game at home since the suspension, but also has some key matchups for first-place battles.

With this in mind, here are the five matchups that offer fans the best value this weekend.

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

It’s always a juicy rivalry matchup when these two meet, but with the Redskins winners of three in a row and the Eagles just half a game out of first place, there is already a lot on the line for these NFC East squads. While demand for tickets has gone up following the Redskins most recent wins, tickets can still be had to this game for around $100. Click here to browse tickets.

Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans

With the winner of this matchup getting an inside track on first place in the AFC South, this Sunday Night showdown between the Colts and the Texans is looking like a bargain with tickets as low as $70 currently. Prices have dropped 17 percent in the past 48 hours, so fans looking for a great deal should be sure to check out the listings. Click here to browse tickets.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Chicago Bears

If you want to get to a game in Chicago before winter really arrives, this may be the weekend to do it, as the Bears host the Jaguars in a must-win game for both squads. Right now tickets start for just over $100, which is a good deal for a day that is forecasted to be around 70 degrees. Click here to browse tickets.

Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks

This battle of two division leaders will tell fans a lot about how legitimate the Falcons are, and if the Seahawks are back after their slower start to the season. Right now tickets can be had for less than $200, which actually makes the game a relative bargain compared to most of the Seahawks remaining home games. Click here to browse tickets.

Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots

This game may cost a bit more than the rest, but to New England fans you can’t put a value on seeing Tom Brady back at Gillette Stadium after his four-game suspension. Right now tickets start at just above $300, but they have come down pretty significantly over the past few weeks. With this in mind, if right now the matchup seems out of budget, be sure to check back a bit closer to game time. Click here to browse tickets.