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NFL Week Five Results Brady Throws 5TDs

LA Rams 26, Seattle 17

Matthew Stafford had a big night throwing for 365 yards. This loss leaves Seattle in trouble already in what looks like being a strong NFC West

Sunday 10th October

London Game

New York Jets 20, Atlanta 27

The result was never in doubt as Matt Ryan passed for 342 yards while TE Kyle Pitts got his first-ever NFL TD. He will score plenty more but this will forever be a bit of pub quiz trivia.

Early Games

Green Bay 25, Cincinnati 22 (OT)

Mason Crosby went from villain to hero in this one kicking the game-winning field goal deep into overtime. He missed three consecutive attempts in regulation including one with 3 seconds left which would have gotten them on the plane home earlier. Aaron Rodgers had a big night with 344 yards passing, 206 of these finding Davante Adams.

Detroit 17, Minnesota 19

The Vikings snatched a win they just about deserved with a field goal as time expired. It looked like the Lions luck had finally changed when they got the lead thanks to a fumble deep in the Vikings territory. However, they left just enough time on the clock for Kirk Cousins.

Denver 19, Pittsburgh 27

Pittsburgh leaned heavily on their running game and defense to silence the critics for a week at least. Roethlisberger finally didn’t have to shoulder the whole load and if this better-balanced offense continues then they could still compete in an ultra fierce AFC North.

Brady Does It Again

Miami 17, Tampa Bay 45

Tom Brady made this look easier than it was. The Dolphins were within one score before his 4th quarter blitz. He ended up throwing for 411 yards and 5TDs!

New Orleans 33, Washington 22

Jameis Winston had a poor night accuracy wise only completing half his passes but that was enough to take care of a disappointing Washington. He somehow managed to throw for four TDs and of course an interception.

Philadelphia 21, Carolina 18

Jalen Hurts couldn’t get much going against the Panthers defense throwing so settled for running in two TDs himself. Sam Darnold was poor again and threw 3 interceptions. One has to wonder how much longer he will remain the starter?

Tennessee 37, Jacksonville 19

Trevor Lawrence is getting better but without a supporting cast, his first NFL win could take some time. He had 273 passing and James Robinson also rushed for 149. Still, they were jointly outscored by Derek Henry who had a 3 TD night. The Titans are flying under the radar but just might be the best-balanced team in the AFC.

New England 25, Houston 22

Rookie QB Davis Mills had a great night throwing for 312 yards and 3TDs in the battle of the 1st year QBs. The Texans led 22-9 in the third quarter but a fourth-quarter collapse saw them lose their 4th game in a row. Mac Jones was solid enough and showed a lot of poise in the later stages.

Late Games

Chicago 20, LV Raiders 9

The Bear’s defense showed up big time in this one shutting down the Raiders running game and sacking David Carr three times. Justin Fields didn’t look great but he had no turnovers and handed the ball off well.

Cleveland 42 LA Chargers 47

Justin Herbert 398 Nick Chubb 161 Mike Williams 165

New York Giants 20 Dallas 44

Dak Prescott 302 Ezekiel Elliott 110 Kadarius Toney 189

San Francisco 10 Arizona 17

Kyler Murray 239 Trey Lance 89 DeAndre Hopkins 87

Night Game

Buffalo 38, Kansas City 20

Josh Allen 315 Patrick Mahomes 61 Dawson Knox 117

Monday Night

Indianapolis 25, Baltimore 31 (OT)

Lamar Jackson 442 Lamar Jackson 62 Mark Andrews 147

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