Week 5 of the NFL season was full of memorable moments, and we had you covered with all the action!
Kicking things off Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars took down the Buffalo Bills at Wembley Stadium in London in the second of five international games slated for the 2023 season.
Closing things out, the San Francisco 49ers demolished the Dallas Cowboys by double digits at home to stay undefeated.
Here are the top moments!
San Francisco 49ers 42, Dallas Cowboys 10
The Niners were first on the board when Brock Purdy connected with George Kittle for a 19-yard score.
Niners linebacker Fred Warner knocked the ball free from Tony Pollard’s hands, and the home team recovered it at Dallas’ 16-yard line.
The Cowboys answered by forcing a turnover of their own on the ensuing possession, regaining possession of the ball at their own 2-yard line.
Dallas wasn’t able to capitalize, however, as Dak Prescott got sacked for a loss and the Cowboys punted the ball away.
Making a statement
The Niners didn’t waste any time extending their lead, as Purdy linked up with Kittle once again.
On the board
Dallas avoided a first-half shutout, courtesy of KaVontae Turpin’s fancy footwork.
Kittle added his third touchdown of the night in the third quarter, as the 49ers extended their lead.
The 49ers added another pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter to seal the win.
Philadelphia Eagles 23, Los Angeles Rams 14
Eagles start strong
Philadelphia opened the game with a 12-play touchdown drive that ended with Jalen Hurts hitting tight end Dallas Goedert for a 6-yard score.
Matthew Stafford took a shot to the right side of the end zone and connected with wide receiver Puka Nacua for a dazzling 22-yard score just ahead of halftime.
Puka Nacua makes a TOUGH catch for a 22-yard TD to give Rams the lead
Eagles steal a TD
A.J. Brown sparked an Eagles drive with a one-handed grab that he took for 38 yards. A pair of penalties put the ball on the Rams’ 1-yard line, and the Eagles shoved Hurts into the end zone as time expired in the first half.
Cincinnati Bengals 34, Arizona Cardinals 20
After Arizona went three-and-out to begin the game, Cincinnati put together an 11-play touchdown drive that ended with Joe Burrow hitting wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase in a tight window for a 3-yard score.
Cardinals make a play
Cardinals wideout Marquise Brown had a step on his defender, and Joshua Dobbs hit him in stride for a 25-yard score.
Arizona then took the lead when Dobbs hit tight end Zach Ertz for a 4-yard touchdown.
Arizona pulled off a goal-line stand, but Dobbs was intercepted by safety Cam Taylor-Britt, who ran the pick back for a Cincinnati touchdown.
Burrow hit Chase downfield for a monster 63-yard touchdown early in the third quarter.
Burrow to Chase
Emari Demercado ran in an 11-yard touchdown for the Cardinals on the ensuing drive, but Burrow found Chase in the back of the end zone for another touchdown in the fourth quarter to seal the deal for the road team.
New York Jets 31, Denver Broncos 21
Broncos QB Russell Wilson got the ball out to Jaleel McLaughlin, who tipped the pass before gathering it, and the running back sliced and diced his way into the end zone for a 22-yard score.
New York’s pass rush got to Wilson, and the quarterback was called for intentional grounding in the end zone for a safety.
On the Jets’ first play of the second half, Breece Hall ran the ball all the way to South Park for a 72-yard touchdown.
Close one late
New York put three field goals on the board in the second half before Wilson hit tight end Adam Trautman for a 3-yard touchdown. Denver then converted a two-point attempt, but things went downhill from there.
Broncos cornerback Pat Surtain intercepted Zach Wilson, but then Russell Wilson was strip-sacked by linebacker Quincy Williams and cornerback Bryce Hall ran the loose ball back for a Jets touchdown to seal the game.
Kansas City Chiefs 27, Minnesota Vikings 20
Not an ideal start
The Vikings committed a turnover on the first play from scrimmage, as tight end Josh Oliver coughed up the ball after a 16-yard reception. Nine plays later, Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco ran in a goal-line score.
Fake punt leads to TD
Ty Chandler pulled off a 15-yard fake punt for the Vikings to move the chains. Seven plays later, Kirk Cousins hit wide receiver Jordan Addison in the back of the end zone.
The Chiefs opened the second half with an 11-play touchdown drive, which ended with Patrick Mahomes hitting wide receiver Rashee Rice for an 8-yard score.
Mahomes hit Travis Kelce for a 4-yard score late in the third quarter, solidifying Kansas City’s lead.
Detroit Lions 42, Carolina Panthers 24
Rippin’ it up
David Montgomery ran through — and around — the Panthers defense for a 42-yard Lions touchdown.
Capitalizing on INT
Five plays after Lions defensive end Aidan Hutchinson intercepted Bryce Young in dramatic fashion, Jared Goff hit tight end Sam LaPorta for a 4-yard touchdown.
The Panthers put together a 14-play drive that ended with Young hitting tight end Tommy Tremble for a goal-line score.
Got ’em down!
Lions wide receiver Josh Reynolds got both feet down in bounds on a touchdown pass in the back of the end zone.
One play after Lions cornerback Jerry Jacobs picked off Young, Goff hit LaPorta in stride for a 31-yard touchdown.
Goff then snuck in a goal-line score, and Craig Reynolds added a 5-yard touchdown later in the fourth quarter for Detroit.
Jared Goff connects with Sam LaPorta for a 31-yard TD
Miami Dolphins 31, New York Giants 16
Miami reached the end zone on its first possession when Tua Tagovailoa, going to his left, threw it up for wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, who came down with the contested 2-yard touchdown grab.
Running through them
The Dolphins handed the ball to De’Von Achane, who ran through the Giants defense for a 76-yard touchdown.
De’Von Achane rushes for a WILD 76-yard TD to extend Dolphins’ lead
The Dolphins got to the goal line, but Tagovailoa’s pass was tipped and intercepted by Jason Pinnock in the end zone, and the Giants safety ran it back 102 yards for a touchdown.
Just throw it up
The Dolphins began the second half with a bang, as Tagovailoa hit an open Tyreek Hill downfield for a 69-yard touchdown. Then, Raheem Mostert ran in a 2-yard score on Miami’s next drive.
Tua Tagovailoa finds Tyreek Hill for a DEEP 69-yard TD
Daniel Jones hurt
New York’s quarterback left the game with a neck injury early in the fourth quarter, while Miami ran away with the win.
Atlanta Falcons 21, Houston Texans 19
I got this!
Shortly after a multifaceted trick play that saw wide receiver Drake London complete a 22-yard pass, QB Desmond Ridder got the Falcons on the board with a 7-yard rushing touchdown.
Falcons take the lead
Ridder got the ball out to running back Bijan Robinson, who maneuvered his way into the end zone for the Falcons.
Texans retake lead!
Texans QB C.J. Stroud hit tight end Dalton Schultz for an 18-yard touchdown, giving the Texans the lead with 1:49 remaining in the fourth quarter.
However, the Falcons still have a few tricks up their sleeve. Ridder hit London for a 23-yard completion, getting the Falcons into field goal position, and Younghoe Koo connected on a game-winning, 37-yard field goal as time expired.
Pittsburgh Steelers 17, Baltimore Ravens 10
After punting on their first possession, the Ravens put together a seven-play touchdown drive that ended with Justice Hill running in a 14-yard score.
Pittsburgh blocked a punt into the back of the end zone for a safety and got a field goal on the ensuing possession.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was intercepted by Steelers cornerback Joey Porter Jr. in the end zone for a touchback. Then, Kenny Pickett connected with wide receiver George Pickens for a 41-yard touchdown.
Indianapolis Colts 23, Tennessee Titans 16
Jonathan Taylor may have just signed a new deal, but it was Colts running back Zack Moss who thundered down the field for a 56-yard rushing touchdown.
Meanwhile, Colts rookie QB Anthony Richardson suffered a right shoulder injury, and Gardner Minshew took over.
Spearing the D
The Titans began the second half in style, as Tyjae Spears ran in a 19-yard touchdown on the fourth play of the drive.
Colts close it out
Moss finished off the Colts’ next drive with a 3-yard rushing score, and safety Julian Blackmon intercepted Ryan Tannehill to end the game.
New Orleans Saints 34, New England Patriots 0
The Saints defense got pressure on Patriots QB Mac Jones, whose pass attempt was tipped and intercepted by safety Tyrann Mathieu, who ran the pick back to the house.
Punching it in
Chad Ryland missed a 48-yard field goal for the Patriots, and the Saints took advantage of the subsequent field position.
Alvin Kamara finished off an eight-play drive for the Saints with a 2-yard rushing score.
Building a lead
After forcing a New England three-and-out, New Orleans stretched its lead to three scores when Derek Carr hit wide receiver Chris Olave in the back of the end zone for a 5-yard touchdown.
Pouring it on
Six plays after corralling a tipped ball in the air for an interception, the Saints scored their fourth touchdown when Carr pitched the ball forward to tight end Foster Moreau, who eked his way into the end zone.
Jacksonville Jaguars 25, Buffalo Bills 20
Trevor Lawrence connected with wide receiver Zay Jones, who hauled in a spectacular 6-yard touchdown catch in the back of the end zone. Jacksonville chose to enforce a roughing the passer penalty on Buffalo defensive tackle Ed Oliver on a two-point attempt, putting the ball on the 1-yard line. Travis Etienne ran in the conversion.
Thrown on a line
Buffalo finally got into Jacksonville territory late in the first half and later reached the end zone. On the 11th play of the drive, QB Josh Allen threw a bullet, 15-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
Etienne for 6
Both teams turned the ball over early in the fourth quarter, but the Jaguars got their lead back to two scores minutes later when Etienne ran in a 6-yard touchdown.
The Etienne show
The Bills immediately responded with a touchdown of their own, as Allen hit wide receiver Gabe Davis for a 19-yard touchdown. That said, they failed a two-point attempt, and the Jaguars went right back to work.
Two plays after Lawrence connected with wide receiver Calvin Ridley on a 32-yard completion to move the chains, Etienne ran through the Buffalo defense for a 35-yard touchdown.
GREAT catch leads to TD
Davis reeled in a tremendous 29-yard catch near the sideline for the Bills. Two plays later, Allen ran in a 3-yard touchdown, but it wasn’t enough to spark a comeback.
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