—Tony Romo, Cowboys, threw for a franchise-record 506 yards and five touchdowns, becoming the fifth in NFL history to have that many yards and TDs, but was intercepted late in the game to set up Denver's 51-48 victory.
—Peyton Manning, Broncos, maintained his record pace of touchdown passes to start the season and finished with 414 yards and four scores as Denver edged Dallas 51-48.
—Jay Cutler, Bears, was 24 of 33 for 358 yards and two touchdowns in a losing cause as Chicago fell to New Orleans 26-18.
—Drew Brees, Saints, was 29 of 35 passing for 288 yards and two touchdowns in a 26-18 win over the Chicago Bears, his first victory in four career games at Soldier Field.
—Russell Wilson, Seahawks, went 15 of 31 for 210 yards with two TDs before throwing an interception on the Seahawks' final play. He also ran 13 times for 102 yards.
—Sam Bradford, Rams, threw three touchdown passes, two to Austin Pettis, in St. Louis' 34-20 win over Jacksonville.
—Jamaal Charles, Chiefs, had 108 yards and a TD on 22 carries in Kansas City's 26-17 win at Tennessee.
—Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks, ran 17 times for 102 yards in Seattle's 34-28 loss to Indianapolis.
—Eddie Lacy, Packers, ran for 99 yards on 23 carries in his return from a concussion as Green Bay topped Detroit 22-9.
—Ray Rice, Ravens, rushed for a season-best 74 yards and two TDs and caught six passes for 28 yards as Baltimore edged Miami 26-23.
—Knowshon Moreno, Broncos, had 93 yards rushing and a touchdown in Denver's 51-48 win at Dallas.
—Alshon Jeffery, Bears, had 10 receptions for a franchise-record 218 yards and a TD in Chicago's 26-18 loss to New Orleans.
—T.Y. Hilton, Colts, caught five passes for a career-high 140 yards and two scores as Indianapolis topped Seattle 34-28.
—Jimmy Graham, Saints, had 10 catches for 135 yards in his fourth consecutive 100-yard game — matching an NFL record for a tight end — in New Orleans' 26-18 win at Chicago.
—Julius Thomas, Broncos, had nine receptions for 122 yards and two scores as Denver edged Dallas 51-48.
—Dez Bryant and Terrence Williams, Cowboys, combined for 10 catches, 292 yards and three scores in Dallas' 51-48 loss to Denver. Bryant had six receptions for 141 yards and two TDs, while Williams caught four passes for 151 yards and a TD.
—Matt Prater, Broncos, kicked a 28-yard field goal as time expired, helping keep Denver unbeaten with a 51-48 victory over Dallas.
—Alex Henery, Eagles, kicked a career-high five field goals in Philadelphia's 36-21 victory over the New York Giants.
—Mason Crosby, Packers, tied a team record by kicking five field goals in Green Bay's 22-9 win over Detroit.
—Delano Howell, Colts, scored on a 61-yard return of a blocked field goal in Indianapolis' 34-28 win over Seattle.
—Garrett Hartley, Saints, matched a career high with four field goals in New Orleans' 26-18 win at Chicago.
—Jermaine Kearse, Seahawks, blocked a punt out of bounds in the end zone for a safety in Seattle's 34-28 loss at Indianapolis.
—Sebastian Janikowski, Raiders, connected on field goals of 50 and 47 yards in a 27-17 win over San Diego.
—Charles Woodson, Raiders, had a 25-yard fumble return to tie an NFL record with his 13th career defensive touchdown in Oakland's 27-17 victory over San Diego.
—Calais Campbell, Cardinals, had two sacks, one for Arizona's first regular-season safety in nine years and the other forcing a game-clinching fumble in a 22-6 win over Carolina.
—Tramaine Brock, 49ers, had two interceptions, including one he returned 18 yards for a touchdown 90 seconds into the game, as San Francisco routed Houston 34-3.
—Terrell Suggs, Ravens, had three fourth-quarter sacks as Baltimore topped Miami 26-23.
—Daryl Washington, Cardinals, back after serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, had two sacks and an interception in Arizona's 22-6 win over Carolina.
—Marcus Cooper, Chiefs, had an interception and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a TD in Kansas City's 26-17 win at Tennessee.
—Matt Giordano, Rams, had an 82-yard interception return for a touchdown in St. Louis' 34-20 victory over Jacksonville.
Kansas City topped Tennessee 26-17 to put the Chiefs at 5-0 for their best start since 2003, when they won their first nine games. This win came despite blowing a 13-0 halftime lead. ... The New York Giants' 36-21 defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles sent them to 0-5 and their worst start since the 1987 strike season when the NFL used replacement players for three games. The Giants have also given up at least 31 points in each of their first five games, tying an NFL record set by the Chicago Cardinals in 1954. ... Terrelle Pryor got the Raiders off to a fast start in the latest West Coast game in NFL history with a 44-yard touchdown pass to Rod Streater on Oakland's first play from scrimmage in a 27-17 victory over San Diego.
STREAKS & STATS
Cincinnati ended Tom Brady's streak of 52 consecutive games with a touchdown pass, beating previously undefeated New England 13-6. Brady had thrown a touchdown pass in 52 straight games, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Drew Brees' 54-game streak. The Patriots were held out of the end zone for the first time since a 16-9 loss to the New York Jets on Sept. 20, 2009. ... Denver edged Dallas 51-48 to tie for the fourth-most points in a game in NFL history — and tied for second-most since the 1970 merger — as the teams combined for 1,039 yards of total offense in the second-highest scoring game in regulation since the merger, according to STATS. The Broncos have scored 230 points, the most through the first five games of a season in NFL history. They have won 16 consecutive regular-season games overall. ... The New Orleans Saints' 26-18 win over the Bears was their first win in Chicago since a 31-10 victory on Oct. 8, 2000. ... Indianapolis' Andrew Luck finished 16 of 29 for 229 yards with two touchdowns and picked up his ninth fourth-quarter comeback win in 21 career games, beating Seattle 34-28. Luck is 15-6 as a starter, the fastest quarterback drafted No. 1 overall since the 1970 merger to reach 15 wins.
Denver, Kansas City and New Orleans all improved to 5-0, the only remaining undefeated teams in the NFL. New England and Seattle fell from the ranks of the unbeaten with losses. Since 1990, when the league's 12-team playoff format was adopted, 36 of the 40 previous teams to start 5-0 made the playoffs.
Peyton Manning broke the record for TD passes through five games with his 19th on a 9-yard toss to Julius Thomas in the second quarter of Denver's 51-48 win at Dallas. Daunte Culpepper of Minnesota held the previous mark with 18 in 2004. He has 20 touchdown passes this season, and was finally intercepted for the first time — the longest such streak to start a season in league history. With 414 yards, Manning has 61,371 career yards passing, and moved into second place on the NFL list ahead of Hall of Famer Dan Marino (61,361).
Replacing an injured Michael Vick late in the second quarter, Nick Foles led four scoring drives and threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes as Philadelphia defeated the New York Giants 36-12 and the Eagles ended a three-game skid. Vick, who ran for a team-high 79 yards and threw for another 105, left the game with a hamstring injury late in the second quarter after a 13-yard scramble. Coach Chip Kelly said after the game that Vick would have returned had Foles been hurt.
New Orleans' Jimmy Graham notched his fourth consecutive 100-yard game — matching an NFL record for a tight end — in the Saints' 26-18 victory at Chicago. Tony Gonzalez was the first to accomplish the streak in 2000, and Graham matched the surge in 2011. ... The Bears' Alshon Jeffrey had 10 receptions for a franchise-record 218 yards, breaking Harlon Hill's mark of 214 at San Francisco on Oct. 31, 1954. ... Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew had 70 yards on 17 carries in the Jaguars' 34-20 loss at St. Louis, becoming the third player in franchise history to top 10,000 yards.
Green Bay's Randall Cobb had a career-best 67-yard run in the Packers' 22-9 win over Detroit, joining Hall of Famer Gale Sayers as the only players in NFL history with runs and receptions of 60-plus yards, a 100-yard kickoff return and an 80-yard punt return in his first three seasons.
Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews left the Packers' 22-9 win over Detroit after the third quarter with a thumb injury. Matthews sacked Matthew Stafford on the last play of the quarter on a third-and-9 at the 34 to push the Lions out of field-goal range. He jogged to the locker room with a trainer and did not return. The Packers also lost starting linebacker Brad Jones to a hamstring injury. His replacement, Robert Francois, later left the game with a torn Achilles. ... Lions star receiver Calvin Johnson didn't play against the Packers after he had been sidelined two days last week with a knee injury before participating in practice on a limited basis Friday. He had been listed as questionable. ... Jacksonville rookie offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, the No. 2 pick in the draft, will miss the rest of the season because of a broken right ankle. He was injured in the first quarter of a 34-20 loss to the Rams, and was taken off the field on a cart. ... San Diego lost running back Ryan Mathews to a concussion in the first half against Oakland.
"It just takes a snowflake to start an avalanche." — St. Louis safety Matt Giordano, who had an 82-yard interception return for a TD that helped the Rams stop a three-game skid with a 34-20 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
"My wife told me, 'Bring Mama home three sacks.' It came down the stretch and it was time to get going." — Baltimore's Terrell Suggs, who had three fourth-quarter sacks in the Ravens' 26-23 win at Miami.
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