Seahawks skin Redskins and everything else you need to know about the Week 5 games from Scout's insiders.
Vikings take: It was a bit of bad déjá vu for the Vikings on national TV. For the second season in a row, their third-string quarterback turned in a clunker in front of the nation.
Packers take: The Packers put on the best pass-rushing display of Dom Capers' tenure during a dominating victory over the Vikings. In fact, it was the second-best pass-rushing performance of the season.
Cowboys take: 'I guess all good things must come to an end,' said kicker Dan Bailey of his end-of-regulation miss in what would become Dallas' 20-17 overtime win over Houston. 'But the good thing is, you can always start again.' Thanks to Bailey and many others, Dallas' start is a 4-1 one - its finest in five years.
Texans take: It took overtime for the Dallas Cowboys to beat the Houston Texans 20-17. Here is a quick look at the Texans' loss.
Panthers take: After being down 14 points in the first half, the Carolina Panthers outscored the Chicago Bears 24-3. It was a big win that the Panthers needed to stay at the top of the NFC South.
Bears take: The Chicago Bears offense was supposed to carry the team this season, yet they’ve not only failed to shoulder the load, they are directly responsible for the team’s 2-3 record.
Jags take: The Jaguars took a step forward, but still were a couple paces short as they fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 17-9.
Steelers take: The Steelers kept rookie QB Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars out of the end zone to win on the road, 17-9.
Giants take: The New York Giants overcame a double digit second half deficit to capture a rousing 30-20 win over the Atlanta Falcons at MetLife Stadium.
Eagles take: The Eagles might have the best special teams in the league. A blocked touchdown 24 seconds into the game gives the Eagles the lead for good.
Rams take: Austin Davis kept firing passes until he ran out of downs.
Titans take: Just when we thought the embarrassment of the 59-0 loss was as low as things could go, the Titans managed to blow a 25 point lead to the Cleveland Browns.
Browns take: Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer leads team on 25-point come from behind victory against Titans.
Bucs take: The defense is still a work in progress. Too many times at key moments the Bucs defense couldn't get off the field.
Ravens take: The Ravens struggled on the road and lost to the Colts 20-13 on Sunday.
Colts take: Defense dominates as Colts secure gritty home victory.
Bills take: The Bills scored 11 points in the fourth quarter and held the Detroit Lions scoreless in the second half on their way to a 17-14 victory.
Lions take: The Lions had a day filled with miscues and misfortune after losing to the Buffalo Bills. Here’s a quick look at some of the game’s focal points.
Broncos take: The Broncos come away with a handy 21-point defeat of the formerly 3-0 Cardinals.
Niners take: The 49ers had their most balanced performance of the season Sunday, outlasting the Kansas City Chiefs in Alex Smith's first game against his former team, 22-17.
Chiefs take: If the Kansas City Chiefs miss the playoffs, they won’t look back at their week one performance against the Tennessee Titans. Instead, they’ll lament over their loss against the San Francisco 49ers and how decisions on the sidelines changed their fortunes on the field.
Jets take: The New York Jets (1-4) hit a low point in their 2014 campaign, as absolutely nothing went right in losing their fourth straight game (the first four-game losing streak in Rex Ryan's five-plus year tenure).
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