Week Five was a week of some big comebacks for a few teams, erasing second half deficits and prevailing for victory.
The Browns, Bills, Panthers, 49ers and Saints all erased second half deficits, and for some, they could be season saving wins.
Here's a mini rundown for all 32 teams:
Arizona Cardinals - The injury bug is striking the Cardinals hard. Top two quarterbacks and some key defensive parts. They need to get healthy quickly in that brutal division.
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Atlanta Falcons - The Falcons defense have given up the third most points in the league, surrendering 143 through five games. Roddy White wasn't kidding when he said the offense needed to average 30/game this year.
Baltimore Ravens - Baltimore was dominated in almost every facet of the game against Indy, if the Colts didn't turn the ball over four times, it could have been a lot uglier.
Buffalo Bills - The Bills defense was dominant Sunday. You think Jim Schwartz knew the Lions tendencies? Held the Lions to 13 first downs and sacked Stafford six times.
Carolina Panthers - Probably the most inconsistent 3-2 team in the league right now. After being blown out two straight weeks, the Panthers dug deep and now own a suprisingly mediocre NFC South division lead.
Chicago Bears - Jay Cutler's five turnovers the past two weeks have been too much for the Bears to overcome the past two weeks.
Cincinnati Bengals - The Bengals continue to disappoint in prime-time big games. 2-5 in the Dalton era, 31-14 record in all other regular season games.
Cleveland Browns - The Browns completed the largest comeback on the road in NFL history on Sunday. Huge win considering their favorable schedule over the next four weeks.
Dallas Cowboys - The DeMarco Murray train rolls on, leads the league in rushing by a whopping 210 yards. Will face a stiff test Sunday in Seattle.
Denver Broncos - Peyton Manning shredded one of the better secondaries in the league for 479 yards and four touchdowns.
Detroit Lions - Calling Matt Prater...
Green Bay Packers - Aaron Rodgers R-E-L-A-X quote has turned brilliant, they've put up 80 points in two games since.
Houston Texans - Ryan Fitzpatrick will ultimately cost this team a shot at the playoffs. He's thrown more interceptions than touchdowns and his quarterback rating is 24th in the league.
Indianapolis Colts - After not recording a sack in the first two weeks, the Colts defense has 11 in its last three.
Jacksonville Jaguars - Toby Gerhart is looking to be one of the worst off-season signings so far. His highest yard total rushing is 42 this year and is averaging 2.6 yards per carry.
Kansas City Chiefs - Alex Smith's return to San Francisco is as pedestrian as it gets. He averaged 5.4 yards per attempt and captain checkdown reminded Niners fans why they turned to Kaepernick.
Miami Dolphins - The Dolphins should get Maurkice Pouncey back this week to an offensive line that is improving.
Minnesota Vikings - Christian Ponder's NFL career may have came to a close after Thursday night's performance.
New England Patriots - Tim Wright had his coming out party for the Pats with five catches for 85 yards and a touchdown.
New Orleans Saints - Even after a win, there's still a lot of doubts about this Saints team.
New York Giants - The offense has turned the ball over just once in the three game winning streak for the Giants. Had six in two losses the first two weeks.
New York Jets - Take away the final two drives where the Chargers were in prevent and laid off the gas, the Jets had 29 yards of total offense through three and a half quarters, 29...
Oakland Raiders - The bye week gives Oakland a chance to regroup with Tony Sparano at the helm now. Don't forget Sparano took the Dolphins to the playoffs in their only visit since 2002.
Philadelphia Eagles - The Eagles have seven defensive/special teams touchdowns on the year, five more than any other team.
Pittsburgh Steelers - The Steelers did a great job confusing rookie quarterback Blake Bortles all day long. Dick LeBeau is now 17-2 against rookie quarterbacks since 2004.
Saint Louis Rams - How bad do the Rams miss Chris Long? They have one sack on the season, three below anyone else in the league.
San Diego Chargers - The Chargers are making a case as the best team in the NFL right now, flat out dominating teams. Their a fourth quarter collapse away from being the league's only undefeated.
San Francisco 49ers - Keep in mind the Niners started 1-2 last year and proceeded to go 12-4, encore?
Seattle Seahawks - The Seahawks run defense will get its stiffest test yet this weekend against the Cowboys.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Take away the Falcons 56-14 debacle, and the Bucs three other losses are by a combined 14 points, just need to learn to win in the fourth.
Tennessee Titans - The Titans lost more than the biggest lead ever in NFL history for a home team, Bernard Pollard and Michael Roos were lost for the season too.
Washington Redskins - The Redskins have given up 108 points the last three weeks, doesn't matter who is quarterbacking with those numbers.