NFL Week 5 Recaps 2017 NFL Week 5 Game Recaps: New England Patriots 3-2-0 19 VS Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-2-0 14 Final, New York Jets 3-2-0 17 VS Cleveland Browns 0-5-0 14 Final, Carolina Panthers 4-1-0 27 VS Detroit Lions 3-2-0 24 Final, San Francisco 49ers 0-5-0 23 VS Indianapolis Colts 2-3-0 26 Final OT, Tennessee Titans 2-3-0 10 VS Miami Dolphins 2-2-0 16 Final, Buffalo Bills 3-2-0 16 VS Cincinnati Bengals 2-3-0 20 Final, Los Angeles Chargers 1-4-0 27 VS New York Giants 0-5-0 22 Final, Jacksonville Jaguars 3-2-0 30 VS Pittsburgh Steelers 3-2-0 9 Final, Arizona Cardinals 2-3-0 7 VS Philadelphia Eagles 4-1-0 34 Final, Seattle Seahawks 3-2-0 16 VS Los Angeles Rams 3-2-0 10 Final, Baltimore Ravens 3-2-0 30 VS Oakland Raiders 2-3-0 17 Final, Green Bay Packers 4-1-0 35 VS Dallas Cowboys 2-3-0 31 Final, Kansas City Chiefs 5-0-0 42 VS Houston Texans 2-3-0 34 Final, Minnesota Vikings 3-2-0 20 VS Chicago Bears 1-4-0 17 Final

2017 NFL Week 5 Game Recaps

Aaron Rodgers was clutch in Dallas last year in the Divisional Round. Could he duplicate his performance in week 5?

Chris Ransom Last Updated: October 9, 2017.

New England Patriots 3-2-0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-2-0

Game Recap: TAMPA BAY-New England did not have Rob Gronkowski versus Tampa Bay. Tom Brady did not have Julian Edelman or Gronkowski to throw to tonight. Doug Martin also returned from his suspension. Tampa Bay did not have Lavonte David at 4-3 right outside linebacker or Kwon Alexander at 4-3 middle linebacker.

Tom Brady got the ball first to start the game. Justin Evans got his first career interception. That interception was also the first pick Brady threw in 2017.

Jameis Winston had a rough first drive. Tampa Bay punted the ball back to New England.

Tom Brady could not do anything on the next drive. New England punted it back to Tampa Bay.

Jameis Winston began his second drive with a 10-yard completion to Mike Evans to move the chains for a first down. Doug Martin had an 8-yard run to make it second and two. Martin lost 1-rushing yard on the next play. Winston htrew an incomplete pass on third and three. Tampa Bay punted the ball to New England.

Tom Brady was driving on his third drive. A sack by defensive tackle Clinton McDonald on third and ten ended New England's third drive forcing them to punt.

Tampa Bay got the ball back. They could not do anything on their third drive.

Tom Brady drove New England downfield. The Patriots had to settle for a field goal on their fourth drive after a great defensive stop by Tampa Bay. New England led 3-0 after one quarter.

Gerald McCoy sacked Tom Brady on third down. Tampa Bay got the ball back. Jameis Winston and Doug Martin both made some big plays to move the chains with four first downs on this drive. You also saw penalties push Tampa Bay back. Doug Martin would eventually run it in for a rushing touchdown. That made it 7-3 Tampa Bay after an 11-play 66-yard drive.

Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to Chris Hogan. That made it a 10-3 game. Gostkowski kicked a field goal. That made it 13-7 New England. New England led 13-7 at halftime after a missed field goal by Tampa Bay.

New England got a field goal to lead 16-7 in the third quarter. New England got the ball back and had a chance to build on that lead. Unfortunately, a fumble by the Patriots allowed Tampa Bay to gain momentum and drive downfield. New England led 16-7 after three quarters.

Nick Folk missed a third field goal. If Folk didn't miss those three field goals this game would be tied at 16.

Jameis Winston threw a touchdown to Cameron Brate. That made it a 16-14 game.

Gostkowski made a fourth field goal. That made it 19-14. Tampa Bay couldn't move downfield. Devin McCourty was my player of the game for New England. McCourty had 11 solo tackles and one deflection that prevented Cameron Brate from scoring a second receiving touchdown.

Gostkowski being 4/4 on field goals and Folk being 0/3 on field goals was one variable. The other was the brilliant play of free safety Devin McCourty. New England improves to 3-2 while Tampa Bay falls to 2-2.

New York Jets 3-2-0
Cleveland Browns 0-5-0

Game Recap: CLEVELAND-Myles Garrett, Danny Shelton, and Emmanuel Ogbah all played today. This was the first time Cleveland's defensive line was at full health all season.

Myles Garrett began his very first career NFL snap with a sack. Neither team scored in the first quarter.

Josh McCown threw an interception to Jason McCourty. DeShone Kizer had excellent field position. Marcus Maye made another big interception too to get the Jets the ball back.

Zane Gonzalez missed a 39-yard field goal. The game was still tied at 0. Chandler Catanzaro kicked a 57-yard field goal. That gave the Jets a 3-0 lead at halftime.

The Browns benched DeShone Kizer at halftime. Kevin Hogan led Cleveland downfield for a score and the Browns took a 7-3 lead. Hogan threw a touchdown pass to David Njoku.

Josh McCown threw a touchdown pass to his star tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. That gave the Jets a 10-7 lead after three quarters.

McCown threw another touchdown. This one was to Jermaine Kearse. That gave the Jets a 17-7 lead. Kevin Hogan who filled in for Kizer got another touchdown for the Browns, but it didn't matter.

New York improved to 3-2 thanks to their secondary. Field cornerback Morris Claiborne, strong safety Jamal Adams, and free safety Marcus Maye dominated today. All of these guys stepped up. Claiborne had 9 solo tackles, 2 deflections from pass breakups, and 1 interception. Jamal Adams had 9 solo tackles. Marcus Maye had 4 deflections, 1 deflection from a pass breakup, and 1 interception. Overall, New York did a great job with their secondary in a win over the Browns today.

Carolina Panthers 4-1-0
Detroit Lions 3-2-0

Game Recap: DETROIT-Two former #1 overall picks squared off in Detroit. Cam Newton the top pick in the 2011 NFL Draft faced Matthew Stafford the top pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.

Both teams traded field goals in the first quarter. It was 3-3 after one quarter.

Detroit got a touchdown in the second quarter. It was 10-3 Detroit.

Carolina Panthers center Ryan Kalil hasn't played since the season opener against San Francisco. Cam Newton dominated this game going 7/8 with 173 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no interceptions. Newton threw a touchdown to running back Christian McCaffrey who tied the game at 10.

Cam Newton threw a touchdown to Devin Funchess to give Carolina 17-10 lead. Cam Newton went 15/17 with 237 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Newton's stellar play without Ryan Kalil at center was the biggest reason the Panthers had the lead at halftime ahead 17-10.

Cam Newton threw a touchdown Kelvin Benjamin. That made it 24-10 Carolina. Carolina also got a field goal in the third quarter to lead 27-10 after three quarters.

Detroit threw two passing touchdowns in the fourth quarter. That made it 27-24. Carolina still won by a field goal. Quarterback Cam Newton was 26/35 with 355 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions.

San Francisco 49ers 0-5-0
Indianapolis Colts 2-3-0

Game Recap: INDIANAPOLIS-There were questions about whether Brian Hoyer would play. Andrew Luck was still out with an injury.

Both teams traded field goals in the first quarter. It was 3-3 after one quarter.

Indianapolis got a field goal late in the second quarter. That made it a 6-3 game with the Colts in the lead once again. The more interesting story in the second quarter was the fake punt the Colts attempted that resulted in a turnover.

San Francisco got a field goal right before halftime. The score was 6-6 at halftime.

Adam Vinatieri kicked a field goal to give the Colts the lead in the third quarter at 9-6. Frank Gore had a big run. That set up a rushing touchdown by Marlon Mack. The Colts led 16-6 after three quarters.

Robbie Gould kicked a 40-yard field goal. That made it 16-9 in the fourth quarter.

Jacoby Brissett threw a 63-yard bomb to T.Y. Hilton. That set up a 17-yard run by Marlon Mack before Brissett ran it in himself. Indianapolis took a 23-9 lead over the 49ers.

Brian Hoyer drove San Francisco downfield. His touchdown pass made it 23-16.

Hoyer made three big throws to rookie tight end George Kittle on San Francisco's final drive in regulation before overtime. The first was a 27-yard catch. The next throw was a completion on fourth and one to keep the drive alive. The final throw was the game-tying touchdown.

The game was tied 23-23 after four quarters. Adam Vinatieri made the game-wining field goal. Vinatieri went 4/4 on field goals and went 2/2 on extra points. Adam Vinatieri was a big reason the Colts got this win over the 49ers to improve to 2-3. The return of starting center Ryan Kelly also helped the Colts as left tackle Anthony Costanzo and Kelly both did well up front on the offensive line and were my big reasons for why the Colts won.

Tennessee Titans 2-3-0
Miami Dolphins 2-2-0

Game Recap: MIAMI-Neither Tennessee or Miami had their starting quarterbacks with Marcus Mariota inactive and Ryan Tannehill on injured reserve. That meant we saw Matt Cassel VS Jay Cutler.

Miami recovered a fumble for a touchdown which Reshad Jones picked up. They kicked a field goal to make it a 10-0 lead after one quarter.

Tennessee got a field goal in the second quarter. That made it a 10-3 game. Miami led 10-3 at halftime.

Matt Cassel threw a touchdown pass. That tied the game at 10 after three quarters making it 10-10 heading into the fourth quarter.

Reshad Jones made a big sack on Cassel. Then Jarvis Landry had two critical receptions one included the game-winning touchdown that gave Miami a narrow 16-10 win over the Tennessee Titans.

Reshad Jones was the biggest reason Miami won. He had 7 solo tackles, 0.5 sack, and 2 fumble recoveries. Jones was my key player for Miami in this win.

Buffalo Bills 3-2-0
Cincinnati Bengals 2-3-0

Game Recap: CINCINNATI-Buffalo headed to Cincinnati coming off two big wins against Denver and Atlanta. The Bengals were a much weaker team on paper, but A.J. Green may be the one receiver that can exploit Tre'Davious White.

A.J. Green torched Tre'Davious White early in this game. That gave Cincinnati a 7-0 lead. Buffalo got the ball and settled for a field goal. Cincinnati led 7-3 after one quarter.

Cincinnati got a field goal in the second quarter. That made it a 10-3 game.

Tyrod Taylor threw a touchdown. That made it a 10-10 game. The game was tied 10-10 at halftime.

Buffalo took the lead in the third quarter. Buffalo led 13-10 after three quarters.

Joe Mixon got his first career rushing touchdown on the very first play of the fourth quarter. That gave Cincinnati a 17-13 lead.

Both teams traded field goals in the fourth quarter. Cincinnati won 20-16. A.J. Green had 7 receptions, 189 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. Green was the biggest reason Cincinnati won this game.

Los Angeles Chargers 1-4-0
New York Giants 0-5-0

Game Recap: NEW YORK-Both quarterbacks from the trade in the 2004 NFL Draft also known as the 04 NFL Draft were both 0-4 to begin the season. Philip Rivers and Eli Manning were both desperate to avoid 0-5 starts.

The Giants got an early safety. Then they built on that with a touchdown. New York led 9-0 after one quarter.

Philip Rivers threw a touchdown pass to Melvin Gordon. That made it a 9-7 game.

Brandon Marshall got injured on the next possession. He did not return to the game.

The Chargers got a field goal right before halftime. Los Angeles led 10-9 at halftime.

Eli Manning threw a touchdown pass to Roger Lewis. New York took a 16-10 lead.

Melvin Gordon caught a 22-yard reception. That set up a receiving touchdown where Hunter Henry caught it in triple coverage. The Chargers led 17-16 after three quarters.

Eli Manning threw a touchdown pass to Odell Beckham Jr. The Giants went for a two point conversion and did not get it. New York led the Chargers 22-17.

Melvin Gordon ran it in for a rushing touchdown. That gave the Chargers a 24-22 lead. The Chargers kicked a field goal to win 27-22.

New York lost Odell Beckham Jr., Brandon Marshall, and Sterling Shepard to injuries. That really depleted New York's passing ame.

Melvin Gordon was the player of this game. Gordon had 20 carries, 105 rushing yards, 6 receptions, 58 receiving yards, 163 total yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns.

Jacksonville Jaguars 3-2-0
Pittsburgh Steelers 3-2-0

Game Recap: PITTSBURGH-Jacksonville headed into Pittsburgh. Both teams were looking for a win in week 5.

Chris Boswell got a field goal in the first quarter. Ben Roethlisberger threw a costly pick to Jalen Ramsey and the Jaguars got the ball back. Pittsburgh led 3-0 after one quarter.

Second quarter, Blake Bortles handed the ball off to Leonard Fournette. That rushing touchdown gave Jacksonville a 7-3 lead.

Chris Boswell got another field goal for Pittsburgh before halftime. The Jaguars led 7-6 at halftime.

Pittsburgh took a 9-7 lead after Chris Boswell made a field goal. The crowd was into the game and the defense made a critical stop.

Pittsburgh got the ball back. Ben Roethlsiberger threw a pick 6 to Telvin Smith. That gave Jacksonville a 13-9 lead following a missed extra point.

Barry Church gave Jacksonville another pick 6 at strong safety. That made it a 20-9 game. Jacksonville led 20-9 after three quarters.

Jacksonville got a field goal to make it 23-9. Tashaun Gipson intercepted Ben Roethlisberger. Leonard Fournette had another rushing touchdown to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 30-9. Fournette had 28 carries, 181 rushing yards, and 2 rushing touchdowns.

Arizona Cardinals 2-3-0
Philadelphia Eagles 4-1-0

Game Recap: PHILADELPHIA-It was Carson VS Carson. Carson Palmer the Arizona Cardinals quarterback VS Carson Wentz the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback.

Carson Wentz threw three passing touchdowns in the first quarter. Philadelphia led 21-0 after one quarter.

Carson Palmer threw a touchdown to Jaron Brown. That touchdown gave him more passing touchdowns than Johnny Unitas. Philadelphia still led 21-7.

Philadelphia ended up winning this game 34-7 due to Carson Wentz taking care of business early. Quarterback Carson Wentz went 21/30 with 304 passing yards, 4 passing touchdowns, and 1 interception. Once again Wentz got excellent pass protection from left tackle Jason Peters and right tackle Lane Johnson. Wentz did an awesome job getting Zach Ertz, Torrey Smith, and LeGarrette Blount involved offensively today.

Seattle Seahawks 3-2-0
Los Angeles Rams 3-2-0

Game Recap: LOS ANGELES-THe Rams have had Seattle's number the past few years. Los Angeles has a golden opportunity to separate themselves from Seattle today.

Neither team scored in the first quarter. The Rams got off to a 10-0 run. Russell Wilson threw a passing touchdown to Jimmy Graham. Then Blair Walsh kicked a field goal. It was 10-10 at halftime.

Seattle got a field goal in the third quarter and another field goal in the fourth quarter. Cooper Kupp cost the Rams that game. Jared Goff made an excellent throw, but Kupp couldn't haul in that catch. The fact that Kupp dropped easy passes from Goff is why the Rams lost today.

Earl Thomas is the biggest reason Seattle won today. Thomas had 7 solo tackles, 1 deflection for a pass breakup, 1 interception, and 1 forced fumble.

Baltimore Ravens 3-2-0
Oakland Raiders 2-3-0

Game Recap: OAKLAND-Derek Carr was inactive. It was Joe Flacco facing E.J. Manuel in Oakland.

Mike Wallace caught a 52-yard pass from Joe Flacco. That set up a touchdown to make it 7-0 Ravens. Jimmy Smith recovered a fumble for a touchdown. That gave the Ravens a 14-0 lead.

Oakland got a field goal near the end of the first quarter. Baltimore led 14-3 after one quarter.

Jeremy Maclin made a diving catch. That set up a touchdown for Baltimore putting them ahead 21-3. Baltimore won 30-17 as Oakland look lost without Derek Carr. Jimmy Smith was my player of the game for Baltimore since he limted Amari Cooper to 1 reception for 8 receiving yards.

Green Bay Packers 4-1-0
Dallas Cowboys 2-3-0

Game Recap: DALLAS-Aaron Rodgers faced Dak Prescott once again. Many considered this as the game of the week.

Dak Prescott began the game with a 49-yard pass to Brice Butler. That put Dallas in field goal range. Ezekiel Elliott ran for a 2-yard run on fourth and one. That set up a first down. Green Bay made a stop on third and five, but an unnecessary roughness penalty by Blake Martinez made it first and goal. That kept the drive alive and allowed Dak Prescott to throw a touchdown pass to Cole Beasley. That drive was a 12 play 75-yard drive that took up 6 minutes and 36 seconds.

Aaron Rodgers threw a 24-yard completion to Lance Kendricks. That set up a 10-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams. Masn Crosby's extra point hit the post. Dallas led 7-6 thanks to Crosby's extra point hitting the post.

Dak Prescott put together a 11 play 75-yard drive that took up 5 minutes and 24 seconds. Dallas had the ball for 10 minutes and 37 seconds in the first quarter due to Dallas really controlling the ball effectively on their first two drives. This drive carried over into the second quarter with Dallas ahead 7-6 after one quarter. Prescott threw a second passing touchdown to Cole Beasley give Dallas a 14-6 lead over Green Bay.

Aaron Rodgers got sacked on third down. The Packers' punted the ball to Dallas. Dak Prescott put together a 10 play 57-yard drive that set up another Dallas touchdown with another fourth and one two yard gain by Ezekiel Elliott keeping the drive alive. Prescott threw a touchdown pass to Dez Bryant to give Dallas a 21-6 lead over Green Bay.

Aaron Rodgers threw some completions to Randall Cobb and Richard Rodgers on the following drive. That set up a big drive for Green Bay. A facemask penalty by Anthony Hitchens kept this drive alive on third down as it kept the Packers from settling for a field goal. Aaron Jones ran it up the middle. Mason Crosby missed another easy extra point. Dallas led 21-12 at halftime.

Green Bay got the ball to start the second half. Kevin King got a concussion and was ruled out for the game. Green Bay settled for a field goal on their opening drive. Dallas led 21-15 after three quarters.

Aaron Rodgers led Green Bay downfield on his opening drive in the fourth quarter. That gave Green Bay a 22-21 lead. Dan Bailey kicked a field goal on his following drive to make it a 24-22 game.

Dak Prescott threw a pick 6 to Damarious Randall. Green Bay went for two and did not get it, but still led 28-24.

Prescott rebounded after the pick 6. Prescott put together a 17-play 79-yard drive drive that took up 8 minutes and 43 seconds. With that rushing touchdown Dallas took a 31-28 lead.

Aaron Rogers began his final drive with back-to-back 14-yard completions to Davante Adams and Martellus Bennett. Rodgers set up an 18-yard scramble. Rodgers threw a touchdown to Davante Adams to give Green Bay a 35-31 lead with 11 seconds left in the game.

Green Bay won 35-31. Aaron Rodgers was the biggest reason Green Bay won. Rodgers went 19/29 with 221 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Rodgers big game and clutch ability is a huge reason why the Packers are 4-1 now.

Kansas City Chiefs 5-0-0
Houston Texans 2-3-0

Game Recap: HOUSTON-Kansas City headed to Houston. The Chiefs were the only team without a loss heading into week 5.

Kansas City got the ball first. The Chiefs put together a 15 play 64-yard drive that took 8 minutes and 7 seconds off the clock. Houston held Kansas City to a field goal on this opening drive, but they also lost Whitney Mercilus and J.J. Watt to season ending injuries.

Deshaun Watson put together a nice opening drive. Multiple penalties by Chris Clark absolutely cost the Texans huge field position and ultimately took the Texans out of field goal range.

Kansas City led 3-0 after one quarter. Kansas City had the ball for 10 minutes and 56 seconds in the first quarter. Kansas City got another field goal to take a 6-0 lead due to having the ball for 6 minutes and 26 seconds on their second drive.

Alex Smith and Kareem Hunt continued to control the momentum on Kansas City's next drive. Alex Smith threw a passing touchdown and Kansas City took a 13-0 lead.

D'Onta Foreman fumbled the ball. Derrick Johnson recovered the fumble. Kansas City got a quick field goal to take a 16-0 lead in the second quarter.

Deshaun Watson finally put something together on the next drive. He threw a touchdown pass to DeAndre Hopkins. Kansas City led 16-7.

Alex Smith responded with a quick drive of his own where he threw a passing touchdown to Charcandrick West. That made it 23-7. Kansas City had the ball for 10 minutes and 39 seconds in the second quarter meaning Kansas City had the football for 21 minutes and 35 seconds in the first half. Talk about ball control.

Houston got the ball to start the third quarter. Kansas City made a defensive stop on Houston's first drive. Watson threw a touchdown pass to Will Fuller on the Texans next drive to make it 23-13 after Houston attempted a two point conversion and failed. Kansas City led 23-13 after three quarters.

Kansas City got a field goal early in the fourth quarter. That made it 26-13 with the Chiefs ahead by 13.

Deshaun Watson threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Will Fuller. That made it 26-20 with Kansas City only ahead by 6 now.

Alex Smith threw a touchdown. That gave the Chiefs a 32-20 lead. Tyreek Hill returned a punt for a touchdown which gave the Chiefs a 39-20 lead.

Houston watched Deshaun Watson throw a passing touchdown. They went for 2 only to come up empty handed again. That made it a 39-26 game. Kansas City kicked a field goal on their next drive to make it 42-26.

Deshaun Watson threw a passing touchdown to DeAndre Hopkins. Houston went for two to make it a 42-34 game. Kansas City won 42-34.

Both quarterbacks stepped up in this game. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith went 29/37 with 324 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson went 16/31 with 261 passing yards, 5 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions.

Minnesota Vikings 3-2-0
Chicago Bears 1-4-0

Game Recap: CHICAGO-Sam Bradford returned from his injury. Mitchell Trubisky also made his first career start tonight.

Chicago got a safety on Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford. Chicago led 2-0 after one quarter.

Minnesota got a field goal in the second quarter. Minnesota led 3-2 at halftime.

Case Keenum came in for Sam Bradford in the second half. Both teams traded touchdowns in the third quarter before a 58-yard run by McKinnon which made it a 17-9 game after three quarters. Mitchell Trubisky was 10/21 with 102 passing yards through three quarters.

Mitchell Trubisky threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. Then he ran it in for a two point conversion that tied the game at 17. Minnesota took a field goal to take a 20-17. Trubisky ahd a chance to win this forgettable Monday Night Game for the Chicago Bears. He threw an interception to Harrison Smith who was my player of the game as he took care of business for the Vikings.

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