We’re now five weeks in and the NFL season is really hotting up.
The New England Patriots are now the only undefeated team remaining this season through a quintet of matches after they swatted aside the Washington Redskins 33-7.
The San Francisco 49ers, who had their bye last week, can go 4-0 if they defeat the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday morning.
We also had the first London game of the year at the weekend with the Oakland Raiders beating the Chicago Bears in the first NFL match at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
So, what were the five major talking points from Sunday’s games? Find out below.
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Mahomes magic can’t stop Kansas defeat
Right now, it wouldn’t be an NFL weekend without the Chiefs quarterback pulling off another insane play.
He didn’t disappoint, even if the Indianapolis Colts did edge the game 19-13 at Arrowhead Stadium.
His throw to Byron Pringle for a 27-yard touchdown so him go more than 20 yards behind the line of scrimmage, beat defenders, and then unleash a pass while running at 15.61 miles per hour. Astonishing.
Dallas Cowboys can’t keep up with the Jones
Usually if the Green Bay Packers are having a day there is only one Aaron who is going to have done the damage.
On Sunday, though, it was Aaron Jones who shredded the Cowboys by claiming four rushing touchdowns and 182 total yards on the night.
The 34-24 loss is the second in a row for Dallas who started the season with three victories on the spin.
Carr loves the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Harry Kane
It might have been the sweet taste of victory colouring Derek Carr’s feeling but the Oakland Raiders couldn’t hide his affection for the NFL’s newest stadium.
Two games per year will be played at Spurs’ sensational new arena and it sounds like the players are loving their experience of it so far.
Carr, who led his team to a 24-21 win over the Chicago Bears thanks to a thrilling late drive, said: “Everything about it is first-class. The details in every room you go in. This is one of, if not the best stadium I’ve ever played in in my life.
“I love the London trip. I’m a soccer fan and it’s cool to me that I got to talk to Harry Kane before the game. I told him I’m a huge fan and he said the same, and I’m like, ‘How do you even know who we are?’.
“I told him, ‘I play as you on FIFA’, so we got to meet and that was cool to me.
“I think more players are understanding that this is where the game’s going so they’re definitely more accepting.”
Brady goes third
Not only did he keep up the Patriots’ unbeaten record, he managed to break into third place in all-time career passing yards.
Even though many have believed for some time the 42 year-old would begin to gradually decline as he hit his forties, he’s still doing his thing at the highest level and another Super Bowl appearance looks like a serious possibility.
Brady has now thrown for 71,923 yards since 2000, putting him behind only Peyton Manning (71,940) and Drew Brees (74,845).
Beware the CMac attack
Another man looking to fire himself into the MVP question this season is Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey.
He was in stunning form against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday with 237 scrimmage yards and three touchdown including one lung-busting 84-yard rush and a flip into the end zone.
His hard work gave the Panthers a 34-27 victory with Kyle Allen under centre.