Minnesota Vikings are the NFL's last unbeaten team after a win at home to Houston
After his four-game ban at the start of the season, four-time SuperBowl winner Tom Brady returned to the New England Patriots starting lineup on Sunday night.
The quarterback threw three touchdown passes, all to tight-end Martellus Bennett as the Patriots beat the Cleveland Browns 33-13. The Patriots are now 4-1 for the season.
Minnesota Vikings are the only unbeaten team left in the NFL this season. The NFC North team were comfortable winners at home over the Houston Texans. After scoring two early touchdowns in the first quarter for a 14-0 lead, the Vikings went on to win 31-13.
Denver Broncos, the SuperBowl champions and Philadelphia Eagles both went into Week 5 with unbeaten records, but both suffered their first losses of the season.
Paxton Lynch, started his first game at quarterback for the Broncos, as they lost 23-16 at home to the Atlanta Falcons. Both teams are now 4-1 for the season.
Philadelphia lost by a point away to Detroit. A first career loss at quarterback for Carson Wentz, the Eagles are now 3-1 for the season, as the Lions move to 2-3.
Oakland, Pittsburgh and Dallas all won on Sunday as the teams continue their strong starts to the season. The three teams are now 4-1 after respective wins over San Diego, New York Jets and Cincinnati respectively.
Sunday's NFL Results:
Houston 13-31 Minnesota
Chicago 23-29 Indianapolis
New York Jets 13-31 Pittsburgh
Tennessee 30-17 Miami
Philadelphia 23-24 Detroit
New England 33-13 Cleveland
Washington 16-10 Baltimore
Atlanta 23-16 Denver
Cincinnati 14-28 Dallas
San Diego 31-34 Oakland
Buffalo 30-19 Los Angeles
New York Giants 16-23 Green Bay