After a 14-hour day of football, courtesy of a 9 a.m. London game, the sixth Sunday of the NFL season is in the books.
Two winless teams picked up victories, two remain winless and two stay undefeated through Week 6. Others, like the Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys, continue to struggle while teams like the Seattle Seahawks and Houston Texans are on the rise.
Here is what you missed in Week 6:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have shown flashes of being an offensive juggernaut, but then Jameis Winston goes back to doing Jameis Winston things. The Bucs QB threw five interceptions and fumbled twice in Sunday's game in London as the Carolina Panthers cruised to a 37-26 victory.
The Philadelphia Eagles returned to the site of their Super Bowl LII victory, but they were overmatched by the Minnesota Vikings. Kirk Cousins threw for 333 yards and four touchdowns, while the Vikings defense had two sacks and five QB hits to keep Carson Wentz under pressure all day in a 38-20 win.
Battle For Top Pick
The battle between two winless teams went as one would expect. The first six possessions ended in punts, but Redskins QB Case Keenum connected with Terry McLaurin for two touchdowns and Washington decided it would hold on for a 17-16 victory over the Miami Dolphins for their first win of the season.
The Houston Texans did not play their best football against the Kansas City Chiefs, but Deshaun Watson had a chance to win the game in the fourth quarter and delivered on a late game-winning drive as the Texans walked out of Arrowhead Stadium with a victory. Meanwhile, the Chiefs are now losers of two straight with glaring questions about their defense.
Seahawks Are in Sync
The Seattle Seahawks overcame a 20-6 deficit on the road as Russell Wilson tossed two touchdowns and Chris Carson ran for 124 yards and the go-ahead score in a 32-28 victory over the Cleveland Browns that featured some choreographed touchdown celebrations.
Saints Blessed With Win
The New Orleans Saints and Jacksonville Jaguars were engaged in a gritty, low-scoring battle, but the Saints' luck without Drew Brees continued as Teddy Bridgewater found Jared Cook for a TD at the end of the third quarter to break a 6-6 tie and the Saints improved to 5-1 after getting an unintentional blessing from the Pope.