An exciting day of NFL action wasn’t over until a wild late-game sequence between the Dallas Cowboys and the New England Patriots, and even then it wasn’t over. An interception return for a touchdown, a 75-yard scoring pass and a 49-yard field goal, all in the final two and a half minutes of regulation, only served to send the game into overtime. Dallas finally prevailed on a touchdown pass in the extra session, and we could all exhale and take stock of what had happened with two games left in Week 6.

One notable result happened many hours earlier, when the Jacksonville Jaguars got their first win of the season with a close victory in London over the Miami Dolphins. That left the Detroit Lions, who later fell to 0-6 against the Cincinnati Bengals, as the NFL’s only winless squad. As of last week, the league had just one unbeaten squad, and the Arizona Cardinals retained that status with a resounding win over the Cleveland Browns.

The Baltimore Ravens moved to 5-1 with a lopsided win over the previously 4-1 Los Angeles Chargers, and the Green Bay Packers notched the same record with a victory in Chicago that included Aaron Rodgers taunting Bears fans. The Rams had no trouble getting to 5-1 against the host New York Giants, while the Las Vegas Raiders began the post-Jon Gruden era with a convincing triumph at Denver.

The Minnesota Vikings again had a game come down to the wire before snatching an overtime win from the Carolina Panthers, while the Indianapolis Colts and Kansas City Chiefs had fewer stressful moments in wins over, respectively, the Houston Texans and Washington Football Team. Read below for details and analysis of the Week 5 action.