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Ben Collins and Michael Beardmore

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  1. Seahawks win again...

    Russell Wilson threw a six-yard touchdown pass to DK Metcalf with 15 seconds to play as the Seattle Seahawks maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 27-26 victory against the Minnesota Vikings.

    The winning drive came after the Vikings opted against a short field-goal attempt that could have given them an eight-point lead with two minutes left.

    Instead, Alexander Mattison was stopped for no gain on 4th & 1 from Seattle's six-yard line, allowing Wilson to reply by orchestrating a game-winning drive to finish with 217 passing yards and three touchdowns.

    The Seahawks overcame a 13-0 half-time deficit to go 5-0 for the first time in franchise history.

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    Video caption: Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott & Miles Sanders in NFL plays of week 5
  2. Post update

    The Las Vegas Raiders upset the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday to leave just five teams unbeaten in the NFL, before the Seattle Seahawks hosted the Minnesota Vikings in the late game.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers moved to a 4-0 record after winning on Sunday while the Dallas Cowboys' last-gasp win over the New York Giants was overshadowed by a serious injury to star quarterback Dak Prescott.

    Scroll down to read round-ups of Sunday's games, see clips of the best action and follow the action as it unfolded.

  3. Game of the day

    Kansas City Chiefs 32-40 Las Vegas Raiders

    Derek Carr passed for 347 yards and three touchdowns as the Las Vegas Raiders stunned last season's Super Bowl winners, the Kansas City Chiefs. The upset halted a 13-game winning streak for the Chiefs that included last season's Super Bowl run.

    Josh Jacobs scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns, the first capping a methodical eight-minute drive while the second consisted of just one play following an interception by Jeff Heath. That pick was the first of the season for Patrick Mahomes after 12 touchdown passes.

    Last season's Super Bowl MVP had a 22-for-43 passing performance, throwing for 340 yards and two touchdowns.

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  4. Late games round-up

    Greg Zuerlein kicked a game-winning field goal from 34 yards on the final play as the Dallas Cowboys clinched a 37-34 victory at home to the winless New York Giants.

    The win snapped a two-game losing streak and saw Dallas improve to a 2-3 record, but it was overshadowed by an ugly ankle injury suffered by Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott in the third quarter.

    The 27-year-old, who entered the game leading the NFL in completions (137), attempts (201) and passing yards (1,690), was set to undergo surgery on Sunday night.

    Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 350 yards as the Miami Dolphins won 43-17 at the San Francisco 49ers, with last season's NFC champions benching quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo after he threw two interceptions on successive drives at the end of the first half.

    Baker Mayfield threw for 247 yards and two touchdowns as the Cleveland Browns beat the Indianapolis Colts 32-23 to claim their fourth straight win and make a 4-1 start for the first time since 1994. Veteran Colts quarterback Philip Rivers threw two interceptions, the latter taken back for a touchdown by Ronnie Harrison to give Cleveland a 27-10 lead late in the third quarter.

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  5. Best of the early games

    Rookie receiver Chase Claypool scored four touchdowns as the Pittsburgh Steelers held off a late rally to win 38-29 over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Claypool had seven catches for 110 yards and Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completed 27 of 34 passes for 239 yards as the Steelers secured a 4-0 start for the first time since 1979.

    Lamar Jackson passed for two touchdowns as the Baltimore Ravens eased to a 27-3 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens' defence sacked the Bengals' rookie quarterback Joe Burrow seven times and forced three turnovers.

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  6. Early games round-up

    Teddy Bridgewater threw two touchdown passes and finished with a total of 313 passing yards as the Carolina Panthers beat the Atlanta Falcons 23-16. The Panthers are now 3-2 after winning their third game in a row while Atlanta remain winless.

    Interim head coach Romeo Crennel guided the Houston Texans to their first win of the season. Deshaun Watson threw three touchdown passes in a 30-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    Jared Goff threw for 309 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Los Angeles Rams to a 30-10 victory at Washington, while Kyler Murray accounted for 411 total yards and two touchdowns as the Arizona Cardinals (3-2) got back to winning ways with a 30-10 victory at the winless New York Jets.

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  7. Post update

    Here's that game-winning field goal. The Giants will be gutted but they had their chances.

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  8. Field goal - Cowboys win

    Dallas Cowboys 37-34 New York Giants

    After a lengthy review, the Gallup catch stands.

    Greg Zuerlein almost misses what looked a routine field goal but it creeps inside the post.

    The Giants remain winless at 0-5 while Dallas move top of the NFC East at 2-3.

    But the game will be remembered for an awful ankle injury suffered by Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott that looks probable to keep him sidelined for some time.

  9. Post update

    Dallas Cowboys 34-34 New York Giants

    An even bigger catch from Michael Gallup down the sidelines and Dallas are well in field goal range now.

    They will run down the clock and give Greg Zuerlein the chance to kick a game-winning field goal.

  10. Post update

    Michael Gallup with a crucial 19-yard catch for the Cowboys who are closing in on field goal range with 30 seconds left.

  11. Post update

    Dallas Cowboys 34-34 New York Giants

    Dallas forces the punt and they get the ball back with just under a minute remaining.

    Back-up Andy Dalton is back in. He finds Amari Cooper who breaks a tackle and gives the Cowboys a key first down.

  12. Field goal Browns

    Cleveland Browns 32-23 Indianapolis Colts

    The Browns run the clock down to under 30 seconds before Cody Parkey makes a 46-yard field goal. That makes it a two-possession game so Cleveland are set for a fourth straight win.

  13. Post update

    Dallas Cowboys 34-34 New York Giants

    Some scramble from Giants quarterback Daniel Jones as he's flushed out of the pocket but still finds Darius Slayton down the sideline.

  14. Field goal Cowboys

    Dallas Cowboys 34-34 New York Giants

    Greg Zuerlein lands a field goal just inside the post to level matters in Texas.

    Just under two minutes left for either side to win this before it goes to overtime.

    The Giants, still seeking their first win of the season under new head coach Joe Judge, will get first crack at it.

  15. Post update

    Dallas Cowboys 31-34 New York Giants

    Some strong running football from Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard has got the Dallas Cowboys well into New York territory with three and a half minutes to go.

    Injured Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will undergo ankle surgery tonight, commentators have confirmed.

    Can back-up Andy Dalton lead Dallas to victory in his stead?

  16. Field goal Colts

    Cleveland Browns 29-23 Indianapolis Colts

    Philip Rivers is intercepted for a second time tonight but Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield is also picked six plays later.

    And the Colts gain some reward with Rodrigo Blankenship kicking a 25-yard field goal. It's a six-point game with 2:53 remaining.

  17. Touchdown Giants

    Dallas Cowboys 31-34 New York Giants

    Andy Dalton's fumble is punished fully as Devonta Freeman bullies his way over from four yards to put the Giants back ahead for the first time since the second quarter.

    There didn't seem to be a gap there for the former Falcons running-back but he manufactured one.

    The G-Men go for the two-point conversion and get it as Daniel Jones finds offensive tackle Andrew Thomas free in the endzone. It's not the cleanest of catches but it counts.

  18. Full-time

    San Francisco 49ers 17-43 Miami Dolphins

    It's all over in San Francisco. The 49ers drop to 2-3 at the bottom of the NFC West, ahead of that daunting schedule, while Miami also now have a 2-3 record.

  19. Turnover Cowboys

    Dallas Cowboys 31-26 New York Giants

    Disaster for Dallas as stand-in quarterback Andy Dalton seems to be taken by surprise by a snap and fumbles the ball.

    The Giants emerge with it after a scrum and are inside the Dallas 20.

    Injured Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been taken to a hospital after the horrendous ankle injury he suffered earlier.

  20. Field goal Dolphins

    San Francisco 49ers 17-43 Miami Dolphins

    After scoring a touchdown and a field goal on their first two possessions in the second half, the 49ers' offence has stalled again.

    They have to hand the ball over on downs before CJ Beathard fumbles after being sacked, either side of a Jason Sanders field goal for Miami.

    San Francisco are struggling at quarterback, and check out their next five opponents...Rams. Patriots, Seahawks, Packers and Saints. Last season's Super Bowl run seems a distant memory.