Live Week 5 NFL Scores, Schedule, and News: Cowboys’ Micah Parsons Wrecks Rams; Taysom Hill Explodes For 4 TDs

We’re covering Week 5 of the 2022 NFL season throughout the day. Week 5 offers some great matchups and stories, starting with the Giants and Packers in London. Keep checking back for updates.

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12-9 (OT) Colts (Takeaways)


(Takeaways) Giants 27, Packers 22 (London)
Texans 13, Jaguars 6; Saints 39, Seahawks 32; Jets 40, Dolphins 17 (Recap)
(Takeaways) Takeaways: Buccaneers 21, Falcons 15; Titans 21, Commanders 17; 49ers 37, Panthers 15; Eagles 20, Cardinals 17
22-10 Cowboys (Takeaways)
EDT, Bengals vs. Ravens (Gametracker)


Raiders vs. Chiefs (Preview), ET


Murray! First, he slid before the first down, bringing up the third down. Murray spiked with 22 seconds remaining and no timeouts. The Cardinals’ kicker, Matt Ammendola, missed wide right in warmups. Ammendola missed wide right again, securing the Eagles’ perfect record.


Micah Parsons capped the Cowboys’ fourth straight win. Parsons slid between Rob Havenstein’s pads and sacked Matthew Stafford when the Rams were down 22-10 and looking to score late. Cowboys! Finished!

Parsons had five tackles (one for a loss), nine quarterback pressures, three quarterback hits, two sacks, and a forced fumble. game-wrecker.

The Cardinals triumph.

Jonathan Ward’s hamstring issue ruled out James Conner and Darrel Williams. When the Cardinals needed a huge play, Eno Benjamin delivered. Arizona tied Philadelphia with his 11-yard run.

Two fumbles!

Lucky us! The Rams and Cardinals faked punts minutes apart. Arizona’s fake was more valuable, as the Cardinals got a field goal before halftime to get within four points.


Brown, go! The Cardinals sacrificed a first-round pick for the young wideout. He converted a straightforward play into a touchdown. Two Eagles should have stopped him at the 18-yard line. He beat the Philadelphia defenders for a 25-yard touchdown.


Nothing against the Panthers suggests differently about the 49ers’ defense. San Francisco had two straight pick-sixes.


Another game, another run that favours Tony Pollard over Ezekiel Elliott. On his 57-yard score, he surged up the middle, avoided two tackles, and wove into the end zone. Pollard has +2.6 yards over expectation per carry, according to Next Gen Stats. Elliott’s -0.5.

Kupp’s JETS

Cooper Kupp is amazed. His latest highlights include a one-handed catch and a 75-yard touchdown.

After the first quarter, the Cardinals were still scoreless.

The Cardinals haven’t scored in the first quarter this season. Five games, zero points through 15 minutes. Sunday’s 2-2 record was impressive.

Excellent first catch

The Rams’ Tutu Atwell has battled injuries since joining the Rams in 2021, but he displayed his big-play potential Sunday. The 5-foot-9 speedster caught Matthew Stafford’s beautiful pass for 54 yards.

Moss, running back

Tevin Coleman, who is 6-foot-1, leapt over Myles Hartsfield for a 30-yard reception.


Demarcus Lawrence didn’t wait for the offense to start the game before scoring. Lawrence took the ball 19 yards to the end zone following a strip sack by Dorance Armstrong Jr.

Taysom Hill, Electric

Taysom Hill helped the Saints beat the Seahawks on Sunday. Four touchdowns helped New Orleans beat Seattle 39-32. Nine carries for 112 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, plus a 22-yard pass. New Orleans must rely on Hill if it wants to make the playoffs this season.


Carson Wentz’s interception near the goal line late in the fourth quarter dropped the Commanders to 1-4. Six interceptions in five games. After three straight wins, the Titans lead the AFC South.

RB TD replacement

Kenneth Walker III joins James Cook and Dameon Pierce in scoring today. Second-rounder Rashaad Penny’s replacement burst through the middle for a 69-yard score.

FG terrible

Brandon Staley nearly won for the Browns after the Chargers failed on fourth down. Cade York’s 53-yard field goal attempt was blocked by the defenders. 3-2 for LA.

Red-zone INT

Jacoby Brissett has been solid for the Browns through three quarters. With the game on the line, Deshaun Watson’s replacement has flopped. A nasty interception with just 3 minutes left cost Cleveland the lead.


The Seahawks boast one of the season’s most entertaining offenses. Geno Smith has been throwing deep to DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. Smith threw Lockett a 40-yard touchdown pass.

Our beloved Taysom Hill. His lone completion came on a 22-yard touchdown pass to Adam Trautman.

Chargers-Browns shootout

Last season’s Browns-Chargers game had 89 points and ended 47-42. Both teams had 55 points entering the fourth quarter on Sunday. Kareem Hunt’s 2-yard touchdown gave Cleveland the lead.


Dyami? Dyami Brown was a 2021 third-round pick for the Commanders. In his first 19 games, he caught 13 passes for 171 yards and no touchdowns. He has 105 yards receiving and his first two career touchdowns, including this one-handed catch.

Zappe provides

On Sunday, New England was Patriots-only. Bailey Zappe has been more than capable as Mac Jones’ replacement. Zappe completed 16 of 19 throws for 165 yards, one interception, and a score to Jakobi Meyers.

TD debut

Velus Jones Jr. scored his first TD for the Bears on a dump-off jet sweep.


Trevor Lawrence! Lawrence passed to No. 3 overall choice Derek Stingley Jr. on second-and-1 from the 7-yard line. Lawrence’s mistake ties the game.

Lockett soothes the crowd.

The Saints appeared to lead at halftime. Geno Smith threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett in the final seconds after Alvin Kamara fumbled.

Josh Allen is insane.

Josh Allen occasionally plays Madden. He had 348 yards and four touchdowns against a Steelers defense that allowed 251.5 per game. Two quarters Allen’s 14 completions are even wilder. That’s an insane 24.9 yards per pass.


First-half stats for Justin Jefferson. 138 yards on 10 catches. One of the best wide receivers in football is dominating the Bears.

Today’s catch?

Darnell Mooney’s catch against the Vikings was probably the best today. Wow!

Gabe Davis, Enjoy!

Gabe Davis’ ankle issue hindered him in the first month. In the games he played, he had eight receptions for 138 yards. He picked up 160 yards against the Steelers in the first half. He’s scored 98 and 62-yard touchdowns for an 80-yard average per grab. Irrelevant.

FIRE cousins

Kirk Cousins starting? No Cousins abroad? Poor. At 1 p.m. ET, The Vikings’ quarterback has been faultless versus the Bears in this area. franchise record: 17 straight passes to start the game. These completions have given Minnesota 176 yards and a touchdown.

Bomb Wentz

Two weeks ago, the Commanders’ offensive was bad. Carson Wentz looked to Dyami Brown to change that in Week 5. Wentz threw a fantastic deep ball to Brown, who took it 75 yards for a touchdown.

A rookie RB escapes

Jets rookie Breece Hall has grown each week and made a big play against the Dolphins. No one covered Hall out of the backfield, leading to a 79-yard pitch-and-catch to the Miami 1-yard line. Michael Carter scored to double New York’s lead.

Ekeler racing

The Chargers’ 71-yard run gave the Chargers a much-needed boost. Newsome II deserves credit. He stopped Ekeler before he crossed the goal line, saving Los Angeles four points.

Geno cookin’

Geno Smith is off to another terrific start against the Saints. The Seahawks took the lead on a 50-yard pass to DK Metcalf on the run.


The fourth-overall pick isn’t just a lockdown cornerback. Teddy Bridgewater realized on his first snap that Sauce Gardner could make plays in the backfield. Gardner’s corner blitz forced Bridgewater to intentionally ground the ball. Safe! 2-0 Jets

Unstoppable Chubb

The Chargers may want to sign Nick Chubb, the Browns’ three-time Pro Bowler. Chubb dodged one tackle, sidestepped another, and bounced off a third before scoring a 41-yard touchdown.


The Bills overcame a bad start. Josh Allen made up for Taiwan Jones’ muffed kickoff by throwing a dart over two Steelers defenders and into Gabe Davis’ hands. On the opening drive, the dynamic wideout scored 98 yards.

Barkley retaliates.

Saquon Barkley returned from a shoulder injury in the second half against the Packers. Barkley’s 41-yard catch-and-run set up his fourth-quarter touchdown run.

The Giants score on trick-or-treat

Daniel Bellinger’s second-quarter touchdown trimmed the Giants’ deficit to 17-10. Bellinger’s touchdown came on a reserve play after Barkley’s 40-yard rush.

TEX Marcedes Lewis scored Green Bay’s second first-half touchdown in London on Sunday. Lewis’ touchdown gave the Packers a 17-3 lead over the Giants.

Week 5 was rainless.

In fantasy leagues, check the weather. Avoid my mistakes.

Hurricane Ian’s remnants rained on last week’s Jaguars-Eagles and Bills-Ravens games. Rain is horrible for fantasy kickers. Jake Elliott was in my starting lineup for last weekend’s 1 p.m. games. He tripped.

Don’t worry about Week 5’s weather, for fantasy or otherwise. As of Friday afternoon, nine of the 15 games slated for Sunday and Monday are expecting clear skies, three are expecting partly overcast skies, and three are in domes, where you’d expect perfect circumstances. Only one game might start wet. Texans vs. Jaguars in Jacksonville… with a 2% chance of rain. RotoGrinders Chief Meteorologist Kevin Roth predicts little wind.

If your club (or fantasy squad) loses in Week 5, blame the players (or in your lineup).

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