While Drew Brees and Tom Brady continue making history, the rookie quarterbacks are making their mark.
Brees broke Peyton Manning's record for career passing yards on Monday night and Brady became the third quarterback to throw 500 touchdown passes last Thursday night. Brady is 40 TD passes away from passing Manning for first on the career list. He also is one win away from becoming the first quarterback with 200 regular-season wins.
Arizona's Josh Rosen, Buffalo's Josh Allen, Cleveland's Baker Mayfield and the New York Jets' Sam Darnold did their part to prove the NFL should be in good hands in the future. Each player led his team to victory in Week 5, the first time since the merger that rookie QBs were 4-0 or better in a single week.
Here's a look inside more numbers going into Week 6:
NO AUTOMATICS: Extra points haven't been automatic since the NFL moved the conversion back 13 yards from the 2-yard line to the 15 in 2015. But kickers are missing even more attempts this season. Through five weeks, there have been 20 missed extra points. There were 17 in each of the previous two seasons at this point and 18 in 2015.
DESHAUN'S QUEST: Deshaun Watson can become the first quarterback to throw for 375 yards or more in four consecutive games when the Houston Texans host Buffalo. Ryan Fitzpatrick did it in the first three games this season. Brady and Hall of Famer Kurt Warner also had three-game streaks. Jacksonville's Blake Bortles has done it in the past two games.
KIRK'S IMPACT: Minnesota's Kirk Cousins is the first player in league history to complete at least 30 passes in four consecutive games. Adam Thielen is a recipient of many of those throws. He is the third player with at least 100 yards receiving in each of his team's first five games to start a season.
GO-TO GUY: Zach Ertz has been Carson Wentz's go-to receiver since the Eagles quarterback returned from knee surgery. Ertz has at least 10 catches for 100 yards in two straight games. Only four players have ever done it three consecutive weeks.
FREE FOOTBALL: At least one game has reached overtime in each of the first five weeks. That hadn't happened before. The Browns have played in three OT games already, going 1-1-1.
GREATEST SHOW ON TURF: The Rams are the fifth team to score at least 30 points in each of their first five games to start a season in NFL history. The record is eight held by the 2000 Rams, 2013 Broncos and 2007 Patriots.