10 Amazing Plays You Have to See From Week 5 In The NFL

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Week 5 of the NFL season is in the books, and man there were some incredible plays yet again. The Chicago Bears ran perhaps the most interesting play I’ve ever seen to get a two-point conversion, the Jacksonville Jaguars had two pick sixes off Ben Roethlisberger, and Aaron Rodgers did his thing in Dallas…again. Here are the best plays from the NFL in Week 5.

Leonard Fournette 90-Yard TD Run

Leonard Fournette is a freak of nature, proving it on this 90-yard touchdown run in which he ran faster than any other player in the NFL has on one play. He weighs 228 pounds…

Chicago Bears Fake Punt for TD

The Bears had to get creative with their offense struggling, so they pulled off this fake punt to Benny Cunningham who made a few defenders look silly on his way into the end zone.

A.J. Green 77-Yard TD

Green got on the board early against the Buffalo Bills by abusing the corner here for a 77-yard catch and scamper. The Bengals have turned their offensive struggles around, largely because they are getting the ball to Green.

Bears Use Most Interesting Play Ever For 2-Point Conversion

This is legitimately the most convoluted and interesting play I’ve ever seen run in the NFL in any circumstance. I was completely floored after I saw this. They handed it off out of the shotgun to Jordan Howard, he gave it to Zach Miller running the opposite way who pitched it back to Mitchell Trubisky who ran it in for a score. Creativity at its finest.

Nelson Agholor Hits The Juke Stick For Huge TD

Agholor had been a topic of ire for Philadelphia Eagles fans. He is turning that reputation around with some massive plays this season, perhaps none more electric than this long touchdown. Agholor must have played some Madden in his day because he turned into a human juke stick on this one.

David Njoku One-Handed TD

Njoku has quietly had a nice rookie season thus far. He has scored three times already and put the Browns ahead with this incredible diving, one-handed touchdown grab. The Cleveland Browns have had little to cheer about, but Njoku is definitely worth getting excited over.

Duke Johnson Jr. Hit the Jets For Catch and Run TD

Johnson Jr. executed the absolute perfect screen pass here, following his blockers long enough for them to set up the lanes and then turning on the jets to find the end zone. He broke a tackle at the end for good measure, making this as complete a play from a running back as you will find.

Aaron Rodgers to Adams

Rodgers is ridiculous. The Dallas Cowboys scored with 1:13 left in the game to go ahead 31-28. That was more than enough time for Rodgers, who, like in the playoffs last season, led a miraculous drive to win the game. He hit Davante Adams with this absolutely perfect throw to win 35-31.

Barry Church Return TD

The Jacksonville Jaguars pass defense has been electric this season and is a major reason they are 3-2. They flustered Ben Roethlisberger into five interceptions, plus two pick sixes on consecutive drives. This Barry Church return was the second of the two.

E.J. Manuel to Crabtree

While the Oakland Raiders offense mostly struggled against the Baltimore Ravens, Manuel was able to find Michael Crabtree after making some nice moves in the pocket for a deep score.

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