The Cowboys won in Lambeau Field for the first time
Dallas Cowboys won for the first time in almost ten years at Lambeau Field, to move to 5-1 for the NFL season.
The Cowboys defeated the Green Bay Packers 30-16, and now top the NFC East standings, with only the Minnesota Vikings having a better record in the NFC.
Dak Prescott, the rookie quarterback, threw three touchdowns in the win. Tony Romo, the established quarterback is expected to return from injury next week, giving the team's hierarchy a dilemma.
Tom Brady played his first home game for the New England Patriots this season on Sunday. After returning from a four-game ban last weekend, Brady threw three touchdowns in the 35-17 win over Cincinnati.
Seattle Seahawks have continued their unheralded start to the season with their third win in a row, to move to 4-1. Along with New England, Dallas and the unbeaten Minnesota, they are the four teams to have lost one game or fewer this season.
In a 26-24 win over the fancied Atlanta Falcons, all three of Seattle's touchdown's came on the ground, with Christine Michael scoring twice and Alex Collins adding a third.
Sunday's NFL Results:
Philadelphia 20-27 Washington
Pittsburgh 15-30 Miami
Jacksonville 17-16 Chicago
Cleveland 26-28 Tennessee
Cincinnati 17-35 New England
San Francisco 16-45 Buffalo
Baltimore 23-27 New York Giants
Los Angeles 28-31 Detroit
Carolina 38-41 New Orleans
Kansas City 26-10 Oakland
Dallas 30-16 Green Bay
Atlanta 24-26 Seattle
Indianapolis 23-26 Houston