In Week 6 of the NFL schedule, several teams made big moves to take over their divisions. The New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Los Angeles Rams all picked up necessary victories. Of those wins, the Patriots shut down the momentum of division rivals New York, while Pittsburgh handed the only undefeated squad in the league their first loss. Meanwhile, the Rams took down a surprising early contender who is now struggling.

Patriots top Jets

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots had a tough start today as they took on division rivals the New York Jets.

The overachieving Jets, led by quarterback Josh McCown, had won three-straight games heading into this pivotal matchup.

The NY Jets even had the Pats on the ropes early with a 14-0 lead in the second quarter, but New England fought back, scoring two touchdowns to tie it at 14 at the half. In the third quarter, another New England TD came to give Brady's team the lead. A controversial overturned touchdown for the Jets ended up possibly costing them the game and giving New England the ball back.

With that, New England moved to 4-2 overall and a perfect 3-0 on the road. The Jets dropped to 3-3 now with a 2-1 home record. More importantly, the win has New England atop the AFC East, but only by a game as the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins each have a game to play to catch up.

Pittsburgh's big win

Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers did what five other teams couldn't this season: beat the Kansas City Chiefs. The Steelers' defense was able to hold back Alex Smith and the Chiefs today, allowing them to score just one touchdown in the fourth quarter and only a field goal in the first three quarters.

Pittsburgh was able to score two touchdowns thanks to the tandem of Roethlisberger by air and Le'Veon Bell by ground to give the Steelers the 19-13 win.

The victory also has Pittsburgh sitting on top of the AFC North at 4-2 for the season. Baltimore is 3-3, while the Cincinnati Bengals are quietly 2-3 and still in contention.

The Cleveland Browns are still winless and at the bottom with an 0-6 record.

Rams defeat Jags

Most seasons, the Seattle Seahawks are in control of the NFC West, but not this NFL season. That spot currently belongs to the Los Angeles Rams. On Sunday, they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-17 on the road. That puts the Rams at 4-2 for their season.

Jared Goff has been a big part of the team's success, but in today's game, it was the defense and their special teams. Two touchdowns were scored via special teams play which helped give the Rams a boost. The defense also shut down rookie running back Leonard Fournette at his home arena.

At 4-2 the Rams are No. 1 in their division, but those Seattle Seahawks are right behind them. As of this report, Russell Wilson and company have a 3-2 record and don't play again until next Sunday.