With the fifth Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performances of week five. The Philadelphia Eagles steamrolled the Arizona Cardinals early, while the Jacksonville Jaguars did their damage to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second half. Lastly, the Kansas City Chiefs won in Houston on Sunday night to stay undefeated.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles put yesterday's game against the Arizona Cardinals away in the first quarter. Carson Wentz threw three touchdown passes to give the team an early 21-0 lead.

For the rest of the game, the Eagles defense basically shut down the Cardinals and Philly added a few more points to win 34-7.

Wentz had the best game of his young career, going 21/30 (70 percent) for 304 yards. He also had a career-high four passing touchdowns and quarterback rating of 128.3. The Eagles now sit at 4-1 on the season and face a tough challenge on a short week, as they take on the surging Carolina Panthers on the road Thursday night.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars got off to a slow start on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

At halftime, they were only winning by one point and the Steelers drove down the field at the start of the third quarter to take a 9-7 lead.

Then Jacksonville's defense stepped up, as they picked off Ben Roethlisberger four times in the second half and returned two of those for touchdowns. Their offense also pounded the rock behind Leonard Fournette and Chris Ivory in the second half with 19 carries for 172 yards and one touchdown.

Quarterback Blake Bortles had one pass attempt in the entire second half. Next week the Jaguars, who have been very up-and-down this season, will play a home game against the Los Angeles Rams.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Kanas City Chiefs went into Sunday night's showdown against the Houston Texans with their status as the league's last undefeated team on the line.

They then proceeded to dominate the first half, going up 23-7, since they had to settle for three field goals.

However, Houston managed to cut the lead to 26-20 early in the fourth quarter. The Chiefs then responded like an undefeated team should, by marching down the field to make it 32-20. They then forced Houston to go three and out, with the electric Tyreek Hill then basically putting the game away with an 82-yard punt return touchdown.

Alex Smith once again played like an MVP candidate, going 29/37 for 324 yards and three touchdowns. Dynamic rookie Kareem Hunt also continued his hot start, once again achieving over 100 yards rushing. Next up for the Chiefs is a matchup against the suddenly struggling Steelers.