Dallas Cowboys (2-3)**](http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2013100609/2013/REG5/broncos@cowboys#menu=highlights&tab=recap&recap=fullstory)
*Week 5: Lost to Denver Broncos at home, 51-48
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Philadelphia Eagles (2-3)
*Week 5: Beat New York Giants on the road, 36-21
- QB Michael Vick, who ran for a team-high 79 yards and threw for another 105, left the game with a hamstring injury late in the second quarter after a 13-yard scramble.
- LeSean McCoy's TD run was his 33rd, moving him into fourth place in franchise history ahead of Randall Cunningham.
- Alex Henery's five field goals tied the second-highest total by an Eagle in a single game, and the most since David Akers had five at Dallas in 2001.
- Next: at Tampa Bay
Washington Redskins (1-3)
*Week 5: Bye
- Coming off their Bye Week last season, the Washington Redskins won seven-straight games to win the NFC East, including two wins over the Cowboys, two wins over the Eagles and a 17-16 victory over the Giants on Monday Night Football.
- Next: at Dallas (Sun. night)
New York Giants (0-5)
*Week 5: Lost to Philadelphia Eagles at home, 36-21
- The Giants fell to 0-5 for the first time since 1987, when replacement players were responsible for three of those defeats, and the first time in a non-strike season since 1979. From 1990-2012, 48 teams started 0-5. None of them made the playoffs.
- The Giants rushed for 53 yards, their fifth consecutive game with less than 100.
- Next: at Chicago (Thurs. night)