Week 5 in the NFL was another amazing set of games, with plenty of breakout performers.
Some of the big performers this week were household names.
While some unlikely players put up huge statistical days.
The best part about the NFL is that you never know what to expect.
That was once again the case in Week 5.
Here are the three players that shined on Sunday.
Taysom Hill, TE/QB, New Orleans Saints
The game from Hill was one of the major surprises from Week 5.
While he is listed as a tight end and quarterback on their depth chart, Hill can make plays all over the field.
Hill got plenty of snaps at quarterback in Week 5 and put on a show.
Through the air, Hill completed one pass for a 22-yard touchdown.
But, where he took over the games was with his legs.
TAYSOM HILL TAKES IT 60-YARDS TO THE 🏠
That's Hill's FOURTH TOTAL TD.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 9, 2022
Hill ran the ball nine times for 112 yards and three touchdowns.
The four touchdowns for Hill in this game made all the difference.
New Orleans scored 39 points in the game and got a much-needed win over the Seahawks.
With starting quarterback, Jameis Winston injured the Saints decided to use Hill at QB more than usual.
He and Alvin Kamara carried the offense for the Saints as they combined for 215 rushing yards.
The usage of Hill at QB will be something opposing teams need to key on when playing the Saints.
Breece Hall, Running Back, New York Jets
It looks like the Jets have found their running back of the future.
Breece Hall was electric on Sunday, torching the Miami Dolphins defense.
Hall rushed 18 times for 97 yards and one touchdown, while also adding two receptions for 100 yards and a TD.
The second-round pick of the 2022 draft had a slow start to the year.
But, has been great for the Jets the past two weeks as they have given him more opportunities.
Breece Hall goes 79 yards to the goal line! @nyjets
— NFL (@NFL) October 9, 2022
New York won this game 40-17 and is 3-2 on the year.
Hall is the best playmaker on this offense and should continue to be a focal point as the games get tougher.
The Jets are playing surprisingly well of late, but have some tough games ahead.
It will be interesting to see if they can continue to win against some of the top teams in the league,
Either way, Hall seems like a building block on the New York offense.
Josh Allen, Quarterback, Buffalo Bills
After a few weeks of struggling on offense, the Bills put on a clinic on Sunday.
Facing an undermanned Pittsburgh Steelers team, Josh Allen had an incredible performance.
It started on the first drive of the game when Allen hit Gabe Davis for a 98-yard touchdown.
GABE DAVIS. 98 YARDS. 🔥
— NFL (@NFL) October 9, 2022
In total, Allen completed 20 passes for 424 yards and four touchdowns.
He was also tied for the team lead in rushing with 42 yards.
This was a get-right game for the Bills and Allen answered the call.
At 4-1, the Bills look like one of the best teams in the NFL.
They will get another chance to prove that next week when they travel to Kansas City for a date with the Chiefs.
The Bills have relied solely on the arm of Allen for most of the season.
But, they will need to establish some sort of run-game if they want to go far this season.
Keep an eye on Allen as he continues to lead the Bills and make a case for league MVP.