5 NFL Stats to Know Through Week 5

Sam Bradford is off to a hot start, and he's a big reason the Vikings are still undefeated.

With five weeks down, we are now officially more than a quarter of the way into the 2016 NFL Season.

Week 5 brought the return of Tom Brady, who led all quarterbacks with 406 passing yards and added 3 touchdowns. Surprisingly, all three of those touchdown passes went to Martellus Bennett, who led all tight ends with 24.70 fantasy points -- his new career high.

We also saw the Detroit Lions hand the Philadelphia Eagles their first loss of the season, leaving the Minnesota Vikings as the only undefeated team left.

And the action came to a close with Roberto Aguayo hitting the game-winning field goal as time expired on Monday night after missing two field goals earlier in the game. That left the defending NFC Champion Carolina Panthers sitting at 1-4 on the season.

Now, before we move on to Week 6, here are five stats to know -- both traditional and our advanced statistics, namely Net Expected Points (NEP) -- from the first five weeks of the 2016 NFL season.