Week 5 is in the books, and the best team is ... well, still the best team.
One of the lowlights of the 23-17 Jets loss was when Tim Tebow entered the fray to a roar around the stadium. The most famous backup quarterback since Steamin' Willie Beamen threw an almost-perfect deep ball that should've been caught by Jason Hill. It wasn't.
As for the other 30 teams in the league, let the dissension commence ...
**Week 1**, [Arian Foster](/player/arianfoster/79555/profile): 26 carries, 79 yards.
**Week 2**, [Darren McFadden](/player/darrenmcfadden/284/profile): 11 carries, 22 yards.
**Week 3**, [Shonn Greene](/player/shonngreene/79563/profile): 19 carries, 40 yards.
**Week 4**, [Ryan Williams](/player/ryanwilliams/2495474/profile): 13 carries, 26 yards.
**Week 5**, [BenJarvus Green-Ellis](/player/benjarvusgreen-ellis/929/profile): 9 carries, 14 yards.
[Fantasy](http://www.nfl.com/fantasyfootball), reality, whatever -- makes no difference. Starting tailbacks have been MIA. (See what I did there? MIA ... Miami ... I know, awful.) </content:power-ranking>
On another note that's also not positive, Tennessee is the first team in NFL history to allow 30 points or more in its first five games of the season.