Week five of the 2013 NFL was a bit unfair to those who performed well beyond expectations.Tony Romo threw for 506 yards and lost a barn-burner to the Broncos 51-48, while Carson Palmer threw three interceptions and only 175 yards- and handily defeated the Panthers 22-6. That unpredictability had a lot to do with some big time pass rushing, as eight players turned in two-sack performances, while perennial QB-eater Terrell Suggs turned in a ravenous three-sack night to help get Baltimore back to 3-2 respectability in a 26-23 win over the Dolphins.Here's what else we learned:Jaguars Dealing in Dismal: In another ugly loss this week, this time to the St. Louis Rams, the Jags lost starting QB Blaine Gabbert with a hamstring injury and offensive tackle Luke Joeckel for the season with a broken ankle. The NFL also asked the team to strip first round pick Denard Robinson of the OW (offensive weapon) tag he had on the team's website, saying that it wasn't a real position. This off-season, Jacksonville said the former Michigan star would play 15 snaps at a variety of positions including running back, fullback, wide receiver, kick returner and quarterback. His numbers through five weeks...