The arrow seems to point down for the Cincinnati Bengals overall.
Though the team clutches the AFC North crown and a spot in the postseason, chatter about its ability to finish strong only intensified after a baffling overtime loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football when backup quarterback AJ McCarron fumbled a snap and hurt himself trying to recover it.
The good news? NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported McCarron sounds like he wants to play in Week 17 despite his injury.
Regardless, Cincinnati's stock remains in a state of flux, as some could suggest taking it to the Broncos in such an environment with key players missing was more impressive than disappointing.
Let's sort it all out by looking at some of the team's biggest stock-movers.