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Here are the teams that bring up the rear this week.
32 (32). Carolina Panthers: John Kasay's missed field goal was a real heart-breaker on Sunday.
31 (29). Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals couldn't beat the Bills, so why should I expect them to beat the Jets?
30 (31). Detroit Lions: The Lions stuck with the Pats on Thanksgiving, but 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter sealed Detroit's fate.
29 (25). Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals are the worst team in the worst division in the NFL. They should feel lucky to be ranked this high.
28 (27). Buffalo Bills: I think Stevie Johnson needs to get a little more serious.
27 (26). Denver Broncos: The Broncos played a close game with the St. Louis Rams, but they just couldn't get the win. And things won't get easier as they go on the road for their next three games.
26 (30). San Francisco 49ers: The Niners really do have the talent to be a great team, but without Frank Gore, I can't see this season getting much better.
25 (23). Dallas Cowboys: The 'Boys had some momentum going in recent weeks, but the Saints' last minute touchdown sent Dallas tumbling a couple spots this week.
24 (28). Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings are finally starting to make use of all the big names on their roster. It also helps that Brett Favre managed to cut back on the picks for a game.
23 (21). Seattle Seahawks: I was convinced that the Seahawks would make a serious playoff run this season, but that loss to the Chiefs was pretty brutal.
22 (19). Washington Redskins: The Redskins have now joined the "We Lost to the Minnesota Vikings Club."
21 (18). Tennessee Titans: I'm still holding out hope for the Titans this season because the AFC South standings are so close. But if you guys lose to Jacksonville next week, I will be forced to stop defending you.