Week 15 delivered the goods as far as great NFL weekends.
You had upsets that doomed a team's playoff chances, teams climb back into the race with well-timed victories and teams squandering opportunities.
We also reached the point where now everyone in the NFL has at least one victory and every team in the NFL has at least one loss.
Now's as good a time as ever to take a look at every team's worst loss of the season.
For some teams, these losses were just plain blowouts. Everything that could go wrong did, and everything that could go right for the opposition did.
For other teams, it was that heartbreaking loss when they know they should've won. Whether it be an amazing fourth-quarter comeback or a disaster down the stretch with a big lead, the losing team came away from that game knowing "man, we should've won that one."
Then of course there's the chance to take advantage of a golden opportunity. There it was, the playoffs, home field advantage or a division title, right in their grasp, and poof: They lay an egg right at the 50-yard line.
All of these types of losses will be covered. So strap in because this will be a long one. I'll go in inverse order of each team's record—like the NFL Draft—and give you all of the bloody and gory details of each team's worst loss of the season.