Was the Dallas Cowboys' loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars—their worst defeat since 2022—the biggest letdown of the week?
The third-down pass intended to advance a Cowboys overtime drive into Jaguars territory from quarterback Dak Prescott to receiver Noah Brown went horrifically awry.
Prescott's nearly flawless pass bounced into Rayshawn Jenkins' waiting arms after Brown muffed it up.
who scored a touchdown after returning the interception 52 yards for a score, stabbing Cowboys supporters all over the world in the heart.
Given that Dallas' defence played one of its worst games of the season, it is difficult to attribute the defeat to that one play.
This once-smothering defence gave up 192 rushing yards, and more concerningly, a staggering 7.2 yards per carry, for a total of more than 500 yards.
It happened at the worst time conceivable and is not at all what we expect from this group.
Despite the fact that Washington's loss to the Giants occurred much later, a victory would have guaranteed the Cowboys a position in the playoffs.
Worse than the defeat to the Packers in November, and even worse than the defeat to Tampa Bay in Week 1.
And that's saying a lot because this loss felt like the worst any club endured in Week 15.
In a week where the Jets dreadfully mishandled the clock in the closing minutes of a loss to the Lions,
The Ravens lose to the Browns despite playing poorly in every area of the game.
The 10-4 Cowboys, meanwhile, may still be in fine condition to end their 26-year postseason drought despite all of this