Week 13 of NFL games featured memorable moments such as an exciting matchup between the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots and an upset loss by the Arizona Cardinals.
After Week 13 of NFL weekend games, the playoff picture is starting to shape up while teams are battling for division titles and wild card berths.
A lot has changed since the beginning of the season, such as the Arizona Cardinals being just one game ahead of the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West.
The Green Bay Packers established themselves as the best team in the NFL with a 26-21 win over the New England Patriots in what may be a Super Bowl preview.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel made his NFL debut and scored his first career touchdown.
Here are five things to take away from Week 13 of the 2014 NFL season.
5. The Oakland Raiders are still the worst team in the NFL
The Raiders’ celebration of their first win was extremely short-lived as they were embarrassed in their worst loss yet by the St. Louis Rams. They lost, 52-0, and their day was made even worse at the end when backup quarterback Matt Schaub threw a pick-six to Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
Despite showing a lot of heart throughout the season, the Raiders are still lacking in talent and/or coaching. Losing 52-0 is a sign that the Raiders simply do not have enough talent to compete in the NFL right now, and other bad teams such as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars have shown more promise than the Raiders.