Dec 15, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Zaviar Gooden (50) and teammate middle linebacker Colin McCarthy (52) and linebacker Patrick Bailey (57) celebrate recovering the on side kick during the second half at LP Field. Arizona won 37-34. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports
22. Tennessee Titans (5-9) (20) Things looked so promising for the Titans a few short weeks ago.
21. New York Jets (6-8) (19) The least they could do is send Rex off with a .500 season.
20. St Louis Rams (6-8) (22) In another surprising upset, how in the heck did the Rams beat the Saints?
19. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-8) (21) Bears fans will be joining Steeler Nation on Sunday to root on the Steelers over the Packers.
18. Detroit Lions (7-6) (14) It’s happening again. The Lions annual meltdown is better late than never.
17. Dallas Cowboys (7-7) (12) Romo is an easy target. Not sure how any of the Cowboys coaching staff can keep their jobs after that effort.
16. San Diego Chargers (7-7) (18) They got a weekend of upsets started by beating the Broncos in Denver.
15. Green Bay Packers (7-6-1) (17) Down 26-3 on the road? No problem? Cowboys open the door and Matt Flynn and the Packers barge right through and back into the playoff race.
14. Miami Dolphins (8-6) (16) Took care of division rival Patriots to keep their playoff hopes alive.
13. Philadelphia Eagles (8-6) (9) LeSean McCoy is licking his chops waiting for the Bears and their league-worst rush defense in prime time with the playoffs on the line.