In Week 11, some of the NFL’s top teams withered into the spotlight. The Ravens struggled 3½ quarters before sweeping past the Panthers. The Giants lost to the Lions at home by two points. The Jets had one of their worst offensive performances in recent memory before giving up a game-tying shot to score a goal in the final minute of the game. And the Vikings, fresh from a dramatic 8-1 victory over the Bills, smashed the Cowboys so badly that CBS was out of the game midway through the third quarter.

Four teams with a combined score of 27-9 had one narrow win and three ugly losses ahead of Sunday. Were these four potential applicants exposed in the last week before Thanksgiving? Or was it just a bad day at the office? Let’s take a closer look and better understand what went wrong, starting with the most dramatic loss of the day.

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New York Jets (6-4)

Lost 10-3 to New England Patriots.