There are NFL teams with chances at a big win each week, only to disappoint.
Some of these teams have been bad all season, while others just had a bad week.
As we enter November, most teams have already established their identities.
Here are the three teams that disappointed the most on Sunday.
1. Las Vegas Raiders
The worst performance of Week 8 goes to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Playing against the Saints in New Orleans, the Raiders did not show up.
They lost the game 24-0 and looked abysmal on offense.
Las Vegas did not cross midfield until the fourth quarter.
The @Raiders were just shutout by the team that gives up the 2nd most points per game in the NFL. They crossed midfield once, late in the 4th quarter. It has become an abject disaster in Vegas. Their season essentially ended today.
— trey wingo (@wingoz) October 30, 2022
Their best player, Davante Adams, recorded only one catch for three yards in the game.
This was simply one of the worst games of the season from a team that needed a win.
2. Los Angeles Rams
The defending Super Bowl champions are not having a good season.
Losing to the 49ers on Sunday, they fell to 3-4 on the season.
LA had a bad day offensively, scoring only 14 points and rushing for only 56 yards.
The Rams just lack explosiveness and Cooper Kupp is essentially their whole offense.
It will be interesting to see if the Rams make any moves before the trade deadline on Tuesday.
Ahead of the trade deadline, the #Rams have called a multiple other NFL teams about notable players that could be moved. They're looking for help in many areas, RBs, WRs, Pass-Rushers, OL.
They've called to gauge potential trade interest, check on cost, etc.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 31, 2022
If not they may be in danger of missing the playoffs.
3. New York Giants
After winning four straight games, the Giants lost to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
The Giants struggled to score points against one of the more vulnerable defenses in the NFL.
Quarterback Daniel Jones struggled to get anything going through the air.
He threw for 176 yards, and the Giants had one of their worst games on the ground.
Saquon Barkley rushed for a mere 53 yards and averaged 2.7 yards per carry.
If the Giants can not successfully run the ball, they will not have success moving forward.