The NFL Week 10 slate will be remembered for two of the best games of the season up to this point.
We saw two overtime battles that came down to a few crucial plays, with upsets being completed in both.
Also, there were a few teams in need of wins to keep their seasons alive and were not able to get it done.
Here are three teams that took crushing losses in Week 10.
1. Dallas Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys were road favorites as they traveled to the dysfunctional Green Bay Packers.
Green Bay was entering the game on a four-game losing streak and the Cowboys were coming off a bye week.
Despite not playing their best game through three quarters the Cowboys had a 28-14 lead entering the fourth.
They were 195-0 all-time when up 14+ points entering the final quarter.
Mike McCarthy’s return to Lambeau is spoiled in OT, with the Packers coming away with a 31-28 win.
Entering today’s game, the Cowboys were 180-0 all-time when leading by 14 points through 3 quarters. Including playoffs, they were 195-0 all-time. pic.twitter.com/i1ly80ALnA
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Dallas’ defense was unable to cause any resistance to the Packers’ run game as they rushed for over 200 yards.
Green Bay tied the game at 29 entering overtime and was able to kick a game-winning field goal to prevail.
This was one of the most disappointing losses for any NFL team this season.
2. Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills welcomed in the 7-1 Minnesota Vikings for an interconference battle between two top teams.
Playing in the highly contested AFC East, the Bills needed a win to keep their lead in the division.
But, they blew a massive opportunity to do so on Sunday.
The Bills led 27-10 at a point in this game before squandering the lead and going to overtime.
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Where they eventually lost after a Vikings field goal and Josh Allen interception.
Buffalo now falls to 6-3 and is in third place in their division behind the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets.
3. Las Vegas Raiders
The Las Vegas Raiders’ hopes of accomplishing anything substantial this season came to an end on Sunday.
Losing in a way all too familiar to them.
The Raiders fell 25-20 at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts, who had interim coach Jeff Saturday making his professional coaching debut.
This loss was about as bad as you might expect.
The Raiders fell to 2-7 with this loss and now have lost six of their seven games by one score or less.
All the noise around this team and their head coach Josh McDaniels will only get louder.