With week eleven of the NFL season basically in the books, these three teams put on abysmal performance yesterday. The Buffalo Bills were embarrassed once again, the Los Angeles Rams high powered offense was shut down, and the Dallas Cowboys no-showed in the second half on Sunday night.

Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills entered yesterday's game against the Los Angeles Chargers in need of a win. They had lost two games in a row, including last week's humiliating loss at home to the New Orleans Saints. Buffalo also had a big question mark at quarterback, as they benched veteran Tyrod Taylor for rookie fourth-round pick Nathan Peterman.

On the Bills first drive, Peterman was intercepted by Korey Toomer, who returned it 59-yards to give the Chargers the lead. Buffalo got the ball back and Peterman threw another pick, but the Chargers ended up missing a 46-yard field goal. Buffalo then scored on a two-play 64-yard drive of two long LeSean McCoy runs to tie the game.

After this, the Chargers then scored 30 unanswered points to take a 37-7 halftime lead.

Peterman was benched at halftime for Taylor after he went 6-of-14 for 66 yards and threw five interceptions in the first half. The Bills ended up losing 54-24, dropping their third straight game and were been outscored 135-55 in the process. It does not get any easier for Buffalo next week, as they go on the road to play the Kansas City Chiefs.

Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams marched down the field on the opening drive of the game, taking a 7-0 lead against the Minnesota Vikings.

Until the fourth quarter, the Rams held the Vikings to seven points and their kicker Kai Forbath missed two field goals. However, the Rams offense never got anything going after rookie receiver Cooper Kupp fumbled at the one-yard line with 4:11 left in the second.

In the fourth quarter, Minnesota managed to score 17 points and ended up winning 24-7. The Rams defense did not record a single sack or force a turnover for the first time all season.

Their high scoring offense was held to 7 points. Running back Todd Gurley only managed 56 total yards, with 31 of those coming on the opening drive of the game. This loss snapped the Rams four-game winning streak and now they head back home for a difficult matchup against the New Orleans Saints next week.

Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys faced a key divisional matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, the best team in the NFL.

At halftime, Dallas was winning at home 9-7, despite settling for three field goals and two first-half interceptions thrown by Dak Prescott. However, just like last week's loss to the Atlanta Falcons, everything came apart in the second half.

The Eagles dropped 30 unanswered points, as they forced Prescott to throw a third interception and strip-sacked him, returning the fumble for a touchdown. Dallas has now dropped two in a row, having been outscored in the second half 47-0. Now they face a short week, as they play a Thanksgiving day game against the Los Angeles Chargers next.