With week fourteen of the NFL season basically in the books, these three teams put on abysmal performances yesterday. The Oakland Raiders got embarrassed by a division rival in a must-win game, the Tennessee Titans laid an egg on the road against the Arizona Cardinals, and the Baltimore Ravens blew a big lead in the fourth quarter on Sunday night.

Oakland Raiders

The Oakland Raiders faced a key divisional matchup on the road against the struggling Kansas City Chiefs. With all three AFC West teams sitting at 6-6, the winner of this game would be sitting on top of the division. However, the Raiders' offense did not get the memo, as they found themselves in a 16-0 hole at halftime.

Oakland was lucky this was not worse as their defense had held the Chiefs to 29 and 33-yard field goals.

The Chiefs extended their lead in the third quarter, going up 26-0 entering the fourth. Oakland finally got on the board with 8:51 left and then recovered the onside kick, scoring again to make it 26-15. However, there was little time left as the Chiefs milked the clock and the Raiders only had 2:39 to score twice.

Quarterback Derek Carr was then picked off on the last drive, leaving Oakland to focus on its must-win Sunday night game at home against the Dallas Cowboys.

Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans went on the road to face the Arizona Cardinals in an important game as they needed to keep pace with the Jacksonville Jaguars for the best record in the AFC South.

Both teams played a scoreless first quarter but the Titans struck first in the second quarter. They ended up taking that 7-0 lead into halftime, after missing a last second 58-yard field goal.

However, the Cardinals would kick five field goals in the second half, making four of them, to take a 12-7 lead. Meanwhile, the Titans' offense punted twice, turned it over on downs once, and quarterback Marcus Mariota had thrown two interceptions in the second half.

Tennessee had one last chance to win the game after a defensive stop with 1:27 left but they turned it over on downs. Now, they must regroup as they stay on the west coast to face the San Fransico 49ers.

Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens faced a difficult Sunday night road game against the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers, a game they had to win to remain the last team in the playoffs after the Buffalo Bills win earlier in the day. Baltimore found itself in an early 14-0 hole but managed to claw their way back into the game, only being down 20-14 at halftime. The Ravens then went on a 17-0 run in the third to take a 31-20 lead into the fourth quarter.

However, Pittsburgh outscored the Ravens 19-7 in the fourth quarter, including what would be the game-winning 46-yard field by Chris Boswell with 0:46 left. Baltimore had one last chance to get into field goal range to win but fumbled on their final drive.

In the end, Baltimore's defense just seemed to get worn down as Pittsburgh had the ball for 7:40 longer and ran 23 more plays. Now, Baltimore faces another divisional road game against the winless Cleveland Browns.