25. Washington Redskins
The Washington Redskins must be feeling absolutely frustrated over the results of the first two games since instead of potentially being 2-0 on top of the NFC East, the team enters Week 3 still in search of that first win.
One week after allowing the Philadelphia Eagles to battle back in what would have been an amazing win on the road, the Redskins seemed to have missed another opportunity to escape with a win during their home opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
Based off how competitive Washington looked in the first half, it seemed like the Redskins were about to pull off an upset to get back to .500 before allowing the Cowboys to run away with the 31-21 win.
From a lack of ground game led by Adrian Peterson (25 rushing yards with a touchdown on 10 carries) to being unable to keep Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott in check for the most part, Washington will most likely look back at this as another missed golden opportunity.
On a positive note, at least Case Keenum (221 passing yards with two touchdowns) continues to make a surprise impact for the Redskins on offense since some football fans believed that Washington would be better off starting the year with Dwayne Haskins.
If Keenum continues to play at this kind of level, the Redskins should be able to start winning the necessary games in no time.