19. Oakland Raiders (15)
Playing on the road at Lambeau Field can sometimes be one of the most difficult challenges for any opponent in the NFL, and one can only imagine how different things would have been if the Oakland Raiders weren’t torched on defense by Aaron Rodgers.
Fresh off the bye week, the Raiders had plenty of reasons to feel confident potentially pulling off the upset after previously taking down the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears before their bye week.
Unfortunately, Green Bay turned out to be too much for Oakland to handle, and if the Raiders are going to have any chance of keeping things interesting in the AFC West with the Kansas City Chiefs, the defense will need to improve.
On a positive note, at least the Raiders continue to see tight end Darren Waller make surprise impacts after hauling in seven catches for 126 yards to go along with two trips into the end zone against the Packers.
Oakland was already feeling too much pressure at the beginning of the season after seeing how things played out with Antonio Brown, and if players like Waller continue to step up for Derek Carr on offense, the Raiders will continue to have a fighting chance in the AFC playoff race.