32. Cincinnati Bengals (32)
There certainly haven’t been many occasions in which the Cincinnati Bengals were in position to earn a win this season, but Sunday’s loss to the Oakland Raiders seemed like the perfect opportunity to finally pull away with that first victory.
With the Raiders heating up in recent weeks, the Bengals seemed like they were going to be in serious trouble during Week 11, but Cincinnati clearly performed better than expected after only losing 17-10.
All season, the Bengals have been one of the biggest laughing stocks across the NFL since the team will now enter Week 12 still in search of that first win, and their upcoming schedule makes it seem like they could really go 0-16 when the end of December officially arrives.
Cincinnati made a questionable decision two weeks ago to bench Andy Dalton for Ryan Finley to see what the rookie quarterback could bring to the table, and even though it’s only been two games, the NC State product hasn’t really done anything to stand out.
Unless some sort of miracle happens against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Bengals will most likely still be winless around this time next week to continue flirting with the wrong side of NFL history.