The NFL has always been one of the most entertaining sports on the planet, but that’s starting to change.
While it’s hard to believe that the NFL has had a better season than the NBA or the NFL, it’s clear that this is the sport’s worst.
That’s according to a new report by Pro Football Focus, which analyzed every game played in the 2016 season.
Pro Football Digest has the full rundown.
The full list of the worst games is below: New England Patriots: 34-21 loss to Indianapolis Colts in Week 2.
The Patriots had a perfect game in Week 1 against the Atlanta Falcons, but they gave up an early touchdown to Dez Bryant and missed a field goal to make the score 24-0.
New Orleans Saints: 19-0 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 5.
The Saints gave up a touchdown and field goal in the first quarter, but the Packers tied it at 19 and won the game in overtime.
Carolina Panthers: 24-14 loss to Detroit Lions in Week 4.
The Panthers scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter and then allowed a game-winning field goal with three seconds left.
Detroit Lions: 24 (OT) loss to Tennessee Titans in Week 7.
The Lions converted a third-and-5 on fourth-and 10 at the Tennessee 40, but their desperation game in the end zone put the game out of reach.
New England: 24 loss to Baltimore Ravens in Week 10.
The game was tied at 10 with 2:09 left, and the Patriots were penalized for holding the ball too long.
Minnesota Vikings: 23-10 loss to Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 9.
The Vikings had a chance to win it with a touchdown to start the fourth, but Aaron Rodgers dropped it in the back of the endzone.
New York Giants: 16-10 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11.
Eli Manning threw a pick-six with 1:23 left in the game.
Detroit Colts: 15-13 loss to Cincinnati Bengals in Week 12.
The Bengals were up 16-0 with 1 minute left and had to kick a field goals to win.
Tennessee Titans: 14-7 loss to Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 14.
The Titans were up 28-7 and couldn’t convert a third down.
Buffalo Bills: 10-7 win over Houston Texans in Week 15.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two interceptions in the third quarter.
Baltimore Ravens: 10 loss to San Francisco 49ers in Week 16.
The Ravens went up 21-10 with just over three minutes left in regulation.
Detroit Jaguars: 7-8 loss to Buffalo Bills in Week 17.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw two picks in the second quarter, and he was sacked three times.
Cincinnati Bengals: 4-12 loss to Houston Texans.
Quarterbacks Andy Dalton and Chad Henne threw interceptions.
Jacksonville Jaguars: 0-9 loss to Kansas City Seahawks in Week 18.
The Jaguars went up 14-0 in the 3rd quarter and couldn.
Tennessee Colts: 0 loss to New York Jets in Week 19.
The Colts went up 20-0 after the first half and couldn, but Brady threw an interception.
Baltimore Colts: 2-13 win over Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football.
The Steelers went up 31-10 and scored two late touchdowns to make it 28-24.
Miami Dolphins: 4 loss to Atlanta Falcons in Week 20.
The Dolphins lost to the Falcons 31-24 in overtime, and Ryan Tannehill threw a pass that was intercepted by Marlon Humphrey.
Buffalo Sabres: 0 win over New York Rangers in Week 21.
The Rangers were down 21-0, but Buffalo scored two scores to make a comeback possible.
Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 loss to Philadelphia Eagles in Week 22.
Pittsburgh was down 31-17 to the Eagles with 2 minutes left, but Ryan Shazier’s first-quarter interception ended the Eagles chances.
Tennessee Texans: 0 lose to Kansas State in Week 23.
The Wildcats lost to Kansas St. by a score of 27-27.
Buffalo Packers: 0 wins over Seattle Seahawks in Weeks 24-25.
The Packers went up 24-7 in the final minutes, and Aaron Rodgers made a couple of picks.
San Diego Chargers: 0 losses to the Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders and San Francisco Raiders in Week 26.
The Eagles beat the Raiders 35-24, and it was a pretty lopsided game.
Tennessee Raiders: 0 lost to Indianapolis in Week 27.
The Raiders went up 22-3 in the 4th quarter, got a touchdown from quarterback Jake Locker and then punted the ball away.
Oakland Raiders: 2 wins over New England in Week 28.
New players scored touchdowns and the Raiders had a good shot to win with a field-goal try, but Logan Thomas missed a 49-yard field goal.
Arizona Cardinals: 0 games played against the Kansas Chargers in Week 29.
Arizona was down 10-0 to Kansas in the 1st quarter, before Locker hit a 53-yarder.
Arizona Rams: 0 contests played against Washington in