The Las Vegas Raiders hit their lowest point in a season full of low points on Sunday as they lost at home to the very bad Indianapolis Colts, 25-20. It frankly feels impossible for things to get worse than they are right now. Losing at home to a subpar team is bad. It is even worse when that team had just fired its head coach days prior. It's catastrophic when the new coach is Jeff Saturday.

It's not like the Colts are running laps around the Raiders in terms of talent, either. Las Vegas was simply outplayed and, somehow, outcoached. Josh McDaniels has been in charge since the summer and got clowned by a guy whose only head coaching experience before Sunday came at the high school level. I am running out of ways to talk about how bad the loss was.