The Dallas Cowboys have lost nine games in 2015, all of them excruciating in their own way.
But was the 28-7 beat down at the hands of the Packers in Green Bay on Sunday the toughest of the bunch to swallow?
Veteran tight end Jason Witten believes that, what with the feeling of optimism (spurred on by the team's undying playoff hopes) going into that game, it might have been."
"It's probably fair to say that," Witten told Bob and Dan on 1310-AM The Ticket, via the Dallas Morning News.
"It's been a tough year all around. You feel like you're in the next game, you're in the hunt, and you feel like you've been given a gift because of where our division is. You have a chance to capitalize on it and then you don't play well. I really think our job and what we have to do is pretty clear."
"There are all these things that can come up but bottom-line we just have to play better. We have to execute better. We consistently didn't do that and we've shown that. That's what's disappointing."