Coulda. Woulda. Shoulda.
The typical lament of losing teams rang true Sunday more than at any prior point during the 2012 NFL season.
Jacksonville, Cleveland, Arizona, Carolina and Detroit were in prime position to pull upsets against superior opposition. All failed - some in more disastrous fashion than others.
To their credit, coming so close and falling short is painful but not as pathetic as the efforts given by the sinking squads in Kansas City, Philadelphia and Oakland.
Here's a look at those clubs and more in this week's Marvez Rewind:
Houston 43, Jacksonville 37 (overtime): In this miserable 1-9 Jaguars campaign, it was only fitting that backup quarterback Chad Henne (four touchdown passes) and rookie wide receiver Justin Blackmon (seven catches for 236 yards) would have their best NFL games and still get outplayed by Houston's Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson. Johnson enjoyed his greatest outing in what will likely prove a Hall of Fame career with 14 receptions for 273 ya...