Is there anything better than snapping a skid?
Losing one game is bad enough in a league where the extreme short-term view tends to prevail, but losing multiple in a row can make it feel like your season is on the brink. As the Cowboys, Rams, Jaguars, and Titans were reminded in Week 7, ending such a losing streak has a way of instantly deleting any bad mojo that might have accumulated in the preceding weeks, providing a reinvigorating boost.
(The Chiefs also broke a two-game losing streak in Week 7, but they lost Patrick Mahomes to a knee injury in the process, which surely tainted the experience, even if he's potentially on track to return sooner than expected.)
Which of the 10 teams currently nursing losing streaks of two or more games will be the next to break out of their malaise and resuscitate their season? Below, I've broken down each team's situation, ordering them from most likely to break out to the least.
Note that this is not necessarily meant to be a simple prediction of who will snap their slump first; I'm more interested in assessing who can still salvage their season than I am in immediate results.