By RAY NAPOLITANO | NFL.com/Sports WriterThe NFL’s season ended with another disappointing loss in Seattle on Sunday.

The 49ers (5-7) have now lost six straight games, which ranks as the fourth-worst mark in the league this season, per Football Outsiders.

The league-worst loss total in 2017 was 13, the fourth year in a row with eight straight losses.

The Raiders (5.5-8) have won four straight and five of their last six games.

The Raiders have dropped six straight on the road against the Chargers, Falcons and Chargers.

San Diego’s offense scored a season-high five touchdowns in Sunday’s 31-21 loss to the Jaguars, but the Chargers have also surrendered a combined 15 sacks.

The Chargers’ defense has surrendered 10 sacks, which is tied for the third-highest total in the NFL.

San Francisco has allowed the most sacks in the League over the past five weeks, allowing 16.5 per game.

The 49ers are allowing 10.3 sacks per game this season.

The Chargers have been a bit better against the run, allowing the most rushing yards per game (4.4) and rushing yards allowed (168) per game compared to allowing 3.3 yards per carry and 4.5 yards per pass attempt.

San Francisco has also allowed five touchdowns to running backs over that span, which would rank fourth in the AFL and sixth in the NFC.

The Seahawks (5,923) have struggled mightily at times in the first half of games, allowing an average of 9.6 points per game through the first eight games of the season.

The Seahawks are allowing an astounding 27.4 points per contest over that stretch.

Seattle has scored just two touchdowns in the fourth quarter in its past five games.

Seattle is allowing an NFL-high 34.6-point per game average to teams scoring fewer than 40 points.

The Cowboys have been outscored by a touchdown in the final two quarters of games for the second straight week, and have allowed an average margin of defeat of 5.5 points.

Dallas is allowing a league-high 21.8 points per quarter, which rank as the sixth-worst total in both the NFL and the NFLPA.

The Falcons (3-12) have been shut out by the Colts for the fifth consecutive week, but have also given up two touchdowns and two field goals in the process.

Atlanta has given up at least 20 points to Indianapolis in four straight games.

The Chiefs have allowed 17 touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks in their past six games, and are allowing at least 21 points to teams that average less than 35 points per outing.

Kansas City has given the NFL’s seventh-most points to opposing passers over that period.

The Dolphins (5) are still one of the NFL leaders in the turnover battle.

Miami is giving up the most turnover per game, and the Dolphins are the only team in the entire league to allow more than six.

The Texans have struggled against the pass the past two weeks, giving up a league average of 20.5 passing yards per contest.

Houston has allowed at least 26 points to the Broncos and Patriots.

The Eagles (4-12, last week: 6) have scored just 17 points over their past three games.

It is the second-worst start to a season in franchise history behind the 1998-99 Eagles (18-3, 6-5).

The Eagles have allowed a league high 26 sacks in their last four games.