NFL 2023 Week 15: Biggest questions, risers and takeaway

Week 15 of the NFL season began Thursday night with the Las Vegas Raiders crushing the Los Angeles Chargers 63-21 in what was,

Chargers coach Brandon Staley's final game with the organization (he and general manager Tom Telesco were dismissed the next day).

The Cincinnati Bengals kept their playoff dreams alive on Saturday with a dramatic 27-24 overtime victory over the Minnesota Vikings. 

Following that, the Indianapolis Colts defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 30-13 with 30 unanswered points. In a 42-17 thrashing of the Denver Broncos, the Detroit Lions completed the slate.

Our NFL Nation writers covered all of the action, answering any remaining questions after each game and determining who – or what – is rising and sliding for each club. Let's get started.

Is the Lions' offense regaining its swagger? Following a 13-point performance that Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown described as "disappointing"

and "frustrating" in last week's defeat to the Chicago Bears, the Lions rebounded with a great home win against Denver that included a strong production on both sides of the ball. St.

Brown was coming off a season-low 21 receiving yards, while experienced quarterback Jared Goff had nine turnovers in four games before to meeting the Broncos. St. Brown had 102 receiving yards and a score, while Goff tossed five touchdowns with no interceptions.

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