If you’re one of the three head coaches in NFL history to lead your NFL team to a completely winless season, you’re unfortunately going to make this list. 2. Hue Jackson.
The Philadelphia Eagles already had one of the most talented rosters in the NFL in 2019, and I don’t think it’s a stretch to say they are the most improved team in the NFC East by any means. The Dallas Cowboys gained plenty this offseason, but they also lost a lot and have unproven players stepping in to try to replace the proven production they are losing.
The 9 Most Embarrassingly Bad Teams In The History Of The NFL by Neil Bulson 5 years ago. losing by an average of 17.7 points per game, which is the second lousiest in the last 60 years. They had the worst defense in the league, and one of the worst offenses, which, uh, yeah, that’ll do it. 6. 2009 St. Louis Rams. Record: 1-15 The 2009 St. Louis Rams only managed a single victory, against.Most Popular NFL Teams The Top Ten. 1 Packers The Green Bay Packers are a professional American football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers compete in the National Football League as a member club of the league's National Football Conference North division. The Packers have won 4 super bowls and 13 NFL championships. Great offence but needs to work on defense. I will always be a.The 1967 NFL championship between the Packers and Cowboys is still considered one of the greatest games in league history. The temperature at game time was -15 Fahrenheit in Green Bay, and after a.
Pretty neat when the coach with the most losses in franchise history also is a Hall of Famer who led your team to its first Super Bowl victory. That is exactly what Hank Stram is for Kansas City.Read More
This year's Cleveland Browns may go down in history as one of the NFL's all-time worst teams. They're 0-10 on the season, and there doesn't appear to be an easy win anywhere in the final six games.Read More
The Lions were a team with a history of losing, but none was worse than the 2008 campaign that saw them go 0-16. Rod Marinelli had led the Lions to a respectable 7-9 record the year before, but hit rock bottom. The Lions had a revolving door of QBs that included Daunte Culpepper, Dan Orlovsky and Jon Kitna. The NFL is in an era of parity, which makes it all the more remarkable that the 2008.Read More
With those variables in mind, here are the 25 greatest head coaches in NFL history. 25. George Allen. Los Angeles Rams 1966-70; Washington 1971-77. 116-47-5 (12 years), 2-7 in playoffs. 3 division.Read More
The longest losing streak in the history of the National Football League comes from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In 1976, the Buccaneers were an expansion team competing in the NFL for the first time. It showed. They lost every game that season with Steve Spurrier at quarterback. The following season, their losing streak continued through the first 12 games of the season before capping off their.Read More
The country's major college football conference is called the Football Championship Subdivision, Division 1-A. And on that grand stage, the Northwestern Wildcats own one record that they would probably like stricken from the record books. When it comes to Division I-A football, they hold the title for the longest losing streak in history.Read More
The worst team in the NFL honor goes to the Detroit Lions. Besides the championships they won before the Super Bowl was a thing they have the most losing seasons in NFL history.Read More
The Panthers have played the fewest postseason games of any team in the top 10, but thanks in part to Jake Delhomme, they've made the most of their opportunities. 8 Washington Redskins: .571 (20-15).Read More
Fourteen Tigers have been selected in the first, second and third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. The LSU Tigers tied for most picks in NFL history in the 7th round against Ohio State in 2004.Read More
Wikipedia has a list of NFL win-loss records for each of the current 32 NFL teams. The tables on the page include all games that each team has played in, including regular season and playoffs. Sorted by win percentage, combining the regular season and post-season tables, through Super Bowl LI (2017), the best team is the Dallas Cowboys, with a win percentage of .572, and the worst team is the.Read More