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This is every teams regular season record from the last 10 seasons...

I figured the Patriots would have the most wins but to average over 12 wins a season for 10 seasons is pretty remarkable. Was also somewhat surprised to see San Diego put up 100 wins over 10 seasons.

Overall though, 89-70-1 isn't too bad, or at least it could be MUCH worse. I'm looking at you, Raiders and Browns.


Team Win Loss Tie Pct

Patriots 124 36 0 77.50%
Colts 111 49 0 69.38%
Steelers 105 55 0 65.63%
Chargers 100 60 0 62.50%
Packers 96 63 1 60.00%
Ravens 95 65 0 59.38%
Broncos 93 67 0 58.13%
Saints 91 69 0 56.88%
Giants 90 70 0 56.25%
Falcons 90 70 0 56.25%
Eagles 89 70 1 55.63%
Bears 89 71 0 55.63%
Seahawks 88 72 0 55.00%
Cowboys 87 73 0 54.38%
Bengals 82 77 1 51.25%
Panthers 80 80 0 50.00%
Jets 79 81 0 49.38%
Vikings 77 82 1 48.13%
Titans 76 84 0 47.50%
49ers 75 84 1 46.88%
Cardinals 71 89 0 44.38%
Jaguars 71 89 0 44.38%
Texans 70 90 0 43.75%
Redskins 66 94 0 41.25%
Bucs 66 94 0 41.25%
Dolphins 66 94 0 41.25%
Chiefs 66 94 0 41.25%
Bills 62 97 1 38.75%
Rams 51 108 1 31.88%
Browns 51 109 0 31.88%
Lions 50 110 0 31.25%
Raiders 49 111 0 30.63%
Zero
My expectations for this team have been blown up this year. I'm thinking that the Eagles will be inching their way up that list in the next few years.
Jax
If it were a 15 yr list then I think we'd be higher?
make_it_rain
QUOTE (Jax @ Jan 1 2014, 11:10 AM) *
If it were a 15 yr list then I think we'd be higher?


Probably, but not sure by how much though. There's the infamous 3-13 season in 1998, 5-11 in 1999 11-5 in 2000, 11-5 in 2001, and 12-4 in 2002.

So 42-38, which brings us to 131-108-1 over 15 seasons, if my math isnt off
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