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How All NFL Franchises Fared Over Last 20 Seasons (Best to Worst)

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Looking back over the past 20 seasons (Regular AND Postseason) to see how each NFL franchise fared overall in winning percentage,playoff appearances,division titles,etc. counting down from the best team in the league to the worst.......

 

(1999-2018)-- 20 NFL Seasons Regular and Postseason 

 

(1)New England Patriots--.731%, 263 wins,97 losses. Made postseason 16 times out of 20 seasons and won 30 postseason games. Won division 16 times. 13 AFC title appearances,Made 9 Super Bowl appearances and won 6 Super Bowl titles.

 

(2)Pittsburgh Steelers--.635%, 218 wins,125 losses,2 ties. Made postseason 12 times out of 20 seasons and won 15 postseason games. Won division 9 times. 6 AFC title appearances,Made 3 Super Bowl appearances and won 2 Super Bowl titles.

 

(3)Indianapolis Colts--.622%, 216 wins,131 losses. Made postseason 15 times out of 20 seasons and won 13 postseason games. Won division 10 times. 4 AFC title appearances,Made 2 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(4)Green Bay Packers--.596%, 204 wins,138 losses,2 ties. Made postseason 13 times out of 20 seasons and won 12 postseason games. Won division 9 times. 4 NFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(5)Philadelphia Eagles--.581%, 200 wins,144 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 12 times out of 20 seasons and won 14 postseason games. Won division 8 times. 6 NFC title appearances,Made 2 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(6)Baltimore Ravens--.578%, 199 wins,145 losses. Made postseason 11 times out of 20 seasons and won 15 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 4 AFC title appearances,Made 2 Super Bowl appearances and won 2 Super Bowl titles.

 

(7)Seattle Seahawks--.561%, 193 wins,151 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 13 times out of 20 seasons and won 13 postseason games. Won division 9 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 3 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(8)Denver Broncos--.561%, 188 wins,147 losses. Made postseason 9 times out of 20 seasons and won 7 postseason games. Won division 6 times. 3 AFC title appearances,Made 2 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(9)New Orleans Saints--.542%, 182 wins,154 losses. Made postseason 8 times out of 20 seasons and won 9 postseason games. Won division 6 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(10)Dallas Cowboys--517%, 171 wins,160 losses. Made postseason 8 times out of 20 seasons and won 3 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 0 NFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(11)Minnesota Vikings--.514%, 170 wins,161 losses,2 ties. Made postseason 8 times out of 20 seasons and won 5 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(12)Los Angeles Chargers--.512%, 170 wins,162 losses. Made postseason 7 times out of 20 seasons and won 5 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 1 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(13)Tennessee Titans--.511%, 170 wins,163 losses. Made postseason 7 times out of 20 seasons and won 6 postseason games. Won division 3 times. 2 AFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(14)New York Giants--.509%, 171 wins,165 losses. Made postseason 8 times out of 20 seasons and won 10 postseason games. Won division 4 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 3 Super Bowl appearances and won 2 Super Bowl titles.

 

(15)Atlanta Falcons--.504%, 168 wins, 165 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 8 times out of 20 seasons and won 6 postseason games. Won division 4 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(16)Carolina Panthers--.503%, 168 wins, 166 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 7 times out of 20 seasons and won 8 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 2 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(17)Kansas City Chiefs--.500%, 165 wins, 165 losses. Made postseason 8 times out of 20 seasons and won 2 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 1 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(18)Chicago Bears--.482%, 158 wins, 170 losses. Made postseason 5 times out of 20 seasons and won 2 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 2 NFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(19)Miami Dolphins--.474%, 155 wins, 172 losses. Made postseason 5 times out of 20 seasons and won 2 postseason games. Won division 2 times. 0 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(20)Los Angeles Rams--.469%, 156 wins, 177 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 7 times out of 20 seasons and won 8 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 3 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(21)New York Jets--.467%, 155 wins, 177 losses. Made postseason 6 times out of 20 seasons and won 6 postseason games. Won division 1 times. 2 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(22)Cincinnati Bengals--.454%, 147 wins, 177 losses,3 ties. Made postseason 7 times out of 20 seasons and won 0 postseason games. Won division 4 times. 0 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(23)Tampa Bay Buccaneers--.444%, 146 wins, 183 losses. Made postseason 6 times out of 20 seasons and won 4 postseason games. Won division 4 times. 2 NFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 1 Super Bowl titles.

 

(24)Houston Texans--.443%, 124 wins, 156 losses. Made postseason 5 times out of 20 seasons and won 3 postseason games. Won division 5 times. 0 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(25)San Francisco 49ers--.440%, 145 wins, 185 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 5 times out of 20 seasons and won 6 postseason games. Won division 3 times. 3 NFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(26)Arizona Cardinals--.436%, 143 wins, 185 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 4 times out of 20 seasons and won 5 postseason games. Won division 3 times. 2 NFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(27)Washington Redskins--.433%, 141 wins, 185 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 4 times out of 20 seasons and won 2 postseason games. Won division 3 times. 0 NFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(28)Buffalo Bills--.429%, 138 wins, 184 losses. Made postseason 2 times out of 20 seasons and won 0 postseason games. Won division 0 times. 0 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(29)Jacksonville Jaguars--.424%, 139 wins, 189 losses. Made postseason 4 times out of 20 seasons and won 4 postseason games. Won division 2 times. 2 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(30)Oakland Raiders--.396%, 130 wins, 198 losses. Made postseason 4 times out of 20 seasons and won 4 postseason games. Won division 3 times. 2 AFC title appearances,Made 1 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(31)Detroit Lions--.367%, 119 wins, 205 losses. Made postseason 4 times out of 20 seasons and won 0 postseason games. Won division 0 times. 0 NFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

(32)Cleveland Browns--.298%, 95 wins, 225 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 1 times out of 20 seasons and won 0 postseason games. Won division 0 times. 0 AFC title appearances,Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

 

Edited by The Robfather

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I should show this to some steelers fans who need a reality check

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Seems like it was just the other day Gruden was leading the Raiders to the playoffs every year with Gannon the Cannon at QB, surprised me to see them 30th out of 32. Quite the nosedive to go from constant playoff team to losing 198 games, sheesh. 

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1 hour ago, The Robfather said:

(32)Cleveland Browns--.298%, 95 wins, 225 losses,1 tie. Made postseason 1 times out of 20 seasons and won 0 postseason games. Won division 0 times. 0 AFC title appearances, Made 0 Super Bowl appearances and won 0 Super Bowl titles.

Cleveland fans, take a bow.

I'm old enough to remember when the Browns were very good, but for many of you -  this is all you've gotten to see.
kudos for hanging with em, and your just rewards are imminent.

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Patriots on top. Browns hopefully have a promising future.

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23 minutes ago, Shanedorf said:

I'm old enough to remember when the Browns were very good, but for many of you -  this is all you've gotten to see.
 

Browns last won a championship in 1964. Just how old are you, mister. 

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Really surprised the Browns are last. End sarcasm 

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5 hours ago, August4th said:

I should show this to some steelers fans who need a reality check

While I dont completely disagree, past success doesnt excuse current incompetence.    Pretty much all of that playoff success is well behind us.  

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13 minutes ago, FourThreeMafia said:

While I dont completely disagree, past success doesnt excuse current incompetence.    Pretty much all of that playoff success is well behind us.  

Doesn't excuse current incompetence but be grateful that your franchise has had a lot of success. You could of been like your greatest rivals in the 70s, the lowly Raiders xD

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Being a browns fan feels .298% most of the time.

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2 hours ago, Bonanza23 said:

Really surprised the Browns are last. End sarcasm 

 

3 minutes ago, Kiwibrown said:

Being a browns fan feels .298% most of the time.

Glad only became fan in 2016, ya'll suffered way more than me xD

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6 hours ago, Activated10 said:

Doesn't excuse current incompetence but be grateful that your franchise has had a lot of success. You could of been like your greatest rivals in the 70s, the lowly Raiders xD

I'm absolutely grateful, but some people (not you @August4th) act like past success means it excuses Kevin Colbert and others from their more recent failures.

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Only 1 AFC East team in the bottom 10. I'm surprised.

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Whats crazy is i put up a lot with random football fans many strictly NFL fans of various teams telling me that the Titans suck and they are really bad and all this other stuff. Honestly i think they suffer from being a small market team and lack of exposure compared to other teams.

With that being said i was surprised myself that they were 1 win from cracking the top 10 in win as Dallas was 10th with 171 wins and the Titans had 170 wins. The Titans celebrated their 20th year in 2018 so the last 20 years is basically the teams whole history.

The Titans have had 3 straight winning seasons including a playoff win in the 2017 playoffs that was the biggest comeback win for a road team in NFL history.

They have had 10 winning seasons out of the 20 they have played, 3 of those seasons were 13 win seasons ('99,'00 and '08). They led the NFL in wins in 2000 and 2008. They had a 2000 yard rusher in 2009(Chris Johnson) and he broke the record for total yardage for a player in one season 2.509 yards. They had 2 NFL Rookie of the Year players in Jevon Kearse in '99 and Vince Young in '06. An NFL MVP in 2003 Steve McNair. They had one of the NFL's first defensive lineman to ever get a 100 million dollar contract in 2009 Albert Haynesworth. They even have the record for most FG in a game 8 by Rob Bironas in 2007.

The Titans also set another record which is due to RB Derrick Henry having a 99 yard run the longest in NFL history tied with Dallas Tony Dorsett who also had a 99 yard run in 1983.

Their worst period was 2012 thru 2015 with 4 straight losing seasons. That was mostly based on drafting a bust at QB in Jake Locker and having hired a GM that was terrible at drafting Ruston Webster. 

They were able to remedy this by drafting a new QB Marcus Mariota and hiring a new GM Jon Robinson in 2015. 

Mariota has been inconsistent but he is clutch he led the NFL in comebacks in 2017 and in his career he has 12 NFL come from behind wins. He also has wins over Tom Brady,Aaron Rodgers,Drew Brees and Russell Wilson. 

Mariota was the first QB NFL history 250+ pass,100+ rush yds,3 TD passes in game

Only 5 QBs have passer rating above 100.0 in Primetime since 2000 Manning,Brees,Rodgers,Wilson.... & Mariota is best with a 106.4 rating

Last season Mariota was first in passer rating in 3rd and long,5th in third down conversion,6th in completion percentage as well as being a top 5 QB under pressure.

Hopefully he can be good enough to lead the Titans to the postseason in 2019.

 

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3 hours ago, Hunter2_1 said:

Only 1 AFC East team in the bottom 10. I'm surprised.

Their win % out of the division is actually surprisingly competent.

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