Top Ten Most Losses Per Season in the NFL
Which NFL Teams Lose the Most Games Per Year?
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As promised, today we’re going to take a look at the worst NFL teams by the measure of the most losses per season. Some of these numbers are pretty sad. Honestly, Tampa Bay fans, I’m sincerely hoping that Jameis Winston can turn things around there because your stats are painful
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1. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have existed for 39 seasons, have lost an average of 9.59 games per year. That’s, um, well under .500. Good job, Bucs.
2. The 13-year-old Houston Texans have lost an average of 9.23 games a year. That’s with J.J. Watt on the roster. Goes to show how important a solid quarterback is. Sorry, Ryan Fitzpatrick, but you just don’t hack it.
3. The Atlanta Falcons have lost an average of 8.63 games a season over the course of the past 49 years.
4. The Jacksonville Jaguars clock-in with 8.60 average losses a year in their 20 seasons in the league.
5. The New York Jets, who have been around for 45 years, have lost an average of 8.56 games per year. I just bought MNF tickets to watch them play my Colts, so here’s hoping for at least one early loss this season…
6. The New Orleans Saints, despite having Drew Brees at the helm for some of their 48 year history, have lost an average of 8.5 games a year.
7. The Carolina Panthers have managed to rack-up an average of 8.40 losses per season in their 20 years of existence.
8. The Cincinnati Bengals have averaged 8.31 losses per season in their 45 years in the league.
9. The 45-year-old Buffalo Bills have lost an average of 8.29 games a year since they began.
10. The Tennessee Titans round-out today’s list, with 8.02 average losses in 45 seasons (since they were the Houston Oilers).