Top Ten Longest NFL Regular Season Winning Streaks
Which NFL Teams Have Held the Longest Regular Season Winning Streaks?
2014 NFL Season
This season, the longest current winning streak in the NFL stands at 5 games and belongs to the New England Patriots. You won’t see it featured on today’s top ten list, in which we’re going to take a look at the longest regular season winning streaks in league history. My boys lead off.
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1. From 2008-2009, the Indianapolis Colts won 23 games in a row. The first loss after that streak was pretty heartbreaking for Colts Nation. Fun fact: I cried in a frozen foods aisle at the local grocery. Good times, folks.
2. From 2006-2008, the Colts’ arch-rival New England Patriots won 21 games straight. Impressive, admittedly. And you know that as a born-and-bred Hoosier, it pains me to say that.
3. The Patriots also hold today’s No. 3 spot with an 18 game winning streak from 2003-2004 (the last time they actually won a Super Bowl…I just felt compelled to point that out).
4. From 1933-1934, the Chicago Bears won 17 games straight. That’s pretty darn impressive considering each season was only 10 games long.
5. The 2004-2005 Pittsburgh Steelers won 16 games in a row. They were led by this rookie QB with a weird last name. Big Ben Roethlisberger? You might’ve heard of him sometime during the past decade.
6. From 1971-1973, the Miami Dolphins were the winners of 16 straight regular season match-ups. They also became the only undefeated team in both the regular season, the play-offs, and the Super Bowl somewhere in there. You might be familiar with a little squad from ’72.
(6*) 7. The 1983-1984 Miami Dolphins also won 16 regular season games in a row.
(6*) 8. During the 1941-942 seasons, the Chicago Bears also knocked-out 16 straight wins.
(6*) 9. The 1960-1961 Los Angeles Chargers were yet another club that managed to win 16 games consecutively during regular season contests.
10. The 2010-2011 Green Bay Packers had 15 consecutive victories during the regular season. The 2010 team also brought home the Lombardi Trophy, beating the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.
(10*) 11. From 1989-1990, the San Francisco 49ers also put-up 15 regular season Ws in a row.