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The Last Losing Season of Every NFL Team

by Riley Baines
Last Losing Season Every NFL Team

The Last Losing Season of Every NFL Team

The National Football League (NFL) is a tapestry of triumphs, heartbreaks, underdogs, and dynasties. Every year, some teams dazzle with spectacular performances, while others navigate a series of defeats. These dips and rises are part of the fabric that keeps the league exciting, the fans hooked, and the stories varied. Today, we dive deep into the annals of the NFL to explore the last season each team posted a losing record. Some franchises have demonstrated resilience and consistency, while others have faced challenges. Let’s journey back in time and revisit the last losing season of every NFL team.


  • 2022: A year marked by both surprise and expectation. Teams like the New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers, known for their recent successes, faced unexpected downturns. Here are the teams with losing records:
    • New England Patriots
    • New York Jets
    • Denver Broncos
    • Cleveland Browns
    • Houston Texans
    • Tennessee Titans
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • Los Angeles Rams
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • Green Bay Packers
    • Chicago Bears
    • New Orleans Saints
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • Carolina Panthers
  • 2021: While the pandemic still cast its shadow, the league saw these teams grapple with losses:
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • New York Giants
    • Detroit Lions
    • Minnesota Vikings
  • 2020: A unique year in the league’s history due to the pandemic. Some traditional powerhouses faced unexpected challenges:
    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • San Francisco 49ers
  • 2019: The Miami Dolphins stood alone this year as the only team with a losing season.
  • 2018: Buffalo Bills found it challenging, marking their last losing season in this year.
  • 2012: The Kansas City Chiefs, who would later emerge as a dominant force, had their most recent losing season.
  • 2003: A testament to consistent performance, the Pittsburgh Steelers have not had a losing season since 2003, showcasing their incredible consistency and resilience.

While losing seasons can be tough for fans and teams alike, they often serve as turning points, leading to self-reflection, strategy changes, and, in many cases, future successes. Whether a team last posted a losing record decades ago or just the previous year, the beautiful unpredictability of the NFL ensures that every new season brings fresh hope, opportunities, and the potential for redemption.

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