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All time NFL franchise win-loss records & winning percentage

Just something to look at here. Every NFL teams number of wins, losses, and ties separated by regular season, post season and then combined.

All-Time Records of Current NFL Franchises

(At the start of the 2013 Season*)

Regular Season

Postseason

Overall Record

Franchise (Year Est.^)

Win

Loss

Tie

%

Win

Loss

%

Win

Loss

Tie

%

Arizona Cardinals (1920)

501

710

39

.416

6

7

.462

507

717

39

.417

Atlanta Falcons (1965)

312

402

6

.438

7

12

.368

319

414

6

.436

Baltimore Ravens (1996)

150

121

1

.553

14

7

.667

164

128

1

.561

Buffalo Bills (1959)

370

426

8

.465

14

15

.483

384

441

8

.466

Carolina Panthers (1995)

132

156

0

.458

6

4

.600

138

160

0

.463

Chicago Bears (1920)

722

526

42

.576

17

18

.486

739

544

42

.574

Cincinnati Bengals (1968)

305

385

3

.442

5

11

.313

310

396

2

.439

Cleveland Browns (1950)

447

417

10

.517

11

20

.355

458

437

10

.512

Dallas Cowboys (1960)

456

340

6

.572

33

25

.569

489

365

6

.572

Denver Broncos (1960)

419

375

10

.527

18

16

.529

437

391

10

.527

Detroit Lions (1930)

510

611

32

.456

7

11

.389

517

622

32

.455

Green Bay Packers (1920)

690

530

36

.564

30

18

.625

720

548

36

.566

Houston Texans (2002)

77

99

0

.438

2

2

.500

79

101

0

.439

Indianapolis Colts (1953)

464

415

7

.528

19

21

.475

483

436

7

.525

Jacksonville Jaguars (1995)

140

148

0

.486

5

6

.455

145

154

0

.485

Kansas City Chiefs (1959)

404

388

12

.510

8

14

.364

412

402

12

.506

Miami Dolphins (1966)

407

309

4

.568

20

20

.500

427

329

4

.564

Minnesota Vikings (1961)

426

355

9

.568

19

27

.413

445

382

9

.538

New England Patriots (1959)

426

369

9

.535

24

17

.585

450

386

9

.538

New Orleans Saints (1967)

306

395

5

.437

6

8

.429

312

403

5

.437

New York Giants (1925)

654

538

33

.547

24

24

.500

678

562

33

.546

New York Jets (1960)

365

431

8

.459

12

13

.480

377

444

8

.460

Oakland Raiders (1960)

430

363

11

.542

25

18

.581

455

381

11

.544

Philadelphia Eagles (1933)

521

561

26

.482

19

20

.487

540

581

26

.482

Pittsburgh Steelers (1933)

566

525

21

.518

33

22

.600

599

547

21

.522

St. Louis Rams (1937)

520

512

21

.504

19

24

.442

539

536

21

.501

San Diego Chargers (1960)

399

394

11

.503

10

16

.385

409

410

11

.499

San Francisco 49ers (1950)

495

413

14

.544

28

19

.596

523

432

14

.547

Seattle Seahawks (1975)

280

300

0

.483

9

12

.429

289

312

0

.481

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1976)

229

350

1

.396

6

9

.400

235

359

1

.396

Tennessee Titans (1959)

392

406

6

.491

14

19

.424

406

425

6

.489

Washington Redskins (1932)

562

533

27

.513

23

18

.561

585

551

27

.515

*All AFL teams records included since they were included in the merger with the NFL in 1970 and since the NFL recognizes their records as part of the franchises total wins and losses. AAFC (All American Football Conference) records not included as they weren't recorded at the time and since the NFL doesn't officially recognize these records as part of the franchises win loss total. (Cleveland Browns, San
Francisco 49ers AAFC 1946-1949).

^Some franchises established in different cities or played for different cities and/or under different team names.

The Baltimore Ravens are 6th in regular season at .553 % behind:

1st Chicago Bears .576

2nd Dallas Cowboys .572

T-3rd Miami Dolphins .568

T-3rd Minnesota Vikings .568

5th Green Bay Packers .564

6th Baltimore Ravens .553

The Baltimore Ravens have the best postseason win percentage at .667 %

All games (regular season and postseason games combined) they are 5th behind:

1st Chicago Bears .574

2nd Dallas Cowboys .572

3rd Green Bay Packers .566

4th Miami Dolphins .564

5th Baltimore Ravens .561

The opinions posted here are those of the administrator of this blog and his loyal readers. They are in no way official comments from the team, and should not be misconstued as such, even though he thinks he could do just as well or even a better job!

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