Inside The Numbers: Cowboys W/L Record Since Last Super Bowl Win

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Aug 4, 2013; Canton, OH, USA; Emmitt Smith at the 2013 Hall of Fame Game at Fawcett Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Franchise Win – Loss Records Since 1996

Rank

Team

Wins – Losses

Percentage

# of Seasons

with 10 or More

Losses

1 New England Patriots

201 – 87

0.69

1

2 Green Bay Packers

184 – 104

0.63

2

3 Pittsburgh Steelers

177 – 111

0.61

2

Indianapolis Colts

177 – 111

0.61

4

Denver Broncos

176 – 112

0.61

2

6 Philadelphia Eagles

159 – 129

0.55

4

7 Baltimore Ravens

158 – 130

0.54

4

Tennessee Titans

156 – 132

0.54

4

9 New York Giants

154 – 134

0.53

3

10 Seattle Seahawks

152 – 136

0.52

3

Minnesota Vikings

151 – 137

0.52

6

San Francisco 49ers

151 – 137

0.52

6

13 Dallas Cowboys

146 – 142

0.5

6

Atlanta Falcons

144 – 144

0.5

6

15 Miami Dolphins

143 – 145

0.49

4

New York Jets

143 – 145

0.49

5

New Orleans Saints

143 – 145

0.49

5

San Diego Chargers

143 – 145

0.49

5

19 Jacksonville Jaguars

140 – 148

0.48

7

Chicago Bears

139 – 149

0.48

6

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

139 – 149

0.48

6

22 Kansas City Chiefs

138 – 150

0.47

5

Carolina Panthers

137 – 151

0.47

4

24 Washington

127 – 161

0.44

8

25 Buffalo Bills

125 – 163

0.43

9

Cincinnati Bengals

124 – 164

0.43

7

27 St. Louis Rams

122 – 166

0.42

8

28 Houston Texans **

79 – 113

0.41

6

29 Arizona Cardinals

116 – 172

0.4

10

30 Oakland Raiders

113 – 175

0.39

10

31 Cleveland Browns *

100 – 188

0.34

13

32 Detroit Lions

96 – 192

0.33

12

 

*Cleveland Browns didn’t have a franchise from 1996 – 1999. To reach 18 seasons, the records from 1993, 1994 and 1995 were used.

**Houston Texans were created in 2002, data reflects 12 years.

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