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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  • trinity

    So the argument is, “yeah we suck, but other people suck as well so it’s ok”? That’s sad. The reason why there is no hope for the cowboys is because they are stuck under the thumb of Jerry Jones. The ultimate hype machine. Content to keep losing as long as ratings are high. His willingness to accept and even reward mediocrity is the reason there is no hope for the cowboys.

  • BradAustin

    Kind of a sore topic with most Cowboys fans. That list is a little misleading. It ranks Dallas as 8th, but there are 12 teams ahead of them. So they are tied for 13th with Atlanta, out of 30 teams playing since 1996. 13 or 14 out of 30 is a few spots short of dead average. So since 1996, Dallas has performed very slightly better than average. Cowboys loyalists don’t consider that remotely competitive.

    Many of the 12 teams above us had serious playoff success in that time period. We did not. Again far from competitive.

    Winning a decent amount of games most years but nothing significant is not competitive to Texas football fans. That’s basically being an also-ran. And it just displays JJ’s coach hiring strategy. Find decent coaches who can win some, but not be controlling enough to win substantially. To me, that’s called a forfeit. Again, sorry but this one is a very sore subject for many years. lol

    • SmartThinking

      My thoughts exactly as I looked over this list. Once again, there’s Dallas, right in the middle. There are some people, I don’t count myself as one of them who’ll tell you with a straight face that any 8-8 team is just a few players away from achieving greatness (big Jones is the cheerleader for this bunch). Clearly, that isn’t the case with this franchise. Conceivably, we could swap out 12, maybe as many as 15 players with better ones and still struggle for a division title. The numbers say, year in and year out.