List of all-time NFL win–loss records

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The following is a list of win–loss records for each of the 32 active National Football League (NFL) teams.

Regular season[edit]

George Halas (right) of the Chicago Bears, who have recorded the most regular season wins.

The following is a listing of all 32 current National Football League (NFL) teams ranked by their regular season win–loss record percentage, accurate as of the end of the 2017 NFL regular season.[1] For teams that previously played in the All-America Football Conference (AAFC), their AAFC win-loss records are not included as the NFL does not officially count AAFC statistics despite the 1950 NFL–AAFC merger.[2][a] However, for teams that played in the American Football League (AFL), their AFL win-loss records are included and officially counted by the NFL. Ties are registered as a half win and a half loss when calculating the win-loss record.

Best win–loss record in division
Rank Team GP Won Lost Tied Pct. First NFL Season Division
1 Dallas Cowboys 882 502 374 6 .573 1960 NFC East
2 Green Bay Packers 1,336 737 562 37 .565 1921 NFC North
3 Chicago Bears 1,370 749 579 42 .562 1920 NFC North
4 Miami Dolphins 800 445 351 4 .559 1966 AFC East
5 New England Patriots[b] 884 489 386 9 .558 1960 AFC East
6 Minnesota Vikings 870 470 390 10 .546 1961 NFC North
7 Baltimore Ravens 352 190 161 1 .541 1996 AFC North
8 New York Giants 1,305 687 585 33 .539 1925 NFC East
9 Denver Broncos 884 470 404 10 .537 1960 AFC West
10 San Francisco 49ers 1,002 528 460 14 .534 1950 NFC West
11 Pittsburgh Steelers 1,179 614 538 20 .532 1933 AFC North
12 Oakland Raiders 884 462 411 11 .529 1960 AFC West
13 Indianapolis Colts[c] 966 506 453 7 .527 1953 AFC South
14 Kansas City Chiefs 884 457 415 12 .524 1960 AFC West
15 Seattle Seahawks 660 334 325 1 .507 1976 NFC West
16 Washington Redskins 1,202 595 581 28 .506 1932 NFC East
17 Carolina Panthers 368 183 184 1 .499 1995 NFC South
18 Los Angeles Chargers[d] 884 435 438 11 .498 1960 AFC West
19 Los Angeles Rams 1,135 555 559 21 .498 1937 NFC West
20 Cleveland Browns 954 462 482 10 .490 1950 AFC North
21 Philadelphia Eagles 1,188 568 594 26 .489 1933 NFC East
22 Tennessee Titans 884 422 456 6 .481 1960 AFC South
23 Buffalo Bills 884 409 467 8 .467 1960 AFC East
24 Detroit Lions 1,233 553 648 32 .461 1930 NFC North
25 Cincinnati Bengals 772 351 417 4 .457 1968 AFC North
26 New York Jets 884 397 479 8 .454 1960 AFC East
27 Jacksonville Jaguars 368 165 203 0 .448 1995 AFC South
28 New Orleans Saints 786 349 432 5 .447 1967 NFC South
29 Atlanta Falcons 800 351 443 6 .443 1966 NFC South
30 Houston Texans 256 110 146 0 .430 2002 AFC South
31 Arizona Cardinals 1,330 550 740 40 .429 1920 NFC West
32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 660 255 404 1 .387 1976 NFC South

Playoffs[edit]

Members of the Baltimore Ravens franchise, the team with the highest playoff win–loss percentage, during the Lombardi Trophy presentation following their Super Bowl XLVII victory
Marvin Lewis, head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, who have registered the lowest playoff win-loss percentage of all time

The following is a listing of all 32 current National Football League (NFL) teams ranked by their playoff win-loss record percentage, accurate as of the end of Super Bowl LII.

Best win–loss record in division
Team active in playoffs
Rank Team GP Won Lost Pct. Last playoff
appearance
Division
1 Baltimore Ravens 23 15 8 .652 2014 AFC North
2 New England Patriots 54 34 20 .630 2017 AFC East
3 Green Bay Packers 56 34 22 .607 2016 NFC North
4 San Francisco 49ers 50 30 20 .600 2013 NFC West
5 Pittsburgh Steelers 61 36 25 .590 2017 AFC North
6 Oakland Raiders 44 25 19 .568 2016 AFC West
7 Dallas Cowboys 61 34 27 .557 2016 NFC East
8 (tie) Denver Broncos 42 23 19 .548 2015 AFC West
8 (tie) Washington Redskins 42 23 19 .548 2015 NFC East
10 Carolina Panthers 17 9 8 .529 2017 NFC South
11 Seattle Seahawks 31 16 15 .516 2016 NFC West
12 Philadelphia Eagles 43 22 21 .512 2017 NFC East
13 Jacksonville Jaguars 14 7 7 .500 2017 AFC South
14 New York Giants 49 24 25 .490 2016 NFC East
15 Indianapolis Colts 45 22 23 .489 2014 AFC South
16 Miami Dolphins 41 20 21 .488 2016 AFC East
17 Chicago Bears 35 17 18 .486 2010 NFC North
18 New York Jets 25 12 13 .480 2010 AFC East
19 Buffalo Bills 30 14 16 .467 2017 AFC East
20 New Orleans Saints 18 8 10 .444 2017 NFC South
21 Arizona Cardinals 16 7 9 .438 2015 NFC West
22 Los Angeles Rams 44 19 25 .432 2017 NFC West
23 (tie) Tennessee Titans 35 15 20 .429 2017 AFC South
23 (tie) Houston Texans 7 3 4 .429 2016 AFC South
25 Atlanta Falcons 24 10 14 .417 2017 NFC South
26 Minnesota Vikings 49 20 29 .408 2017 NFC North
27 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 15 6 9 .400 2007 NFC South
28 Los Angeles Chargers 28 11 17 .393 2013 AFC West
29 Cleveland Browns 31 11 20 .355 2002 AFC North
30 Detroit Lions 20 7 13 .350 2016 NFC North
31 Kansas City Chiefs 27 9 18 .333 2017 AFC West
32 Cincinnati Bengals 19 5 14 .263 2015 AFC North

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ For example, the Browns' regular season win–loss record does not include a 47–4–3 record compiled in the All-America Football Conference from 1946 to 1949, nor does their playoff record include the 5–0 record compiled during the same period. Likewise, the 49ers' AAFC regular season win–loss record of 38–14–2, nor their 1-1 AAFC playoff record are officially counted
  2. ^ The Patriots played as the "Boston Patriots" from 19601970, before adopting the "New England Patriots" name, which they have played under since the 1971 season.[3] The team was also briefly known as the "Bay State Patriots" prior to the 1971 season.[4]
  3. ^ The Colts played under the "Baltimore Colts" name from 19531983, before relocating to Indianapolis and adpoting their current "Indianapolis Colts" name, which they have played under since the 1984 season.[5]
  4. ^ The Chargers played as the "Los Angeles Chargers" in 1960 before relocating to San Diego in 1961 and adopting the "San Diego Chargers" as their name from 19612016. Before the 2017 season, the franchise relocated back to Los Angeles and has played under their initial "Los Angeles Chargers" name since.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Franchise Encyclopedias". Pro Football Reference. Sports-Reference. Retrieved January 14, 2016.
  2. ^ Brown, Daniel; Emmons, Mark (November 8, 2011). "49ers great Joe Perry and the stats that don't count". San Jose Mercury News. Retrieved January 14, 2016.
  3. ^ "New England Patriots — Team History". Pro Football Hall of Fame. Retrieved October 17, 2017.
  4. ^ Dewdney, Mike (February 21, 2012). "The Rise and Fall of the Bay State Patriots". Chris Creamer's Sports Logos. Retrieved October 17, 2017.
  5. ^ Hensley, Jamison (March 28, 2014). "30 years on, Baltimore better without Colts". ESPN. Retrieved October 17, 2017.