List of National Football League Records (team)

List Of National Football League Records (team)

This is a list of records set by various teams in various categories in the National Football League.

Also see List of National Football League records (individual)

Read more about List Of National Football League Records (team):  Championships, Games Won, Losses, Tie Games, Scoring, Turnovers, Penalties, Other

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... improvement in wins, 10 Miami Dolphins season, 2008 (2007, 1–15 record2008, 11–5 record Indianapolis Colts, 1999 (1998, 3–13 record1999, 13–3 record Pittsburgh Steelers ... Louis Rams, (1998, 4–12 record1999, 16–3 record((3–0 postseason)) Worst single-season turnaround in wins, 10 ... Houston Oilers, (1993, 12–4 record1994, 2–14 record Teamwith the lowest winning percentage the previous season to reach to the NFC Championship Game New Orleans Saints ...

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