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We are officially amongst the dregs of the NFL

So depressing.

Wins since 1993, including this season:

Packers: 115

49ers: 109

Broncos: 106

Chiefs: 104

Dolphins: 103

Steelers: 103

Vikings: 100

Titans: 99

Patriots: 96

Eagles: 94

Cowboys: 94

Bills: 91

Buccanneers: 91

Raiders: 91

Giants: 89

Colts: 86

Rams: 86

Seahawks: 82

Jets: 81

Redskins: 74

Falcons: 74

Bears: 74

Lions: 74

Saints: 73

Chargers: 70

Cardinals: 63

Bengals: 55

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I see your point Orangeskin, but the fact of the matter is that in this sport, or any other sport for that matter, its a case of what have you done for me lately. In our case, the answer is clearly nothing. Now I understand that things aren't always gonna be bright, and yes, bad seasons are something that all franchises endure, but two playoff appearances since our super bowl season simply doesn't cut it. Especially when you see some franchises turn things around in a matter of a few seasons. No excuses for what we have had to live through lately as fans.

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Rat, here's another list that shows how few really good years we have had. This the best season that each team has had during the 1993-2002 time period.

Vikings: 15-1

Broncos: 14-2

Jaguars: 14-2

Rams: 14-2

Falcons: 14-2

Packers: 13-3

Chiefs: 13-3

Steelers: 13-3

Bears: 13-3

49ers: 13-3

Colts: 13-3

Titans: 13-3

Buccaneers: 12-4

Cowboys: 12-4

Giants: 12-4

Ravens: 12-4

Raiders: 12-4

Eagles: 12-4

Bills: 12-4

Panthers: 12-4

Jets: 12-4

Dolphins: 11-5

Patriots: 11-5

Chargers: 11-5

Saints: 10-6

Redskins: 10-6

Lions: 10-6

Seahawks: 9-7

Cardinals: 9-7

Bengals: 8-8

What makes it even worse is the possiblilty that the Seahawks and Bengals could equal our best year in 2003, leaving us ahead of only the Cards.

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Well, if it is any consolation:

Wins from 1982-1992:

49ers: 123

Redskins: 116

Dolphins: 106

Broncos: 100

Raiders: 99

Giants: 95

Saints: 93

Steelers: 87

Vikings: 86

Seahawks: 86

Cowboys: 86

Eagles: 85

Bills: 85

Rams: 83

Browns: 83

Bengals: 80

Chiefs: 80

Jets: 77

Patriots: 75

Oilers: 74

Chargers: 72

Packers: 71

Lions: 67

Cardinals: 63

Colts: 62

Falcons: 59

Bucs: 45

Mind boggling that the 49ers are the winningest team in the past 20 years.

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Originally posted by Rat_Boy

Well, if it is any consolation:

Wins from 1982-1992:

49ers: 123

Redskins: 116

Dolphins: 106

Broncos: 100

Raiders: 99

Giants: 95

Saints: 93

Steelers: 87

Vikings: 86

Seahawks: 86

Eagkes: 85

Bills: 85

Rams: 83

Browns: 83

Bengals: 80

Chiefs: 80

Jets: 77

Patriots: 75

Oilers: 74

Chargers: 72

Packers: 71

Lions: 67

Cardinals: 63

Colts: 62

Falcons: 59

Bucs: 45

Mind boggling that the 49ers are the winningest team in the past 20 years.

Did you forget about the Cowboys?

The Eagles are in the top 11 in wins in both of those charts, but never reached a SB in those 20 years. :doh:

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Can't compare the two time periods at all. In the past the Squire could just cut the checks and stash a Typien for example. Now everyone has the same amount to spend.

Could it be that Gibbs saw the handwriting on the wall ?

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