Biggest difference in games between opponents in NFL History?
I'm wondering if the game today marks the biggest difference in games (13) in league history. Does anybody know?
To get a bigger lead, it would have to be 14-0 vs 0-14 (there was no 0-14 in '72 so far as I know), or else you would need either 15-0 vs 1-14 or 14-1 vs 0-15; we know the former hasn't happened, not sure about the latter.
Re: Biggest difference in games between opponents in NFL History?
The latter hasn't happened, either. The longest a team has gone in one season without winning is 14 games (New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
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