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How many teams have gone 14-0?

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  1. Mack Herron

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    Only the 72 dolphins have gone 14-0


    Indy in 2005,Denver in 98 and Chicago in 85 each lost the 14th game after they each went 13-0
     
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    So 5 teams have gone 13-0 but only 1 has gone 14-0. (Until tomorrow.) Most excellent.
     
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    I think only the 72 Dolphins ! Pretty sure we will be only the 2nd team to do so. I know Vikings had a 15-1 season but also lost after i think 13 ! Now i have to go and check up !!!.
     
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    The 1998 Vikings won their first 7, then lost a game, and finished 15 - 1. Some guy named Moss had 17 regular season TDs. They lost in the NFC Championship Game to the Atlanta Falcons.

    '85 Bears got to 12 - 0, then lost, and finished 15 - 1. Won super bowl.

    '84 49ers got to 6 - 0, then lost, and finished 15 - 1. Won super bowl.

    '04 Steelers lost their second game, finished 15 - 1. They lost in the AFCCG to the Patriots, 41 - 27, and it really wasn't as close as the score implies.

    I think that's it for 15 - 1 teams.
     
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    Didn't the Pats go 15-1?
     
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    Let's put off celebrating tomorrow's win until 4 pm or so, OK?

    Or maybe a little earlier if it's a blowout.

    And by the way, if we do win Miami has a LOT on the line next week -- their own loss streak, our attack on their franchise's streak record, etc.
     
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    If the Pats win they will join the fish as the only team to start with 14 wins. They will also tie the Steelers for most consectutive wins in a season -14
     
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    No, 14-2 in both 2003 and 2004 is their best.
     
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