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  1. SamBam39

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    (includes regular season and playoffs)

    +181 - Bears

    +132 - Packers
    +119 - Dolphins
    +111 - Cowboys
    +111 - Raiders
    +89 - Giants
    +85 - 49ers

    +67 - Vikings
    +57 - Browns
    +54 - Redskins
    +54 - Rams
    +47 - Chiefs
    +45 - Broncos

    +20 - Steelers
    +14 - Colts
    +11 - Jaguars
    +4 - Ravens
    +1 - Patriots

    -9 - Panthers
    -15 - Seahawks
    -27 - Chargers
    -29 - Titans
    -30 - Texans
    -31 - Bills
    -47 - Eagles
    -49 - Lions

    -70 - Jets
    -74 - Bengals
    -105 - Buccaneers
    -112 - Falcons
    -117 - Saints

    -205 - Cardinals
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    wow i know i am young and all... but i had no idea the bears were that much over .500
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    yup.
    you should get a book about football history or look into the football encyclopedia - the bears started the nfl back in the 1920's and won alot, along with the packers and giants in the early years.
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    The record may be post his time, but this gentleman's record as a coach is quite awesome:

    http://www.chicagobears.com/tradition/hof-halas.asp
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    excellent info. does anyone know of a list of alltime playoff records?
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    PLAYOFFS?......PLAYOFFS?......YOUR TALKING PLAYOFFS?
    I JUST WANT TO WIN A GAME!
    PLAYOFFS!

    HERE YOU GO....

    +10 - Packers
    +10 - Cowboys
    +10 - Steelers
    +8 - 49ers
    +7 - Raiders
    +7 - Redskins
    +6 - Patriots

    +3 - Ravens
    +3 - Panthers
    +2 - Broncos
    +1 - Dolphins
    E - Eagles
    E - Texans
    -1 - Bears
    -1 - Bills
    -1 - Jaguars
    -2 - Buccaneers
    -2 - Jets
    -2 - Falcons
    -3 - Colts
    -3 - Titans
    -3 - Cardinals
    -3 - Seahawks
    -3 - Bengals
    -4 - Lions
    -4 - Chiefs
    -4 - Saints
    -5 - Rams
    -5 - Chargers
    -6 - Giants
    -6 - Vikings

    -9 - Browns
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    Yeah the Patriots placement on that playoff list is most impressive.
    A few more wins and they'll be close to the best playoff success of anyone!

    imagine that about our patriots - similiar playoff success to such teams as the cowboys, the steelers, the 49ers, etc. This organization has really come along way!
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    #95 Jersey

    Take away Brady, Belichick et al and the Pats are down with the Lions at about -48 by my calculations... (11-3,9-7, 14-2,14-2,10-6, 3-1 and 10-1 playoffs for 71-22 total.
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    Why would you take away Brady and Belichick? :confused:
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    #95 Jersey

    Let me rephrase that, as the previous poster noted, they've come a looooooooooong was in the last 6 years, in more ways than one. From the laughingstock of a franchise (see Cardinals, Lions) to one of the elites .....
    As Bob Ryan wrote, these are the good old days......
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    Exactly - The lowest the patriots ever got to be was -55 games during the Parcells reign. (the pats were exactly .500 overall under parcells)

    so yes, I've been tracking them ever since BB began winning and it's been quite a climb.

    by the way, the highest they ever got was +15 during the mid 60's under Mike Holovak.

    Once the pats get to +16, it will be the highest point of winning sucess in franchise history.
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    so therefore dolphins are the best since the 60's :rocker: :rocker: :rocker:
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    I agree sometimes you have to put this thing into perspective, this run has been a great one for us..
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    yes.
    for instance when they went 14-2 during the regular season and then 3-0 during the playoffs, for a total of 17-2 - that's about as good a season as your ever gonna see. and thet gained 15 games on this list. so to come from so far back (-55) to (+1) that's like having 4 of those seasons! but more realistically, if a team goes, say 11-5, then goes 2-1 in the playoffs - that is a more realistic season, and that is only +7, so it would take like 8 years of consistantly doing that level of success to make up those kinds of numbers. ANd if you have one bad year, where you go say, 5-11 or 6-10, then you have to have a couple of good years to make up for it!

    yes, the pats under belichick have come a long, long way - from down deep under .500 with the losing franchises to finally above .500 with the winning franchises - and that was no small accomplishment.
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