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THE QUESTION

Which Winless Team Will Win First?

The Bengals, Lions, Texans and Rams are all searching for that elusive first victory but which team will be the first to find it, and why?

Posted by Emil Steiner on October 3, 2008 11:22 AM
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Hello: I can't remember the last time a team went winless but I think Lions have a good shot. Maybe probably the Rams too. Bengals will win this w...

Mark Maske: The '76 Buccaneers went 0-14 as a first-year expansion team. No team has ever gone 0-16. ...

CSG In Iraq: The last team to go winless in a season was the 1982 Baltimore Colts, who went 0-8-1 during the strike shortened season. As Mark Maske wro...

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plumber bubba :

How awesome would it be if all four teams were 0-16 at the end of the year? I think the Texans will win first, next the Lions, then the Bengals and lastly the woeful Rams.

Bailout Billy :

No question the Rams, they absatively suck. Bulger or Green it doesn't matter. The Cubs have a better chance of coming back than the Rams do of winning a game this season. Steven Jackson should leave now before he ruins himself.

Hello :

I can't remember the last time a team went winless but I think Lions have a good shot. Maybe probably the Rams too. Bengals will win this weekend in Dallas and Chad Ocho Cinco will kiss the star.

Mark Maske :

The '76 Buccaneers went 0-14 as a first-year expansion team. No team has ever gone 0-16.

CSG In Iraq :

The last team to go winless in a season was the 1982 Baltimore Colts, who went 0-8-1 during the strike shortened season.

As Mark Maske wrote above, however, the last team to lose every game was the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And an unasked-for tangent for all you Redskins fans out there: those Bucs were QB'ed by none other than "the old ball coach," Steve Spurrier.

(And BTW, if it was THE Mark Maske who posted the comment above, what are you doing slumming here?)

 
 
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