They were in the 2009 season if you mean have they ever beat the three teams in their division twice.
Yes, the current 2009 NFL season has 2 teams with 11-0 starts. The Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints are the first 2 teams to begin an 11-0 season. A game back is Minnesota Vikings with 10-1 record. This is the first time in NFL history that two teams have been 11-0 in the same season.
there are 30 current teams in the current format. the Original 6 format ended in 1967, and since then, there has been a series of expansions ever since, up until the 2000-01 season. so there have never been 32 teams in the nhl.
No. But would it be cool if they did?
No, the season is long. The best teams lose about a third of the time. Even the worst team can beat the best team sometime during the season.
the premiership has only been around since 1992 and Chelsea have been in it ever year
Overtime was implemented in the 1974 season for regular season games. Before that there was no overtime to break a tie in a regular season game. Of course, playoff games have always had overtime.
In MLB, there never has been a reliever that won 20 games in a season. The MLB record is 18 by Elroy Face of the 1959 Pittsburgh Pirates who pitched in 57 games that season, all in relief.
272 regular season, plus 5 more in the postseason. http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/cin/
The Cubs worst winning percentage in a season is .364 by the 1962 and 1966 teams. Both teams had a record of 59-103.
No. All final four teams have been from different conferences, but not all 4.