The 2010 Seattle Seahawks made the playoffs by winning the NFC West Division Championship with a record of 7(wins)-9(losses). They qualified by beating the St. Louis Rams in the last game of the regular season.
Yes. Six teams from each conference make the playoffs, the four division winners and the two teams with the best won/loss record that did not win their division. If a division winner's record is less than .500 they still make the playoffs. If the record of one of the two teams with the best record that did not win their division is less than .500, they still make the playoffs. Only three teams with losing records have ever made the NFL playoffs: The Browns and Lions both entered the 1982 playoffs with 4-5 records. (The season was shortened by a players' strike.) In 2010 the Seattle Seahawks won the NFC West with a 7-9 record, becoming the first NFL team to make the playoffs with a losing record in a full season.
NFC West Division leading Seahawks are the first team to ever make the playoffs with a losing record of 7-9.
Three teams have made the NFL playoffs with losing records, two in 1982 when the schedule was only 9 games. The Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns were 4-5 that year; both were the eighth seed in their conference. The first non-strike team to make the playoffs with a losing record is the 2010 Seattle Seahawks, who were 7-9. Despite being the butt of jokes and being pitted against the defending Super Bowl champions in the first round of the playoffs, they had home field advantage due to winning their division and beat the Saints 41-36 in one of the biggest upsets in NFL playoff history.
It varies from year to year. In the 2006 season the payroll was as follows: Wildcard weekend - winning team 19.000 dollars, losing team 17.000 dollars Divisional - both winning and losing team 19.000 dollars Conference championship: both winning and losing team 37.000 dollars
The longest winning streak to open a season would be Howard College in 2009. The team won 57 consecutive games before losing in the playoffs. The team ended up winning the 2009 JUCO World Series with a record of 63-1. This is of course a JUCO team and this is beats any other record held by any other division (NCAA D1, D2, D3, NAIA)
Sure. Winning makes you feel good about yourself and your performance with the game. HAving said that, losing can help define your competitive performance as well. But overall, if you are always losing at a particular game you will probably move on to something you are better able to compete at.
The act of a losing candidate publicly yielding to a winning candidate after an election after the overall result of the vote has become clear.
Coaches with winning records have been fired. One example would be in 2006 head Coach Marty Schottenheimer lead the Chargers to a 14-2 record, before losing in the playoffs to the Patriots. With ownership questioning his ability to win in the playoffs, he was let go after the 2006 Super Bowl.
The hit comedy 1989 major league is about a team of screwball players who are forced to have a losing season by their bossy lady owner because she wants to move the team to miami, Florida. But instead of listening to their owner they go on a winning streak and end up winning the division and go to the playoffs. The movie is rated R because of very strong language and sex. The team is the Clevland Indians.
The pay scale for the 2013 season NFL playoffs: Wild-card game (non-division winners): $21,000 Wild-card game (division winners): $23,000 Divisional playoff game: $23,000 Conference championship game: $42,000 Super Bowl losing Team: $46,000 Super Bowl winning team: $92,000
Yes coastal is division 1-AA. If i remember correctly they played Appalachian State in the divsion 1-aa playoffs, but came up short losing 30-3 in the first round.
No one. No teams have ever made the playoffs with a losing record. The Seattle Seahawks of the 2010-11 season are the very first team to make the playoffs with a losing record.
The Steelers can get into the playoffs with a week 17 win over the Dolphins, Baltimore losing, and the Jets losing. The Steelers, Ravens and Jets all won in week 17. The Steelers did not make the playoffs.
No teams so far have won their division with a losing record, but if Seattle wins tonight, they will win the division and have a losing record.
Playoff berths are awarded according to conference ranking, not records. The top six seeds in each conference make the playoffs, no matter what their records are. That includes the four division winners and two wild card teams (the non-division winners with the two best records). In theory, it's possible to not win a single game and still make the playoffs! Every team in a division would have to go 0-10-6, with every team tying every other team in the division and losing all their games outside the division. Strength of schedule would be the first tiebreaker to kick in to determine a division winner.
There is no set win-loss record to make the playoffs. The record needed is the best win-loss record that wins your team their division, or one of the two best records for wild car playoff spots. Teams with 11-5 records have missed the playoffs while in 2010 the Seahawks became the first team with a losing record (7-9) to win their division and then win a playoff game.
No. Flutie started two games in the playoffs, one for the Chicago Bears losing to the Washington Redskins in the 1986 playoffs and one for the Buffalo Bills losing to the Miami Dolphins in the 1998 playoffs.
Winning and Losing - 2009 is rated/received certificates of: Ireland:G
No, Major League Baseball does not have limits for runs in any of its games including Spring Training, Regular Season and the Playoffs except for the World Baseball Classic which is if the winning team is winning by 10 after 7 innings or if they're winning by 15 after 5 innings then the losing team is awarded an automatic forfeit.
The correct quote is "Winning isn't everything, but losing is nothing", which was said by Red Symons.
No, there is no way possible, but it is possible to be a losing and winning pitcher in one DAY!!!
It is impossible to say who is winning, but the human race is losing.
By winning or losing.