List of most consecutive winning teams in the NFL?
Yes, they are one of the better NFL teams, though not winning a super bowl, have a .555 franchise winning percentage. 5th highest in the NFL
The Cleveland Brown's all time historical winning percentage was .535 which has topped the franchise's winning record and is high against other NFL teams.
In the 2003 NFL season, four teams (Chargers, Raiders, Cardinals, Giants) wound up tied for the worst record at 4-12. A tie breaker was needed to determine in which order these teams would draft and the first tie breaker that is used is strength of schedule for the previous season. The team that played the schedule of teams that had the combined lowest winning percentage would select first and the team that played the schedule of teams that had the combined highest winning percentage would select fourth. The Chargers played teams that had a combined record of 106-102 (.510 winning percentage), the Raiders 109-99 (.524 winning percentage), the Cardinals 113-95 (.543 winning percentage), and the Giants 115-93 (.553 winning percentage). Since the combined winning percentage of teams the Giants played was the highest of the four teams tied, they selected fourth in the 2004 NFL draft. The Chargers selected first, the Raiders second, and the Cardinals third.
Click on the 'All Time Winning Percentages' link on this page to see a listing of teams and their franchise winning percentage as of the start of the 2007 season.
The Patriots .708 (102-42) The Colts .701 (101-43)
Among existing teams, the Cowboys have the best winning percentage. As of the beginning of the 2010 season, Dallas is 467-339-6 all-time, for a .579 winning percentage.
the colts have the highest winning precentage
Carolina Panthers, 6-3 for a .667 winning percentage.
This is best answered in opposition to your question i.e. How do teams qualify for the playoffs? The 8 division winners and 2 wild card teams from each conference. Wild card teams are determined by the best overall winning percentage from the remaining (non division winning) teams.