As of today, January 1st, 2012, Arizona Cardinals have the most overtime wins. The hold the record at 4 overtime wins in one season.
The 2008 Tennessee Titans tied their record for the most number of wins. Their record was 13-3 at the end of the season. The Titans eventually fell to the Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs.
Tom brady has the record with 7, Terry Bradshaw has 5. Tom brady is perfect in overtime at 7-0
Pretty sure this is the correct answer. 72-10 regular season 15-3 playoffs leading to a championship 87-13 overall I would assume this is correct because the Bulls hold the regular season record for wins in a season. Adding to this the most wins possible in the playoffs at that time and I believe this is correct.
No. In regular season games it will go into a 5 minute overtime period and the fist one to score wins. If it is still a tie after overtime a shoot out occurs. In the playoffs there is a 20 min overtime period and the first to score wins, if no one scores another overtime period is played.
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I'm not positive, but this year's Cavs have to be close with 76.
It varies depending on the standings of the teams that are positioned to get into the playoffs. The top eight teams from each conference get in, but the number of wins that have gotten teams to the playoffs go from as low as around 36 wins to being as high as 72 wins. Any NBA team that wants to qualify for the playoffs has to finish with a better record than the team holding eighth place in their conference.
Tim Lincecum who won 4 games in the 2010 playoffs/World Series.
Red Auerbach had 1037 wins including playoffs.
Before the NHL lockout, there were four categories; Wins, Losses, Ties, and Overtime Losses. Since the lockout there are now only three categories; Wins, Losses, and Overtime losses (which include shootout losses)
The Buffalo Bills have been to 19 playoffs and 4 Super Bowls since 1963. Their standing record for the playoffs is 14-15 and their record for Super Bowls is 0-4.
The best team in the world had 19 wins spanning four consecutive Stanley Cup titles and five playoff seasons. This is a record for all North American professional sports franchises.
The 1998 New York Yankees with 125 wins ... 114 in the regular season and 11 in the playoffs.
Cy Young.511 wins 316 losses.who holds the record for most wins and most losses.
(Including playoffs) 503 wins, 588 losses, and 32 ties.
Joe Torre with 84.
The record belongs "officially" to the 2003-2004 New England Patriots with 21... including playoffs making them the most consecutive. Indy Colts 2008-2009 had 23 regular season wins. The previous poster said the New England record included pre-season games. In fact neither teams records include preseason games. Both lost preseason games during the "streaks." The difference being that the Patriots record is considered the "official NFL record" because it includes playoffs games.
There is no minimum for wins, the team must have a record that puts them among the top 8 teams in the region that they are in (either East or West)
denver broncos 2011
Joe Montana has 16 wins in the playoffs
Chicago Bears, as of start of 2011 season, 704 Regular Season wins, 721 including Playoffs. Green Bay Packers are second with 664 Regular Season wins, 693 including Playoffs. NY Giants are third with 636 Regular Season wins, 656 including Playoffs. Pittsburg Steelers are fourth with 546 Regular Season wins, 579 including Playoffs. source: NFL