Rams of 1979 and Cardinals of 2009 (9-7)
THrough Super Bowl XLII, that was the 1979 Los Angeles Rams with a regular season record of 9-7.
The 1988 San Francisco 49ers, the 2007 New York Giants and the 2010 Green Bay Packers all had a 10 - 6 regular season record and won the Super Bowl.
The Tigers worst regular season record is 43-119 in 2003.
The Houston Texans, with a record of 2-14, had the worst season in the 2013 NFL regular season.
new Orleans saints or the jacksonville jaguars
because its the steelers vs the seahaws.. and the seahawks suck!!!
That would be the 2003 Oakland Raiders. The Raiders lost Super Bowl XXXVII, played January 26, 2003 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and then had a 2003 regular season record of 4-12.
Two 10-6 (.625) teams have won the Super Bowl: the 2007 Giants and the 1988 49ers.
The 1956 team had the worst overall record in Yankees history. This was followed by the 1972 team.
st Louis browns
2008 Detroit Lions: 0-16
9-73 by the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers.
2008 Detroit Lions, 0-16
The 2008-2009 Detroit lions (0-16)
As of the 2007 season, none. The worst regular season record in NFL history was 0-14 by the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
That would be the 1899 Cleveland Spiders (National League) whose record was 20-134.
Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers, each at 1-13.
2007-'08 New York Giants in Superbowl 42 as the NFC wild card had the worst regular season record as a winning Superbowl team while the 9-7 1979 Los Angeles Rams lost in Superbowl XIV after winning their first- and second-round playoff games.
Cleveland Spiders has the worst season record, having 20 wins and 134 losses
The Charlotte Bobcats going 7-58 in the 2012 NBA regular season, it is the worst record in the history of the NBA 7 win and 58 losses is a .12 winning percentage. It isn't that good.