The NFL team that holds the record for the longest losing streak are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In 1976, they lost every game they played that season. Their record is a 26 game losing streak.
The team to have the longest losing streak in NFL history is-The Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In 1976, 0-14; in 1977 they started off with a 12 straight losing streak, having the NFL's longest losing streak of 26 games. They did, however, manage to win two of their games at their season's end, ending their season with a record of 2-12.
The New York Yankees
new jersey nets
University of Colorado
St. Louis Rams. Current cold streak is 17 games.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers still hold the longest losing streak record in the NFL. They went 0-26 in 1976 and 1977, there first two seasons in the league. The did manage 2 wins at the end of the 1977 season.
Heading into the 2008 season Southern Methodist, Idaho and Minnesota share the nation's longest losing streak at 10 games.
The longest Division I Basketball road losing streak against one team now belongs to Clemson, which has lost 49 straight at North Carolina.
Ateneo de Manila High School Track and Field team of the Philippines holds the record of the longest consecutive winning streak, from 1979 to 1998
currently the Toronto maple leafs have the longest losing streak. They are 0 7 in 1 meaning the tied once and lost 7 games that is of October 25 and they may even have aq longer losing streak
Prairie View A&M (80)
New Jersey Nets,2009-2010 They started with, 0 win and 18 loss, record.
Pittsburgh pirates at 18 straight and counting
The New EnglandPatriots (as of 9/15/09) have won 12 straight against the Buffalo Bills. That is the longest losing streak currently The Buffalo Bills have beaten the Cincinnati Bengals 9 games straight. The Bengals have not beaten the Bills since 1989. That is the fourth longest streak as far as losses and the longest as far as time.
Oregon State, 1971-1998. 28 seasons
University of Puget Sound. 22 losses
The Phillies lost 23 games in a row in 1961.
The Detroit Lions, Followed by an unexpected team, the Dallas Cowboys.