From 1933 through 2011, the Steelers have had 38 winning seasons.
Denny McClain Detroit Tigers 1968 31 wins
The Dallas Cowboys from 1966 to 1985 (20 seasons) hold the record for most consecutive winning seasons.
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 Cleveland Browns have had a rough existence as a franchise. As the team opens their 2014-15 season, they have had 37 winning seasons in their 66 year history.
15 in 2001
109 Seasons 9,575 - 7,294 .568 Winnng percentageWith a winning season being defined as playing over .500 baseball (more wins than losses) The New York Yankees had 88 winning seasons out of 109 total seasons from 1901 when the franchise began as the Baltimore Orioles.
25 winning seasons.
Atlanta Falcons with a winning score of 6 - 0 Atlanta Falcons with a winning score of 6 - 0
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the same team with 26 worls series titles . YAnkees! Yankees! Yankees! The Yankees just guaranteed (with their most recent win), a winning season for 2010. This ties the record for 2nd most consecutive winning seasons. The most consecutive winning seasons in MLB history: 1st - The New York Yankees: 1926 to 1964 (39 consecutive winning seasons) 2nd (tie) - Baltimore Orioles from 1968 to 1985 (18 consecutive winning seasons) - New York Yankees from 1993 to 2010 (18 consecutive winning seasons - streak still intact)
As of the '09-'10 season, 9 in total.only 11 winning season in the saints history. in o8 they were 7-9only 11 winning season in the saints history. in o8 they were 7-9