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Ness 07-11-2013 05:56 AM

NFL Network Top 10 Collapses
 
10. 2008 Dallas Cowboys
9. 2000 New York Jets
8. 2008 New York Jets
7. 1986 Los Angeles Raiders
6. 1978 Washington Redskins
5. 1987 San Diego Chargers
4. 2003 Minnesota Vikings
3. 2009 Denver Broncos
2. 1994 Philadelphia Eagles
1. 1993 Miami Dolphins

Best of the Rest: 2009 New York Giants, 2010 New York Giants, 1995 Cleveland Browns, 1996 Houston Oilers, 1994 Los Angeles Rams, 1995 St. Louis Rams, 1995 Oakland Raiders, 1998 Pittsburgh Steelers, 2002 San Diego Chargers, 1999 New England Patriots

Discuss. Obviously no one is going to remember a lot of these teams and there is a lot of context to each season. Might want to view the video below for help with that.



The one that sticks out to me the most was the 2003 Vikings. I still can't believe they started 6-0 I believe it was, and finished the season 8-8, losing to the Arizona Cardinals on a long-ball Nathan Poole touchdown.

Brent 07-11-2013 09:42 AM

2008 Cowboys. That was so much fun, living in Texas and friends with so many Cowboys fans.

Paul 07-11-2013 09:59 AM

Oh god. The last game at Texas Stadium was painful

7DnBrnc53 07-11-2013 10:30 AM

Since their loss against the Eagles in Week 13 of the 1986 season, the Raiders have only been to the playoffs six times. Six times in 26 years! Take away the early-90's and early-00's, and they would have nothing since then.

mightytitan9 07-11-2013 12:41 PM

That 2003 Vikings was crazy, I thought they were so good heading into the season and throughout the first part of the season. Didn't think that offense could be stopped.

Just a crazy season for them with a crazy ending

TimD 07-11-2013 02:10 PM

Ugh, the 2008 Jets.

I still don't understand why Favre played through that injury. He should have sat a couple weeks, let Clemens play, and then come back healthy


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