By JERRY TAPP
With an 0-8 record this season, the Cleveland Browns have assured themselves of another season where they did not have a winning season (above .500 winning percentage). The last year the Browns had a winning season was in 2007 when they went 10-6.
Surprisingly, the Browns don’t have the longest drought when it comes to winning seasons. The Los Angeles Rams have not had a winning season since 2003. They do, however, look like they might right the ship this season; the Rams are currently 6-2 and look like a legitimate force in the NFC.
Here’s a look at the last season each of the 32 NFL teams had a winning season (above .500 winning percentage):
2016: Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Green Bay, Houston, Kansas City, Miami, New England, New York Giants, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Tampa Bay, Tennessee, Washington
2015: Arizona, Carolina, Cincinnati, Minnesota, New York Jets
2014: Baltimore, Buffalo, Indianapolis, L.A. Chargers, Philadelphia
2013: New Orleans, San Francisco
2007: Cleveland, Jacksonville
2003: L.A. Rams