By JERRY TAPP
With 113 wins since 2010, the New England Patriots could go 0-16 this season and still end up with the most wins of any NFL team in the 2010s. The Pittsburgh Steelers are currently second on the list for most wins since 2010 with 94, so passing the Pats this season will not happen — The Patriots will be the NFL’s winningest team (and the winningest team in the AFC) of the 2010s when the 2019 NFL season concludes.
Over in the NFC, however, there are three teams (maybe four) that could still claim the best record in the conference for this decade. The Green Bay Packers are 89-53-2 (.625 winning percentage) this decade to hold first place with the Seattle Seahawks just percentage points behind at .622 and a record of 89-54-1. The New Orleans Saints are just a few games behind in third place for NFC teams with an 87-57 record (.604).
Who will be the worst NFL team of the 2010s?
It looks like the Cleveland Browns have that title wrapped up barring a total collapse of the Jacksonville Jags and a great season for the Browns. The Jags have an 8 ½-game lead over Cleveland for the 31st spot on the list.
Here are the records of each NFL team this decade (2010-18).
New England 113-31
Kansas City 84-60
San Diego/L.A. Chargers 72-72
New York Jets 61-83
Green Bay 89-53-2
New Orleans 87-57
San Francisco 67-76-1
New York Giants 66-78
St. Louis/L.A. Rams 64-79-1
Tampa Bay 52-92
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