The NFL is the NFL and it’s hard to find a franchise that doesn’t suck.
This article will help you identify the worst NFL franchises of all time, and tell you how you can avoid becoming one.
You can learn all about how the NFL operates from the owners to the players to the media to the officials.
This isn’t an exhaustive list, just the best of the best.
If you’re looking for the NFL’s best franchises, this is the article for you.
So let’s get started.1.
Oakland Raiders The Raiders started out as a team that made its name in the 1990s as the New York Jets of the AFL, but they’re now in a much different league, the NFL.
The Raiders have gone from the team that didn’t exist in 1996 to the team with the most playoff appearances in the history of the league.
They’ve won a Super Bowl twice, they’ve won three consecutive division titles and they’ve had the best quarterback in NFL history, Derek Carr.
They’re still in the Super Bowl, but not the Superbowl they used to be in.
The franchise is owned by the Las Vegas Raiders and the Raiders are the most profitable franchise in the league right now.2.
Buffalo Bills The Bills are the second-worst franchise in NFL franchise history behind the New England Patriots.
In the early 1990s, the Bills were a very successful team that had some very good players.
Their first pick in the NFL Draft, Sammy Baugh, was a star at safety for the Baltimore Ravens.
But the Bills had a lot of problems in the early part of the decade.
The team was a disaster for a number of years, finishing dead last in the AFC East for a decade.
After winning two Super Bowls in the late 1990s and 2000s, they had a very different roster in 2006.
They were able to get some great free agents in free agency, like quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, but that was about it.
In fact, the team had only one player on the roster that was a Pro Bowl caliber quarterback in Fitzpatrick in the last two years of his career.
In a weird twist, they drafted a quarterback in the first round (Jake Locker) who was able to take a step forward.3.
Cleveland BrownsThe Browns have a lot going for them in the short-term.
The Browns are a franchise with a strong foundation and are one of the youngest franchises in the NBA.
They have the longest active winning streak in the modern era, the fourth-longest active winning drought in the National Football League and the third-longstiring winning streak (since 1950) in the American League.
The Cleveland Browns are also one of only a handful of teams that has a winning record in every season since 1980, and that includes two seasons with a winning season.
They are a perennial playoff team and were a part of three Super Bowl appearances (1996, 2003 and 2007).
The Browns also have the third oldest roster in the NFC.4.
Green Bay PackersThe Packers were one of three teams to make the Super Cup in the 1970s and were one the only teams to have a winning NFL record over the course of the 1970’s and 1980s.
In addition, the Packers were also one the teams that had a winning coach in Mike Holmgren, who was named the league’s Coach of the Year in 1984 and won five consecutive playoff berths from 1986 to 1989.
The Packers were in the playoffs the last four years of Holmgre’s career and in both of those seasons the Packers went to the Super-Bowl.
However, the franchise fell apart in the 1980s and has had very few success since then.5.
New Orleans SaintsThe Saints are the oldest team in the division and have had two losing seasons since the merger in 2010.
However the franchise has never been in the bottom three or bottom 10 in the past 10 years, which is very impressive considering the franchise was founded in 1962.
The Saints are one team that is still winning, and it has a lot to do with the Saints’ owner, Tom Benson.
Benson had a long career with the NFL, and the franchise went through several owners before he was able in 2004 to buy the franchise.
Benson is also the owner of the Saints, and he is the one who owns the team.
The first two seasons of the Benson/Saints era had a few bumps in the road.
However this has all changed in the new year.
The current owners are the Saints themselves and the new owners have invested heavily in the team to make it a contender for the future.
The new owners are also very active in the community.
The fans are getting more engaged, and they are giving the team the kind of support that will keep it in the playoff picture.6.
Washington RedskinsThe Redskins were one out of three franchises that never made the playoffs during the franchise’s first 20 years.
But they’ve made a lot more history since then,