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List of last undefeated NFL teams by season

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The 1920 Akron Pros compiled an undefeated record in the NFL's inaugural season.
The 1920 Akron Pros compiled an undefeated record in the NFL's inaugural season.
Jim Kiick rushing the ball for Miami in Super Bowl VII. The win capped a perfect season for the 1972 team.
Jim Kiick rushing the ball for Miami in Super Bowl VII. The win capped a perfect season for the 1972 team.
After 40 years, President Obama honored the 1972 Dolphins at the White House in 2013.
After 40 years, President Obama honored the 1972 Dolphins at the White House in 2013.
Curly Lambeau was coach for the unbeaten 1929 Packers.
Curly Lambeau was coach for the unbeaten 1929 Packers.
The 2006 Colts, at the White House with President Bush, are the most recent team to be the last undefeated team remaining to win the Super Bowl.
The 2006 Colts, at the White House with President Bush, are the most recent team to be the last undefeated team remaining to win the Super Bowl.

This is a season-by-season breakdown of the last undefeated National Football League (NFL) team (or teams) in each league, including playoffs. This list indicates the teams who won the most games in a season before suffering their first loss.[1]

The last team in a new season to suffer a loss has won the Super Bowl twelve times. Before the Super Bowl era, the last undefeated team won fourteen Championship games, four of which were in the AFL. The last team with an unblemished record has made 25 Super Bowl and 26 Championship game appearances.

The Bears have been the last team undefeated 17 times (the last time was during the 2010 season), while the next team, the Rams, have been the last team beaten 12 times as of the 2018 season. The Giants hold the mark for beating the last undefeated team. They have accomplished this 11 times; the last time it happened was in 2010.

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Last undefeated team by season

When the teams are sorted, all the names of a franchise are grouped together:

  • Bears and Staleys
  • Steelers and Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Titans and Oilers
  • Chiefs and Dallas Texans
  • Jets and NY Titans
  • Redskins and Washington Football Team
Color key
Perfect season
Undefeated season
Perfect regular season, lost in the post-season
Subsequently won championship/Super Bowl
Playoff Abbreviation
DNQ Did not qualify

Updated as of the 2020–21 NFL playoffs

Year Team Record First Loss Final Record
including Playoffs
Playoff Result
2020  Steelers 11–0 17–23 vs. Washington Football Team 12–5 Lost Wild Card
2019 49ers 8–0 24–27 vs. Seahawks 15–4 Lost Super Bowl
Patriots 20–37 @ Ravens 12–5 Lost Wild Card
2018 Rams 8–0 35–45 @ Saints 15–4 Lost Super Bowl
2017 Chiefs 5–0 13–19 @ Steelers 10–7 Lost Wild Card
2016 Vikings 5–0 10–21 @ Eagles 8–8 DNQ
2015 Panthers 14–0 13–20 @ Falcons 017–20 Lost Super Bowl
2014 Eagles 3–0 21–26 @ 49ers 10–6 DNQ
Bengals 17–43 @ Patriots 10–6–1 Lost Wild Card
Cardinals 20–41 @ Broncos 11–6 Lost Wild Card
2013 Chiefs 9–0 17–27 @ Broncos 11–6 Lost Wild Card
2012 Falcons 8–0 27–31 @ Saints 14–4 Lost Conference
2011 Packers 13–0 14–19 @ Chiefs 15–2 Lost Divisional
2010 Bears 3–0 3–17 @ Giants 12–6 Lost Conference
Steelers 14–17 vs. Ravens 14–5 Lost Super Bowl
Chiefs 9–19 @ Colts 10–7 Lost Wild Card
2009 Colts 14–0 15–29 vs. Jets 16–3 Lost Super Bowl
2008 Titans 10–0 13–34 vs. Jets 13–4 Lost Divisional
2007 Patriots 18–0 14–17 vs. Giants 18–1 Lost Super Bowl
2006 Colts 9–0 14–21 @ Cowboys 16–4 Won Super Bowl
2005 Colts 13–0 17–26 vs. Chargers 14–3 Lost Divisional
2004 Eagles 7–0 3–27 @ Steelers 15–4 Lost Super Bowl
2003 Chiefs 9–0 19–24 @ Bengals 13–4 Lost Divisional
2002 Raiders 4–0 13–28 @ Rams 13–6 Lost Super Bowl
Chargers 9–26 @ Broncos 8–8 DNQ
2001 Rams 6–0 31–34 vs. Saints 16–3 Lost Super Bowl
2000 Vikings 7–0 13–41 @ Buccaneers 12–6 Lost Conference
1999 Rams 6–0 21–24 @ Titans 16–3 Won Super Bowl
1998 Broncos 13–0 16–20 @ Giants 17–2 Won Super Bowl
1997 Broncos 6–0 25–28 @ Raiders 16–4 Won Super Bowl
1996 Vikings 4–0 10–15 @ Giants 9–8 Lost Wild Card
Colts 13–16 @ Bills 9–8 Lost Wild Card
Chiefs 19–22 @ Chargers 9–7 DNQ
1995 Rams 4–0 18–21 @ Colts 7–9 DNQ
Cowboys 23–27 @ Redskins 15–4 Won Super Bowl
Dolphins 24–27 vs. Colts 9–8 Lost Wild Card
1994 Chargers 6–0 15–20 vs. Broncos 13–6 Lost Super Bowl
1993 Saints 5–0 14–37 @ Steelers 8–8 DNQ
1992 Dolphins 6–0 20–31 vs. Colts 12–6 Lost Conference
1991 Redskins 11–0 21–24 vs. Cowboys 17–2 Won Super Bowl
1990 49ers 10–0 17–28 vs. Rams 15–3 Lost Conference
Giants 13–31 @ Eagles 16–3 Won Super Bowl
1989 Rams 5–0 20–23 @ Bills 13–6 Lost Conference
1988 Bengals 6–0 21–27 @ Patriots 14–5 Lost Super Bowl
1987 Bears 4–0 17–19 vs. Saints 11–5 Lost Divisional
1986 Bears 6–0 7–23 @ Vikings 14–3 Lost Divisional
Broncos 10–22 @ Jets 13–6 Lost Super Bowl
1985 Bears 12–0 24–38 @ Dolphins 18–1 Won Super Bowl
1984 Dolphins 11–0 28–34 @ Chargers 16–3 Lost Super Bowl
1983 Cowboys 7–0 38–40 vs. Raiders 12–5 Lost Wild Card
1982 Redskins 4–0 10–24 vs. Cowboys 12–1 Won Super Bowl
1981 Eagles 6–0 23–35 @ Vikings 10–7 Lost Wild Card
1980 Bills 5–0 12–17 vs. Colts 11–6 Lost Divisional
1979 Buccaneers 5–0 14–17 @ Giants 11–7 Lost Conference
1978 Rams 7–0 3–10 vs. Saints 13–5 Lost Conference
Steelers 17–24 vs. Oilers 17–2 Won Super Bowl
1977 Cowboys 8–0 17–24 vs. Cardinals 15–2 Won Super Bowl
1976 Vikings 6–0–1 13–14 @ Bears 13–3–1 Lost Super Bowl
1975 Vikings 10–0 30–31 @ Redskins 12–3 Lost Divisional
1974 Cardinals 7–0 14–17 @ Cowboys 10–5 Lost Divisional
1973 Vikings 9–0 14–20 @ Falcons 14–3 Lost Super Bowl
1972 Dolphins 17–0 Undefeated 17–0 Won Super Bowl
1971 Redskins 5–0 20–27 @ Chiefs 9–5–1 Lost Divisional
1970 Rams 3–0 6–20 vs. 49ers 9–4–1 DNQ
Broncos 23–35 @ Raiders 5–8–1 DNQ
Lions 10–31 @ Redskins 10–5 Lost Divisional
1969 Raiders (AFL) 6–0–1 17–31 @ Bengals 13–2–1 Lost Conference
1969 Rams 11–0 13–20 vs. Vikings 11–4 Lost Divisional
1968 Raiders (AFL) 4–0 14–23 vs. Chargers 13–3 Lost Conference
1968 Cowboys 6–0 17–28 vs. Packers 12–3 Lost Divisional
Rams 10–27 @ Colts 10–3–1 DNQ
1967 Chargers (AFL) 5–0–1 10–51 @ Raiders 8–5–1 DNQ
1967 Colts 11–0–2 10–34 @ Rams 11–1–2 DNQ
1966 Jets (AFL) 4–0–1 0–24 @ Oilers 6–6–2 DNQ
1966 Cardinals 5–0–1 20–26 @ Redskins 8–5–1 DNQ
1965 Chargers (AFL) 5–0–2 6–22 vs. Patriots 9–3–3 Lost Championship
1965 Packers 6–0 10–31 @ Bears 12–3–1 Won Championship
1964 Bills (AFL) 9–0 28–36 vs. Patriots 13–2 Won Championship
1964 Cardinals 3–0–1 27–47 @ Colts 9–3–2 DNQ
Browns 7–23 vs. Steelers 11–3–1 Won Championship
1963 Chargers (AFL) 3–0 34–50 @ Broncos 12–3 Won Championship
1963 Browns 6–0 6–33 vs. Giants 10–4 DNQ
1962 Chiefs Dallas Texans (AFL) 3–0 28–32 @ Chargers 12–3 Won Championship
1962 Packers 10–0 14–26 @ Lions 14–1 Won Championship
1961 Chargers (AFL) 11–0 13–33 @ Oilers 12–3 Lost Championship
1961 Cowboys 2–0 7–25 @ Browns 4–9–1 DNQ
Eagles 27–30 vs. Cardinals 10–4 DNQ
Lions 0–49 vs. 49ers 8–5–1 DNQ
1960 Broncos (AFL) 2–0 24–28 @ NY Titans 4–9–1 DNQ
Titans Oilers (AFL) 13–14 vs. Raiders 11–4 Won Championship
1960 Giants 3–0–1 13–20 vs. Cardinals 6–4–2 DNQ
1959 Packers 3–0 6–45 vs. Rams 7–5 DNQ
1958 Colts 6–0 21–24 @ Giants 10–3 Won Championship
1957 Colts 3–0 27–31 @ Lions 7–5 DNQ
Browns 7–17 @ Eagles 9–3–1 Lost Championship
1956 Lions 6–0 17–18 @ Redskins 9–3 DNQ
1955 Colts 3–0 10–38 @ Bears 5–6–1 DNQ
Rams 28–30 @ Packers 8–4–1 Lost Championship
1954 49ers 4–0–1 27–31 vs. Bears 7–4–1 DNQ
1953 Browns 11–0 27–42 @ Eagles 11–2 Lost Championship
1952 49ers 5–0 17–20 vs. Bears 7–5 DNQ
1951 Giants 3–0–1 13–14 @ Browns 9–2–1 DNQ
1950 Giants 3–0 6–17 vs. Steelers 10–3 DNQ
1949 Rams 6–0 14–38 @ Eagles 8–3–2 Lost Championship
1948 Bears 4–0 7–12 @ Eagles 10–2 DNQ
1947 Cardinals 3–0 7–27 @ Rams 10–3 Won Championship
1946 Redskins 3–0–1 24–28 vs. Eagles 5–5–1 DNQ
Bears 0–14 @ Giants 9–2–1 Won Championship
1945 Rams 4–0 14–28 vs. Eagles 10–1 Won Championship
1944 Eagles 5–0–2 7–28 vs. Bears 7–1–2 DNQ
1943 Bears 7–0–1 7–21 @ Redskins 9–1–1 Won Championship
1942 Bears 11–0 6–14 @ Redskins 11–1 Lost Championship
1941 Giants 5–0 13–16 @ Dodgers 8–4 Lost Championship
Bears 14–16 vs. Packers 12–1 Won Championship
1940 Redskins 7–0 14–16 @ Dodgers 9–3 Lost Championship
1939 Giants 5–0–1 14–18 @ Lions 9–2–1 Lost Championship
1938 Redskins 2–0–1 7–10 vs. Giants 6–3–2 DNQ
Bears 3–0 7–14 @ Rams 6–5 DNQ
1937 Bears 5–0–1 14–24 vs. Packers 9–2–1 Lost Championship
1936 Bears 6–0 14–24 vs. Packers 9–3 DNQ
1935 Cardinals 2–0–1 13–17 @ Pirates 6–4–2 DNQ
1934 Bears 13–0 13–30 @ Giants 13–1 Lost Championship
1933 Bears 6–0 0–10 @ Redskins 11–2–1 Won Championship
1932 Packers 8–0–1 0–6 @ Giants 10–3–1 zone 2 2nd place
1931 Packers 9–0 13–21 @ Cardinals 12–2 z] Named champ
1930 Packers 8–0 6–13 @ Cardinals 10–3–1 z] Named champ
1929 Packers 12–0–1 Undefeated, 1 tie 12–0–1 z] Named champ
1928 Yellow Jackets 3–0 0–13 vs. Yankees 11–3–2 zone 2 2nd place
Wolverines 7–25 @ Yellow Jackets 7–2–1 zone 3 3rd place
Bears 2–0–1 6–16 vs. Packers 7–5–1 zone 5 5th place
1927 Bears 5–0–1 6–26 @ Yankees 9–3–2 zone 3 3rd place
1926 Bears 11–0–2 6–7 @ Yellow Jackets 12–1–3 zone 2 2nd place
1925 Detroit Panthers 6–0–2 0–14 @ Bears 8–2–2 zone 3 3rd place
1924 Cleveland Bulldogs 5–0–1 7–12 vs. Yellow Jackets 7–1–1 z] Named champ
1923 Canton Bulldogs 11–0–1 Undefeated, 1 tie 11–0–1 z] Named champ
1922 Canton Bulldogs 10–0–2 Undefeated, 2 ties 10–0–2 z] Named champ
1921 Buffalo All-Americans 9–0–2 7–10 @ Staleys 9–1–2 zone 2 The Staley Swindle *

2nd place

1920 Akron Pros 8–0–3 Undefeated, 3 ties 8–0–3 z] Named champ
Year Team Record First Loss Final Record
including Playoffs
Playoff Result

^† Note 1: The NFL did not have playoff games until the 1933 season.
^* Note 2: Buffalo and Chicago both had 9–1 records (ties not counted in standings then). Chicago was awarded the championship when the league instituted a new tiebreaker rule at the end of the season.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Last Undefeated Team". pro football reference.com. Retrieved 1 October 2016.
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