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The 28 worst NFL teams in the Super Bowl era

Sports Media Group Logo By Barry Werner of Sports Media Group | Slide 1 of 27: The New York Giants started the season with a tie against the Pittsburgh Steelers, 34-34, and it went downhill. The only victory came, 13-10, when the Giants downed the Redskins after falling behind 10-0. Earl Morrall found Aaron Thomas for a 29-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter.  The Giants were outscored by 17 ppg. They allowed opponents 1,000 more yards in offense while running three more plays. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

1966 New York Giants

The New York Giants started the season with a tie against the Pittsburgh Steelers, 34-34, and it went downhill. The only victory came, 13-10, when the Giants downed the Redskins after falling behind 10-0. Earl Morrall found Aaron Thomas for a 29-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter. The Giants were outscored by 17 ppg. They allowed opponents 1,000 more yards in offense while running three more plays. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
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