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It's an easy call for the NFL's best team over the past 25 years: the San Francisco 49ers have the most Super Bowl wins and top the charts in winning percentage by a large margin over the Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos.

CUMULATIVE NFL STANDINGS, 1979-2003
Team Wins Losses Pct. Play-
offs
Super
Bowls
SB
wins
Most
wins
Most
losses
1. 49ers 254 137 .650 18 5 5 15 ('84) 14 ('79)
2. Dolphins 240 151 .614 15 2 0 14 ('84) 10 ('88)
3. Broncos 235 156 .601 13 5 2 14 ('98) 11 ('90)
4. Steelers 220 171 .563 13 2 1 13 ('01) 11 ('88)
5. Raiders 217 175 .554 11 3 2 12 (4 times) 12 ('97)
6. Cowboys 216 176 .551 15 3 3 13 ('92) 15 ('89)
7. Eagles 213 176 .548 13 1 0 12 (3 times) 13 ('98)
8. Redskins 214 177 .547 9 4 3 14 ('83, '91) 13 ('98)
9. Chiefs 209 181 .536 9 0 0 13 (3 times) 11 (2)
10. Vikings 210 182 .536 13 0 0 15 ('98) 13 ('84)
11. Packers 206 183 .530 10 2 1 13 ('96, '97) 12 ('93)
12. Giants 203 187 .521 10 3 2 14 ('86) 12 (3)
13. Bears 204 188 .520 10 1 1 15 ('85) 12 (3)
14. Bills 204 188 .520 12 4 0 13 ('90, '91) 14 (2)
15. Titans 204 188 .520 13 1 0 13 ('99, '00) 14 (2)
16. Jaguars 73 71 .507 4 0 0 14 ('99) 12 ('95)
17. Rams 196 196 .500 12 3 1 14 ('01) 13 ('91)
18. Ravens 63 64 .496 3 1 1 12 ('00) 12 ('96)
19. Patriots 194 198 .495 9 4 2 14 ('03) 15 ('90)
20. Seahawks 189 204 .481 6 0 0 12 ('84) 14 ('92)
21. Jets 180 210 .462 8 0 0 12 ('98) 15 ('96)
22. Saints 180 212 .459 5 0 0 12 ('87, '92) 15 ('80)
23. Browns 157 186 .458 9 0 0 12 ('86) 14 ('99)
24. Chargers 177 216 .450 7 1 0 12 ('79) 15 ('00)
25. Panthers 64 80 .444 2 1 0 12 ('96) 15 ('01)
26. Colts 163 228 .417 7 0 0 13 ('99) 15 ('91)
27. Lions 161 230 .412 8 0 0 12 ('91) 14 (2)
28. Falcons 160 230 .412 6 1 0 14 ('98) 13 (2)
29. Bucs 160 231 .409 8 1 1 12 ('02) 14 (3)
30. Bengals 157 235 .401 4 2 0 12 ('81, '88) 14 ('02)
31. Cardinals 144 246 .369 2 0 0 9 ('84, '98) 13 ('00)
32. Texans 9 23 .281 0 0 0 5 ('03) 12 ('02)

Notes
* Tennessee Titans were the Houston Oilers to 1996 and the Tennessee Oilers in 1997-98.
* St. Louis Rams moved from Los Angeles for the 1995 season.
* Baltimore Ravens moved from Cleveland in 1996, but the NFL considers the Ravens an expansion franchise.
* Cleveland Browns include Browns I (through 1995) and Browns II (since 1999).
* Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers began play in 1995.
* Arizona Cardinals moved from St. Louis for the 1988 season.
* Houston Texans began play in 2002.







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