Head coach: Steve Spagnuolo
Between 2007 and 2009, the Rams won just six games. It was the worst record for an NFL team over a three-year period in more than sixty years (the Chicago Cardinals won just one game between 1943 and 1945, mostly because of the effect that World War II had on the team). And 2009 was definitely the worst year of all for St. Louis. The Rams scored just 175 points during the 2009 NFL season—or just over 10 points per game—making them the sixth lowest-scoring team ever in a 16-game season. And had they not managed to knock off the hapless Detroit Lions in Week 8, they likely would have finished 0-16 and landed much, much higher on this list.