Head coach: Algy Clark
The Reds couldn't score. Through eight games in the 1934 NFL season, they tallied just one touchdown and one field goal. They also had a very porous defense, which gave up 6.4 rushing yards per attempt. It made them the worst run defense in the history of the NFL, a distinction that they still hold. Oh, and get this: Things started to get so bad for the Reds that they actually threw in the white towel and folded as a franchise with three games left in the season. What a terrible way to go out.