Head coach: Tom Landry
To be fair, the Cowboys were supposed to be bad back in 1960. It was the inaugural season for the franchise, and they didn't actually enter the NFL until after the 1960 NFL Draft, which meant that their team was made up solely of players that they picked up in an expansion draft that featured a lot of second-team players from other NFL teams. They put up a fight at the beginning of the season, losing close contests to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles, but the lone bright spot in their season was a tie against the New York Giants. Fortunately, they never had another season quite as bad as this one.