Head coach: Ron Meyer/Rick Venturi
Despite the fact that the Colts had six-time Pro Bowl running back Eric Dickerson in their backfield in 1991, they couldn't manufacture any offense. They put up just 143 points that year, the lowest point total of any NFL team in a 16-game season up until that point. Things actually got so bad that Dickerson more or less told fans to stop coming to games. "I wouldn't come out and watch a game," he said. "No way I'd pay to see someone play the way we are." Fortunately, the Colts squeaked out a one-point win against the New York Jets in Week 11. Otherwise, they very well could have finished 0-16 and gone down as the worst NFL team ever.