Record: 1-15
Head coach: Mike Riley

The Chargers were bad—real, real, real, real, reeeeeeal bad—when it came to gaining rushing yards (and they were forced to rush a lot since Ryan Leaf was their quarterback at the time). They ended the 2000 NFL season with just 1,062 yards on the ground, making them the least successful rushing team of all time. They actually lost a handful of games by three points or less—including three games by one point and two games by two points—but, unfortunately, a loss is a loss regardless of how many points you lose by. And the Chargers ended the season with 15 losses. The only good thing about that was that it allowed them to draft LaDainian Tomlinson the following spring.