Bucs of '76 can rest easy
#1 Dec 29, 2008
No way the Lions are the worst in NFL history. That honor remains with the '76-'77 Bucs. They lost 26 straight games no matter how you cut it and until the Lions lose the first 11 games next year they will not be the worst ever. Those of us who endured the first two miserable Buc years, also, know that team had zero talent with the exception of Lee Roy Selmon.
#2 Dec 29, 2008
Give the '76 Bucs a break. At least they were an expansion team. The Lions are one of the oldest, most respected teams in the NFL. What's THEIR excuse for a season like this?
#3 Dec 29, 2008
Enough -- If you want to discuss the worst team over a two-season period, then you can bring in the Bucs of 76-77. But that was not the discussion. And I was there, too, and know the team had more talent than Lee Roy although he clearly was the best talent.
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