The guys over at USA TODAY’s For the Win compiled there list of the most depressing NFL teams from 1-32.
Below are the top 10.
1. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
Eagles fans mistakenly believe they’re on the same level as current greats in New England, Green Bay and Denver and past champions such as the Redskins, Giants and 49ers. In fact, they are neither. They are ringless football fans who adore a movie about their city in which — how’s this for metaphorical? — their hero loses in the final fight. – CC
2. WASHINGTON REDSKINS
The likelihood of 30 more years of Dan Snyder would be enough to send Richard Simmons to therapy. – CC
3. CLEVELAND BROWNS
Cleveland is your garage band in high school, except instead of moving on and joining a fraternity in college, the Browns have stayed in high school for another 16 years and changed their drummer eight times. You’re never going to make it, Browns. It’s time to work at Guitar Center. – MF
4. OAKLAND RAIDERS
What do you want me to tell you, Raiders fans? Do you want me to lie? Do you want me to tell you it’s going to get better? Do you want me to tell you that isn’t a bowl cut on Mark Davis’ head? Oakland is a dumpster fire, and the problem with a dumpster fire is that even after you’ve put it out, you still have a charred dumpster. – MF
5. BUFFALO BILLS
The Bills actually have a really good team heading into 2015, which isn’t depressing at all. But the existence of a Bills fan is one of the most singularly depressing experiences a football fan can have. The Bills haven’t been to the playoffs since 1999, but this could very well be the year that changes. If it isn’t, well, can anyone really say they’re surprised? – MF
6. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Oh, you have four Super Bowls? What’s that, your quarterback is the greatest of all time? Cool, cheaters. You see, that’s the problem all these defensive Patriots fans have. They can’t even talk about their Pats love because they’ll immediately be shot down by Deflategate jokes and curiosity about whether Bill Belichick has set up a camera in the immediate area. – CC
7. CINCINNATI BENGALS
Initially, I’d planned to just type Andy Dalton’s name until I’d filled three lines. Actually, that’s still a good idea. Andy Dalton Andy Dalton Andy Dalton Andy Dalton Andy Dalton Andy Dalton. – MF
8. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
Two years ago, the Niners were one play from a Super Bowl victory with a top-notch coach on the sideline and a dynamic young superstar under center. The sky was the limit. Now the limit seems to be about 4-12.
At least Aldon Smith seems to have matured.– CC
9. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
The Bucs have tied their franchise to Jameis Winston.
I’m sure it’ll be fine. – MF
10. ST. LOUIS RAMS
Hey remember all those players you got from the Robert Griffin III trade that were supposed to turn your team around? Sorry about that. On the bright side, you won’t have to experience the annual disappointment of Sam Bradford’s season-ending injury. – CC