Sunday’s loss at Cleveland didn’t just put the Washington Football Team under .500 for the season, the franchise now has more all-time losses than wins for the first time since 1975.
They are one of just nine organizations with three or more Super Bowl titles, but Washington’s overall record now sits at 604-605-28 (over 89 seasons since the team’s inception in 1932). They have mostly struggled since the turn of the century, going 133-189-1 since the 2000 season (a .411 win percentage), leading to this past Sunday’s drop below .500.
Ironically, the Browns shot past the .500 mark in a season for the first time since 2014 with their Week 3 win over Washington, who will now have to go through Baltimore to even their all-time record. Their record against the Ravens in six regular season meetings since 1997? Yup, you guessed it... 3-3 (.500)!