On one autumn Sunday afternoon in 1990, Derrick Thomas made life absolutely miserable for [Seahawks](/teams/seattleseahawks/profile?team=SEA) quarterback Dave Krieg.
Otto Graham led the [Browns](/teams/clevelandbrowns/profile?team=CLE) to titles in every season of the AAFC (1946-1949), then continued that success when Cleveland joined the NFL.
What the [Patriots](/teams/newenglandpatriots/profile?team=NE) failed to finish off in 2007, the [Dolphins](/teams/miamidolphins/profile?team=MIA) accomplished 35 years earlier with an unblemished 17-0 campaign.
From their expansion season of 1960 through 1988, Tom Landry coached the [Cowboys](/teams/dallascowboys/profile?team=DAL), leading the team to five [Super Bowl](http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/47)s, including two titles.
The road is a tough place to win games in the NFL, but the [49ers](/teams/sanfrancisco49ers/profile?team=SF) had a road winning streak that spanned two decades.
While it took decades for many of his receiving records to fall, there's one mark Don Hutson may hold on to for a long time.
After going 0-14 in their debut season of 1976, the [Buccaneers](/teams/tampabaybuccaneers/profile?team=TB) proceeded to lose their first 12 games of the 1977 season.
What started in 1992 when Brett Favre replaced an injured Don Majkowski came to a conclusion when the [Packers](/teams/greenbaypackers/profile?team=GB) quarterback retired in 2008.
Ranking right up their with Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak is Johnny Unitas' run of 47 consecutive games with at least one TD pass.
Don Shula coached in the NFL for 33 years, amassing 328 regular-season wins, plus 19 playoff victories, gives the coach a career mark of 347 wins.