1988 Houston Oilers
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Season Overview

10-6 Lost Divisional
Record Outcome

1988 Houston Oilers

What was the record of the 1988 Houston Oilers?

The Houston Oilers finished the regular season with a 10-6 record. They went 7-1 at home and 3-5 on the road. Including the playoffs, the Houston Oilers went 11-7. Their final game was a loss in the Divisional Round to the Buffalo Bills.

Did the 1988 Houston Oilers make the Playoffs?

Yes, the Houston Oilers made the Playoffs in 1988. They won their first game against the Cleveland Browns in the Wild Card Round. They eventually lost against the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional Round.

What was the point differential for the 1988 Houston Oilers?

The Houston Oilers finished the regular season with a point differential of +59. Based on their point differential and their pythagorean expectation, the Oilers could have been expected to have about 9.4 wins.

How did the 1988 Houston Oilers perform in one-score games?

In close, one-score games, the 1988 Houston Oilers went 5-3. In games decided by a field goal or less, the Oilers went 3-2.

How did the 1988 Houston Oilers perform in overtime games?

During the regular season, the 1988 Houston Oilers went 1-0 in overtime games.

1988 Houston Oilers Schedule

= Playoff Team
Week Date Opponent Score
1 Sun, Sep 4 @ Colts W 17 - 14 OT
2 Sun, Sep 11 vs Raiders W 38 - 35
3 Sun, Sep 18 @ Jets L 3 - 45
4 Sun, Sep 25 vs Patriots W 31 - 6
5 Sun, Oct 2 @ Eagles L 23 - 32
6 Sun, Oct 9 vs Chiefs W 7 - 6
7 Sun, Oct 16 @ Steelers W 34 - 14
8 Sun, Oct 23 @ Bengals L 21 - 44
9 Sun, Oct 30 vs Redskins W 41 - 17
10 Mon, Nov 7 vs Browns W 24 - 17
11 Sun, Nov 13 @ Seahawks L 24 - 27
12 Sun, Nov 20 vs Cardinals W 38 - 20
13 Thu, Nov 24 @ Cowboys W 25 - 17
14 Sun, Dec 4 vs Steelers L 34 - 37
15 Sun, Dec 11 vs Bengals W 41 - 6
16 Sun, Dec 18 @ Browns L 23 - 28
Playoffs
Wild Card Sat, Dec 24 @ Browns W 24 - 23
Divisional Sun, Jan 1, 1989 @ Bills L 10 - 17

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