The host team has won 58.8% of the games his decade, so it's clear that home field advantage is a significant factor in the NFL—except in the case of the Jets. With its 21-20 loss to the Eagles last Saturday, New York suffered its 11th straight home defeat, dating back to Oct. 22, 1995. That matched the fourth-longest such streak in league history. "I never thought it would be possible to lose 10 in a row at home," says Jaguars defensive end Jeff Lageman, who was a Jet from 1989 through '94. "Especially in New York, with the weather and the wind and the fans being so tough. That's a tough place for a road team." Here are the longest home losing streaks in NFL history.