Not the three-peat Arizona had in mind

Sixty-three teams have played three games in a row at home over the last 10 NFL seasons.

Fifty-nine of them won at least one of the three games. That's 93.7 percent.

The Arizona Cardinals need a victory against Denver on Sunday to avoid joining the four teams since 2001 to lose all three games of a three-game home stand. They lost at home to San Francisco in Week 12 and at home to St. Louis in Week 13.

The Rams and Kansas City Chiefs lost three in a row, all at home, last season. The 2008 Detroit Lions and 2001 Carolina Panthers were the only other teams since 2001 to suffer such a run.

The Atlanta Falcons played three in a row at home this season, winning all three. The Detroit Lions need a victory over Green Bay in Week 14 to avoid losing all three during their current three-game home stand. Tennessee, Minnesota, Pittsburgh and San Diego are also playing or about to play three in a row at home.

Thanks to Mark Simon of ESPN Stats & Information for tracking down the information through Elias Sports Bureau.