We have now crossed 49 states off the list, leaving us with only one.
I reveal to you the worst sports state in America: Washington.
With having as many sports teams as there are in Washington, you would never think it would get this low, but it has.
The terrible teams are easy to name, and their plights are borderline historic. Let us count the ways...
It's difficult to imagine anyone being worse than the Mariners. Since 2004, the Mariners have averaged 71 wins per season, finishing last in their division six times over those eight years. They've lost 101 games twice in that span.
This season, the Mariners are again in last place, on pace for 77 wins. The team even traded away the franchise's most famous player, Ichiro, to the Yankees.
Looking at the Seahawks, the team has gone 23-41 since 2008, averaging less than six wins during that span. The team has not had a winning season since 2007.
The optimistic Washingtonian might say that the Seahawks won a divisional title in 2010 and then a playoff game.
All I can say about that is this: NFC West, 7-9 record and even Tim Tebow has won a playoff game.
It's not that much better looking at the collegiate side.
The Washington Huskies football program has lost six or more games every year going back to 2002, including the dreaded 0-12 season of 2008.
The team has made a couple brief appearances in the AP Top 25, getting as high as No. 22 in 2011, but the program has not come close to replicating its Rose Bowl win in the 2000 season.
It's even worse for Washington State. The Cougars have gone 14-47 since the start of the 2007 season and are now working on their third head coach during that span.
The Huskies basketball program has seen a resurgence under head coach Lorenzo Romar, but Romar has yet to lead the team to a regional-finals appearance.
The last time the Huskies were in the AP Top 10 was the 2005-06 season. Missing the NCAA tournament last season further exacerbated the frustration of fans.
Topping it all off was the city of Seattle's losing the beloved SuperSonics to Oklahoma City in 2008. Watching the Thunder go all the way to the NBA Finals with a young, super-talented core group of players must have made Seattle fans go nuts.
That makes Washington the worst sports state in America.