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  • Doobage
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    Originally posted by Tad218 View Post
    1998 Minnesota Vikings > *
    Don't you have to actually win a superbowl or at least make it to the superbowl to be considered as one of the "The top 80 All Time Superbowl Teams"?

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  • Classic
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    haha nice my skins made the top 10.

    but the dolphins, when they had that undefeated season should have been number one.

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  • se7en
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    monk thats a hot ass bitch in ur avy

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  • ALLWORLD
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    1986 New York Giants should of been #1... Soon there will be another Giants team in the top 10!!!

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  • Tad
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    1998 Minnesota Vikings > *

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  • Fitz
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    Only reason people don't like the Pats is because they dont have star-studded names on their roster. The 2004 Pats team was dominant, the only reason they lost that Steeler game was because they lost so many starters in the first quarter in that game, especially Dillon and Law which fucked shit up.....

    But then again, that's why we beat the living shit out of them in the AFC Championship game

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  • Fitz
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    The Patriots grabbed opportunity by the throat and didn't let go until pundits had crowned them as a dynasty. New England took advantage of Adam Vinatieri's clutch field goals, the tuck rule and postseason touchdowns by its special teams and defense en route to its first Super Bowl victory. But the Patriots had poor rankings in offensive and defensive yardage (outgained overall). Credit Tom Brady and Troy Brown for having terrific seasons, but a legitimate argument can be made that the Patriots were inferior to all three of their postseason opponents. That's why New England was a 14-point underdog to the Rams.

    Wait … here are the 2001 Rams, this far ahead of the team that beat them in the Super Bowl? Exactly. We're saying the Rams were better – by a wide margin – but were surprised by an opportunistic (code name for "lucky") New England squad. St. Louis ranked No. 1 in the NFL in points scored (despite committing the most turnovers in the league) and offensive yardage and third in the league in yards allowed – 21 spots ahead of the Pats. More evidence? The Rams outgained their opponents by an astonishing 2,219 yards while New England was outgained overall. Marshall Faulk topped 2,000 yards from scrimmage, and Kurt Warner passed for the second-most yards in NFL history. The Rams' losses were by just seven and three points. Blame Mike Martz for the Super Bowl loss. Or Lady Luck.

    Fuck u This is the gayest shit ever..... The Patriots beat the shit out of the Rams that Superbowl, they were punishing the fuck out of their recievers and creating turnovers..... They weren't "lucky" or "opportunistic".... it was 17-3 if people remember, and the Pats actually scored a touchdown too but it was called back, which would have made it 24-3 with like 5 minutes left or so in the end........ The Pats absolutely shit on the Rams, but the Rams had it called back cuz McGinest held Faulk and then they scored the next play... BEFORE the game I thought the Pats would lose, but after watching how physical our D was, I knew we'd win it....
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  • Fitz
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    Critics have been reluctant to call this Pats team an all-time great champ. It has been maligned for its lack of star power and questioned for not crushing opponents on a regular basis. But there is no denying its accomplishments. The Pats won 31 of 33 games at one point. The stats are strong on both sides of the ball, the two losses were on the road to 15-1 Pittsburgh and by one point to Miami, and they were 9-1 against .500 or better teams. But most impressive is a great playoff run: 20-3 over a 12-4 Colts team that had scored 522 points; 41-27 over those one-loss Steelers; and 24-21 over a 13-3 Eagles team (and Philly scored late to make it close). Tom Brady is more than a "clutch" QB: he's a great QB (28 TD, 14 INT). Throw in a dash of Belichick, and this underrated team jumps into our top 10.


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    it's nice to see the 1996 Packers get the recognition they deserve... shoulda been number 1 but i can live with 6... ahead of all the NE super bowls (rofls) and everything.... that team really is one of the best in the history of the NFL....

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  • Dark5859
    started a topic The top 80 All Time Superbowl Teams

    The top 80 All Time Superbowl Teams

    http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...rankings/80-61

    I spent 45 minutes reading the whole thing, and looking stuff up on google about teams in here. It's one of the most interesting articles I've read in a while.

    Steelers #3 all time, pretty good. I didn't agre with the 04 Pats in the top 10. They were MAYBE top 20, no where near top 10. And the 01 Rams so far ahead of the team they lost to? No way in hell that makes sense.

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