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Old 12-16-2009, 08:26 PM
 
Location: East Texas
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This is a list of all the Dominating NFL teams from the beginning of a decade to the end Superbowl wise. Okay here we go

Short Start

Teams W L
67-69
1. Green Bay Packers 2 0 First team to win a S.B 2 times in a roll
2. New York Jets 1 0 First team after the packers to win a SB
3. Kansas City 0 1 First team to make a Superbowl appearance
4. Oakland Raiders 0 1
5. Baltimore Colts 0 1
70-79
Teams w L
1. Pittsburgh Steelers 3 0 First team to win 3 times
2. Dallas Cowboys 2 3 First team to go to the SB 5 times
3. Miami Dolphins 2 1
4. Minnesota Vikings 0 4 First team to make an appearance 4 times
5. Kansas City Chiefs 1 0
6. Baltimore Colts 1 0
7.Oakland Raiders 1 0
8. Washington Redskins 0 1
9. Denver Broncos 0 1

80-89
Teams W L
1. San Francisco 49ers 3 0
2. Washington Redskins 2 1
3. Oakland Raiders 2 0
4. Miami Dolphins 0 2
5. Denver Broncos 0 2
6. Cincinnati Bengals 0 2
7. Pittsburgh Steelers 1 0 First team to win 4 times
8. Chicago Bears 1 0
9. New York Giants 1 0
10. Los Angeles Rams 0 1
11. Philadelphia Eagles 0 1
12. New England Patriets 0 1

90-99
Teams W L
1.Dallas Cowboys 3 0 First team to go 8 times winning 5
2. Denver Broncos 2 1
3. San Francisco 2 0 First team to win 5 times
4. Buffalo Bills 0 4 First time to lose 4 times in a roll
5. Green Bay Packers 1 1
6. New York Giants 1 0
7. Washington Redskins 1 0
8. San Diego Chargers 0 1
9. Pittsburgh Steelers 0 1
10. New England Patriots 0 1
11. Atlanta Falcons 0 1

00-09
Teams W L
1. New England Patriots 3 1
2. Pittsburgh Steelers 2 0 First team to win 6 times
3. New York Giants 1 1
4. St. Louis Rams 1 1
5. Baltimore Ravens 1 0
6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 0
7. Indianapolis Colts 1 0
8. Tennessee Titans 0 1
9. Oakland Raiders 0 1
10. Carolina Panthers 0 1
11. Philadelphia Eagles 0 1
12. Seattle Seahawks 0 1
13. Chicago Bears 0 1
14. Arizona Cardinals 0 1


This is the list of the dominating teams in a decade. Who went to the superbowl the most winning or lossing. So far every decade had a team win 3 & some win 2.

What do you think the 2010-2019 decade will look like?

Last edited by Bo; 12-31-2009 at 06:30 PM.. Reason: Moved from General US.
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Old 12-16-2009, 09:04 PM
 
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It is hard to predict which teams will dominate the next decade. There are several stable organizations like Pittsburgh and Indianapolis that always seem to do well. Teams can just get better fast in the NFL though because of the salary cap (unlike baseball ) so all you need is good front office and talent evaluation.

Personally, I am a Redskin fan and hope they return to the top
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Old 12-17-2009, 12:40 AM
 
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This is a list of all the Dominating NFL teams from the beginning of a decade to the end Superbowl wise. Okay here we go

Short Start

Teams W L
67-69
1. Green Bay Packers 2 0 First team to win a S.B 2 times in a roll
2. New York Jets 1 0 First team after the packers to win a SB
3. Kansas City 0 1 First team to make a Superbowl appearance
4. Oakland Raiders 0 1
5. Baltimore Colts 0 1
70-79
Teams w L
1. Pittsburgh Steelers 3 0 First team to win 3 times
2. Dallas Cowboys 2 3 First team to go to the SB 5 times
3. Miami Dolphins 2 1
4. Minnesota Vikings 0 4 First team to make an appearance 4 times
5. Kansas City Chiefs 1 0
6. Baltimore Colts 1 0
7.Oakland Raiders 1 0
8. Washington Redskins 0 1
9. Denver Broncos 0 1

80-89
Teams W L
1. San Francisco 49ers 3 0
2. Washington Redskins 2 1
3. Oakland Raiders 2 0
4. Miami Dolphins 0 2
5. Denver Broncos 0 2
6. Cincinnati Bengals 0 2
7. Pittsburgh Steelers 1 0 First team to win 4 times
8. Chicago Bears 1 0
9. New York Giants 1 0
10. Los Angeles Rams 0 1
11. Philadelphia Eagles 0 1
12. New England Patriets 0 1

90-99
Teams W L
1.Dallas Cowboys 3 0 First team to go 8 times winning 5
2. Denver Broncos 2 1
3. San Francisco 2 0 First team to win 5 times
4. Buffalo Bills 0 4 First time to lose 4 times in a roll
5. Green Bay Packers 1 1
6. New York Giants 1 0
7. Washington Redskins 1 0
8. San Diego Chargers 0 1
9. Pittsburgh Steelers 0 1
10. New England Patriots 0 1
11. Atlanta Falcons 0 1

00-09
Teams W L
1. New England Patriots 3 1
2. Pittsburgh Steelers 2 0 First team to win 6 times
3. New York Giants 1 1
4. St. Louis Rams 1 1
5. Baltimore Ravens 1 0
6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 0
7. Indianapolis Colts 1 0
8. Tennessee Titans 0 1
9. Oakland Raiders 0 1
10. Carolina Panthers 0 1
11. Philadelphia Eagles 0 1
12. Seattle Seahawks 0 1
13. Chicago Bears 0 1
14. Arizona Cardinals 0 1


This is the list of the dominating teams in a decade. Who went to the superbowl the most winning or lossing. So far every decade had a team win 3 & some win 2.

What do you think the 2010-2019 decade will look like?
Hopefully football in the Bay Area bounces back and we will see the 49ers return to glory, they looked awesome on Monday night against Arizona. I won't hold my breath with the Raiders, as long as Al Daivs is in charged we are screwed.
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Old 12-17-2009, 07:16 AM
 
Location: Hernando County, FL
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Only one thing wrong with your list. There were "superbowls" before they were even called "superbowls" They were called the NFL championship. So why are you starting in the late 60s when the same game was played all the way back in the 1930s? The Earth was still the Earth before it was called "the Earth".
Lamar Hunt coined the term Super Bowl in the late 60's so while there may have been championship games prior, there were no Super Bowls.

The 1st was played after the agreed upon merger of the AFL and the NFL.

Guess you could always make your own thread about Championship Games prior to 1967.
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Old 12-17-2009, 07:52 AM
 
Location: Phoenix
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Hopefully football in the Bay Area bounces back and we will see the 49ers return to glory, they looked awesome on Monday night against Arizona. I won't hold my breath with the Raiders, as long as Al Daivs is in charged we are screwed.
I was nervous about SF playing AZ again. They spanked AZ for the 2nd time this season and right after AZ spanked MN.
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Old 12-17-2009, 08:11 AM
 
Location: Boston, MA
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Well the only argument you get from me is that you put far too much info in your OP for the topic at hand.
You should only list teams that won more than one SB in a decade.

1960's
Green Bay 2-0 in SB

1970's
Pittsburgh Steelers 3-0
Miami 2-0 including 1 perfect season
Dallas Cowboys 2-1

1980's
San Francisco 49ers 3-0
Washington Redskins 2-1

1990's
Dallas Cowboys 3-0
Denver Broncos 2-0

2000's
New England Patriots 3-1
Pittsburgh Steelers 2-0
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Old 12-31-2009, 12:10 PM
 
Location: East Texas
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Lamar Hunt coined the term Super Bowl in the late 60's so while there may have been championship games prior, there were no Super Bowls.

The 1st was played after the agreed upon merger of the AFL and the NFL.

Guess you could always make your own thread about Championship Games prior to 1967.
I know, if I would of put all the championship games. Green Bay would be at top with 9 wins. I just started with Super Bowl 1
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Old 12-31-2009, 01:02 PM
 
Location: Hernando County, FL
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Well the only argument you get from me is that you put far too much info in your OP for the topic at hand.
You should only list teams that won more than one SB in a decade.

1960's
Green Bay 2-0 in SB

1970's
Pittsburgh Steelers 3-0
Miami 2-0 including 1 perfect season
Dallas Cowboys 2-1

1980's
San Francisco 49ers 3-0
Washington Redskins 2-1

1990's
Dallas Cowboys 3-0
Denver Broncos 2-0

2000's
New England Patriots 3-1 *
Pittsburgh Steelers 2-0

*After an extremely unsuccessful stint in Cleveland B Bellichek went to NE where he proceeded to break the rules to win the Super Bowl
Edited for clarity
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Old 12-31-2009, 01:09 PM
 
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I think that all of the championships that NE Pats won should be taken away because they cheated to get them all

SPYGATE!!!!
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Old 12-31-2009, 05:44 PM
 
Location: Fishers, IN
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The problem with this list is that it only takes into account Super Bowl appearances, not total games won. There are several examples here of teams that won one Super Bowl, but were pretty mediocre for the rest of the decade. So, some of these teams were hardly "dominating."
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