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  • terribletowel39
    started a topic Best Franchise in the NFL

    Best Franchise in the NFL

    i figured since there was a worst franchise thread, there should be a best, even though i know this will bring out a lot of homers. try and stay away from being a homer. recent or all-time.
    Last edited by terribletowel39; 03-28-2007, 02:11 PM.

  • Shiver
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    Originally posted by bsaza2358 View Post
    BF51, my guess is that he has not broken the rules about terms of use, so there is no legitimate reason to ban him. Yes, TNew annoys people, but he is also contributing under the rules. Banning him for extreme douchebaggery would probably be correct, but the forum really isn't suffering due to his presence (it's just not benefitting).
    Great description. Though, technically, he did start spamming/flaming in the Falcons' team forum. With the usual 'Terrence Newman should have been in the Pro-Bowl, DeAngelo Hall sucks' mantra, as if any of us cared. That's against the rules, but all of his posts were deleted during one of those 'time lapses.' If not, I think that would be the necessary pretext to ban him, for something other than "extreme douchebaggery."

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  • doingthisinsteadofwork
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    Originally posted by TNewFan41 View Post
    OMG this is no debate. Did anyone of you even read my post before you ATTACK ME!?!!?!

    The Cowboys are tied for most super-bowls, have the most conference championships, division titles, playoff wins, playoff appearances and winning seasons.

    How can you argue that? I'll answer that for you, you can't.

    It is the Cowboys hands down.
    no your posts arent worth reading.

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  • duckseason
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    Currently, I like what New England is doing.

    All time, I give it to the Packers. They arguably win it on history and success alone. But what I like the most is that they piss in the mouth, with their middle finger proudly waving in the face of the people who say that pro teams can't survive without a huge market. The fact that they are in a town of about 100,000 people, yet the waiting list for season tickets extends for generations, makes them the best franchise by itself. Proof that not only do you not need to be in a large market in order to be successful, but that being in a small market adds character and actually has it's own advantages. IMO, we should never give LA another chance at supporting a team. We should find the next Green Bay instead.

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  • MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
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    Omg I Gave Tnew His Sixth Square!!!!!

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  • teneight
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    the raiders

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  • FloridaFootball
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    Originally posted by Ward View Post
    The most well-run franchise IMO is the Eagles. It hasn't translated to a ring yet, but there's no reason to think it won't. They don't overspend for players, and they replace aging talent almost immediately with good drafting. Great coaching all around as well.
    Level Of Agreement 100%
    I-G-G-L-E-S---IGGLES!

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  • bsaza2358
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    Originally posted by Boston View Post
    It's funny how the "America's team" montra belongs to the cowboys over the US olympic hockey team, or any other US team for that matter.
    Finders keepers, losers weepers...

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  • Boston
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    Originally posted by Modano View Post
    I don't want to be an homer, or to argue if the Cowboys are or not the best franchise in the history of the NFL. But that's an intersting reading about why they're known as America's Team:

    "After the '78 season, the Cowboys had just lost a crushing Super Bowl to the Steelers. I wanted to come up with a different twist on their team highlight film. I noticed then, and had noticed earlier, that wherever the Cowboys played, you saw people in the stands with Cowboys jerseys and hats and pennants. Plus, they were always the national game on television. If you think back, there has always been one team in each sport that has support from fans nationwide: the Yankees in baseball, Notre Dame in college football, the Boston Celtics in pro basketball. They are all America's teams. So I put that name on the Cowboys' film, and in 1979 the TV announcer for their first game introduced the Cowboys as 'America's Team.'
    They took a lot of heat for it, but it stuck. Later other clubs like the Atlanta Braves and the U.S. Olympic hockey team have tried to call themselves 'America's Team.' But that name belongs to the Cowboys."

    Bob Ryan, Vice President and editor-in-chief, NFL Films
    It's funny how the "America's team" montra belongs to the cowboys over the US olympic hockey team, or any other US team for that matter.

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  • bsaza2358
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    BF51, my guess is that he has not broken the rules about terms of use, so there is no legitimate reason to ban him. Yes, TNew annoys people, but he is also contributing under the rules. Banning him for extreme douchebaggery would probably be correct, but the forum really isn't suffering due to his presence (it's just not benefitting).

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  • niel89
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    Originally posted by TNewFan41 View Post
    OMG this is no debate. Did anyone of you even read my post before you ATTACK ME!?!!?!

    The Cowboys are tied for most super-bowls, have the most conference championships, division titles, playoff wins, playoff appearances and winning seasons.

    How can you argue that? I'll answer that for you, you can't.

    It is the Cowboys hands down.
    i just cant seem to give you enough negative rep. i try and try and i cant stop.

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  • bearsfan_51
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    Originally posted by Ward View Post
    I encourage Cowboys fans with pride to neg rep TNew.
    Why can't we ban him? You would think after a while that much negativity would be a sign that it's time to go.

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  • bearsfan_51
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    Originally posted by TNewFan41 View Post
    OMG this is no debate. Did anyone of you even read my post before you ATTACK ME!?!!?!

    The Cowboys are tied for most super-bowls, have the most conference championships, division titles, playoff wins, playoff appearances and winning seasons.

    How can you argue that? I'll answer that for you, you can't.

    It is the Cowboys hands down.
    Actually almost everything you said other than Superbowls is not true.

    The Bears and Packers have been playing since 1920, you think they don't have more of pretty much everything you just listed.

    That's why nobody likes or respects you. You put absolutely no thought into what you say, you just spew garbage and assume that it's correct.

    Most Championships: Green Bay Packers

    Most Wins: Chicago Bears

    Most Division Titles: New York Giants

    Most Hall of Famers: Chicago Bears
    Last edited by bearsfan_51; 03-29-2007, 04:20 PM.

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  • bsaza2358
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    All Hail America's Poster!!!

    I've been sending that post around. My mom printed it out and put it on the fridge. Pretty lame, but I like it!

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  • bsaza2358
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    I feel like this thread has grown a little stale. The "best of" or "worst of" threads are generally a chance for the homers to come out of the woodwork and make life miserable for everyone. Fact is, the NFL is awesome. Pro football's history is littered with successful franchises. Pretty much every franchise in existence right now has achieved some level of success. Hope remains high for all 32 teams.

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