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    1 Superbowl Championship, but miss the playoffs 9 straight years after.
    10 Straight playoffs, but no Championships
    102
    Win a Superbowl, but miss the playoffs the following 9 years in a row
    75.49%
    77
    Make the Playoffs 10 years in a row, but not win a Championship in that time.
    24.51%
    25



  • #2
    i'll take what's behind door number 1...

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    • #3
      Win a superbowl so you dont get lumped with the likes of the Lions, Cards, Vikings, etc...

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      • #4
        Superbowl, without a doubt.

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        • #5
          Damn, thats tough if you think about it.

          Winning a SB is the ultimate high as a fan, but 9 years of doormat status is also a very low low.

          Hmmm.....if I had a gun to my head, Id go SB.

          Because at the end of the day, even if your team sucks, you can at least look forward to being excited about the draft.

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          • #6
            Always take the Super Bowls


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            • #7
              As an owner, without a doubt, 10 straight playoff appearances. Fan support would stay high, and that isnt guaranteed if I make the playoffs one out of 10 years.


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              • #8
                i gotta go with the super bowl. if you make the playoffs and don't win the superbowl all you have gained is a lower draft pick.

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                • #9
                  superbowl....


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                  • #10
                    Im a bills fan......ILL TAKE 1!!...hell we went to 4......yet still wiht the browns and cards...let me go cry myself to sleep!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by OhioState View Post
                      i gotta go with the super bowl. if you make the playoffs and don't win the superbowl all you have gained is a lower draft pick.
                      That's kinda cynical.


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                      • #12
                        i wouldnt retire until i win a superbowl. unless i hit 40 yrs old.


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                        • #13
                          For franchise stability, 10 straight playoffs.

                          However, the point is the championship, so that's what makes it tough. I could see arguments for both.

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                          • #14
                            I'll take the sure thing.

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                            • #15
                              i think its almost impossible to win than go 10 straight out the playoffs though, because there's always a good time, rescession and then depression in the cycle. Thats why the lakers suck now, but than again when you look at Cleveland or Arizona, they've never been good. Im torn between the two....


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