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  1. RazorStar

    Greatest Team Tournie: Round 1, Day 1

    My thoughts: The 92 49ers had a case to be the best team in football the year they played, they just came up against a stronger team in the 92 Cowboys. Their offensive output was insane, and I think it puts them over a team that while having a great defense, definitely overachieved to make it to the super bowl. The 2016 Falcons had an incredible offense led by an MVP caliber player, but ultimately fell just short in the last game of the season when their defense gave up a 25 point lead with a quarter and a bit to go. The 2017 Eagles had an incredible offense led by an MVP caliber player... but he got hurt, the rest of the team stepped up, and Nick Foles decided to play like an MVP in the finale. This one isn't a contest to me. I think the 71 Cowboys and 88 Bengals are actually pretty closely matched. The Bengals were 30 seconds away from winning a super bowl with their high powered offense, while the Cowboys had an all time great at QB and a swarming defense. I leaned toward the Bengals because that offense was so impressive, but that may just be me. Lastly the 12 Ravens and the 04 Steelers. The Ravens actually went 9-2 to start their season, before taking a 1-4 slide in December. Fortunately for them, the AFC was fairly top heavy that year so they settled into the 4th seed without incident, and then Joe Flacco went god mode on Ray Lewis' retirement tour. The 04 Steelers came out of nowhere, going 15-1 thanks to a smothering defense and a healthy load of Jerome Bettis and Duce Staley in the backfield. Unfortunately, they met their match in the Patriots who easily confused the rookie Big Ben and gave him the first loss of his career. This one is also a close match for me, but I feel like the Steelers defense would harass Flacco far more than that Ravens squad would harass Roethlisberger.
  2. RazorStar

    Greatest Team Tournie: Round 1, Day 1

    and a little info on the teams in question: 64. 1992 San Francisco 49ers Record 14-2 (15-3 Postseason) Number 1 Scoring Offense, Number 3 Scoring Defense Lost in the Conference Championship to the Dallas Cowboys 30-20 Pro Bowlers: Steve Young, Ricky Watters, Jerry Rice, Brent Jones, Steve wallace, Guy McIntyre, Pierce Holt First Team All Pros: Steve Young, Jerry Rice, Harris Barton MVP: Steve Young 65. 1980 Philadelphia Eagles Record 12-4 (14-5 Postseason) Number 6 Scoring Offense, Number 1 Scoring Defense Lost in the Super Bowl to the L.A. Raiders 27-10 Pro Bowlers: Ron Jaworski, Harold Carmichael, Charlie Johnson First Team All Pros: Charlie Johnson 33. 2017 Philadelphia Eagles Record 13-3 (16-3 Postseason) Number 3 Scoring Offense, Number 4 Scoring Defense Won the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots 41-33 Pro Bowlers: Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz, Lane Johnson, Brandon Brooks, Fletcher Cox, Malcolm Jenkins First Team All Pros: Lane Johnson, Jason Kelce 96. 2016 Atlanta Falcons Record 11-5 (13-6 Postseason) Number 1 Scoring Offense, Number 27 Scoring Defense Lost the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots 34-28 Pro Bowlers: Matt Ryan, Devonta Freeman, Julio Jones, Alex Mack, Vic Beasley, Matt Bryant First Team All Pros: Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Vic Beasley MVP: Matt Ryan 49. 1971 Dallas Cowboys Record 11-3 (14-3 Postseason) Number 1 Scoring Offense, Number 7 Scoring Defense Won in the Super Bowl against the Miami Dolphins 24-3 Pro Bowlers: Roger Staubach, John Niland, Rayfield Wright, Bob Lilly, Chuck Howley, Mel Renfro, Cornell Green, Ron Widby First Team All Pros: John Niland, Rayfield Wright, Bob Lilly 80. 1988 Cincinnati Bengals Record 12-4 (14-5 Postseason) Number 1 Scoring Offense, Number 16 Scoring Defense Lost in the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers 20-16 Pro Bowlers: Boomer Esiason, James Brooks, Eddie Brown, Rodney Holman, Anthony Munoz, Max Montoya, Tim Krumrie, Eric Thomas, David Fulcher First Team All Pros: Boomer Esiason, Anthony Munoz, Tim Krumrie MVP: Boomer Esiason 48. 2012 Baltimore Ravens Record 10-6 (14-6 Postseason) Number 10 Scoring Offense, Number 12 Scoring Defense Won in the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 Pro Bowlers: Ray Rice, Vonta Leach, Marshal Yanda, Haloti Ngata, Ed Reed, Jacoby Jones (KR) First Team All Pros: Vonta Leach, Jacoby Jones (KR) 79. 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers Record 15-1 (16-2 Postseason) Number 11 Scoring offense, Number 1 Scoring Defense Lost in the Conference Championship against the New England Patriots 41-27 Pro Bowlers: Jerome Bettis, Hines Ward, Alan Faneca, Jeff Hartings, Marvel Smith, Aaron Smith, James Farrior, Joey Porter, Troy Polamalu First Team All Pros: Alan Faneca, Jeff Hartings, James Farrior
  3. Let the polling begin! Which team is truly the greatest of all time? 96 Super Bowl Era teams enter, only one can prevail. The matches today are: 64. 1992 San Francisco 49ers vs. 65. 1980 Philadelphia Eagles 33. 2017 Philadelphia Eagles vs. 96. 2016 Atlanta Falcons 49. 1971 Dallas Cowboys vs. 80. 1988 Cincinnati Bengals 48. 2012 Baltimore Ravens vs. 79. 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers
  4. Hey guys, the offseason is a total drag, and this offseason might be even more of a drag than usual since there isn't even any basketball or hockey to stem the tides. So I'm starting up a new tournament to pass the time. A single elimination, 96 team tournament, to determine which team was the greatest of all time. In the Super Bowl era anyway, it was way too easy to have dynasties in 12 team leagues. The rules for qualification were pretty simple, all super bowl winning teams automatically got a berth, and automatically received the top 54 seeds. After all, winning a championship is the goal of every great team. I randomized the seeding order for those teams, so some of the really good ones didn't get a first round bye. From there I put in some at large teams. 10 didn't feel like quite enough, I was leaving out teams with 14+ wins in the regular season, so I expanded to include all of those, along with some more at larges that I picked based off of other factors. In the end, I came up with a 96 team bracket. https://challonge.com/xg209bla I'll be putting up polls shortly for the first round, I'll try to close them in a timely manner, but we'll see how results shake out.
  5. With the 23rd pick, the New England Patriots select: Rae'Kwon Davis, NT, Alabama The Saints are on the clock
  6. With the 15th pick the Denver Broncos select: Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma The Atlanta Falcons are up next.
  7. Let's get Teddy some bacon and eggs. With the 7th pick the Carolina Panthers select: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama The Arizona Cardinals are up
  8. The Detroit Lions select: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State The New York Giants are on the clock
  9. RazorStar

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    they should be coughed on and if they get corona, they don't get medical treatment. Sounds reasonable to me.
  10. We just have to make sure people get infected at a slower steadier rate, enough so the hospitals and clinics can handle the cases at a reasonable pace. It's going to take a while for herd immunity to work, unfortunately. Because it's not just the people who get the virus who are risk. It's the people who get into accidents and the hospital can't take them in. A mild heart attack that could be fixed with a AED but doesn't happen because first responders can't get there in time. Stay safe Americans, you need to be way more cautious than I am, and I'm already quarantining myself.
  11. RazorStar

    Crazy Off Season This Year

    Nick Foles is a Bear now? wild.
  12. RazorStar

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    the only lasting political change involves a lot of guillotines.
  13. RazorStar

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    in the nearly 30 years Joe has been running for president, he's never finished higher than 4th in a primary or caucus. I hope you're all prepared for a Trump / Buttchug election.
  14. How do you give away an absolute superstar like Mookie Betts for practically nothing?
  15. NFC West, going to super bowls just to be the token loser.
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