All-time NFL franchise rankings

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanbuoy, Jun 24, 2008.

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  1. titanbuoy

    titanbuoy medium rare ®

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    Cool article. Haven't heard of the site before (coldhardfootballfacts.com)

    The Oilers/Titans while not highly ranked, actually did a little better than I expected.

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  2. Riverman

    Riverman That may be.... Tip Jar Donor

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    "With a championship or two over the next few years, this organization, like Jacksonville at No. 21, could move fairly quickly up the franchise rankings. But until then, they inhabit a place here at No. 19, amid the pack of teams that boast only institutional mediocrity." :sad2:

    We need playmakers.
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  3. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    Wow Arizona - 7 playoff games since 1920.
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  4. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro

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    I thought they did a good job of looking at the big picture and not just the last decade or 2 but honestly i would rate the cowboys #1 because they were a dominant franchise in 3 different decades and they are good now.

    Historical note: The browns, baltimore colts and 49ers all joined the nfl in 1950 after being in another league called the all american conference. The browns dominated that league winning all 4 championships and in their first year in the nfl they played a much publicized opening game against the nfl champion eagles and beat them easily 35-10. The point being that from 1946-1964 the browns were one of the powerhouses of football.
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  5. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor

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    still can't give away Brownie tickets at LP Field though.
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  6. GTFO my pancakz

    GTFO my pancakz S.D.M.F.

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    What the F@^$ are you doing Earl.:suspect:

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