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2013-2017 seasons please. Interested to see how different the opinions are on this pointless argument a friend and I are having
If you're so smart, why aren't you rich?
Well first off we need to see who drafts Glennon, but as of right now ill go:
It's not unreasonable to suggest that each of the next 5 Super Bowls will feature the RG3-led Burgandy defeating the Kirk Cousins-led Gold.
Oops sorry I meant Seattle, Washington
Whoever is the Eagles first home game.
Four years and counting.
Yeah, it's insane.
I think the Chiefs might be the home opener next year. If Andy wins a superbowl with KC, me and all of Philly will have a panic attack.
Personally, I'd be shocked if we don't get a Redskins 5-peat.
don't forget about the offseason super bowls either. REDSKINS win all 12 months of the year.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
find it pretty amazing that interesting tidbits like this sometimes seemingly goes unnoticed for several years. not that any correlation could really be made after 2 years, but after year 3 it is a trend, and then leading into this superbowl, you'd think some statistical geek would find it and make it a story.
with that said, it will no doubt be the lead story pregame of the philly home opener next year. because of that ,the team involved will have no chance , I hope it isn't my team, theres simply no way it will hold true.
* Colts, Ravens
Wow. This is NOT roomy!
The AFC has been dominated by the same teams. Since 2000, the Ravens, Colts, Steelers and Patriots have represented the AFC in 11 of 12 Super Bowls. those four teams have also comprised 19 of 24 AFC Championship game appearances. So, those are your likely potential AFC winners.
The NFC has only had one team play in multiple Super Bowls in that period, the Giants.
7erps did the opposite version of what I was going to do. McGriff Ravens. Back to back to back to back to back to back NFL world champions.
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
Picking Seattle is dumb a long as they have a midget NC State alum at QB.
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