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Old 02-07-2007, 07:47 AM   #16
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Then perhaps your snide comment should have said, "who'd wany to leave a great team for a few bucks? Oh yeah, Edgerrin James" and people wouldn't have jumped on you.

Becasue in reality, only a few Pats have left strictly seeking "extra bucks" after winning...Ted Washington (not an integral piece), David Givens and the holdout/subsequent trade of Deion Branch, and of course, Adam Vinatieri.

Willie McGinest had restructured his contract several times to remain with the Pats, so his departure this year was almost a mutual decision.
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Restructuring is always a great thing to do. Winners like Jerry Rice and Steve Young (and -ug- the Smellboy triplets) do that. I hope the Colts, and everyone, will do whatever they can to
keep their teams together.

Here's a list of Super Bowl records just because I feel like it. (in case anybody hasn't seen them all)

Super Bowl records of all NFL teams won lost total visits *

New England Patriots 3 2 5
New York Giants 2 1 3
New York Jets 1 0 1
Buffalo Bills 0 4 4
Philadelphia Eagles 0 2 2
Pittsburgh Steelers 5 1 6
Baltimore Ravens 1 0 1 *
Washington Redskins 3 2 5
Carolina Panthers 0 1 1
Atlanta Falcons 0 1 1
Miami Dolphins 2 2 4
Jacksonville Jaguars 0 0 0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 0 0
New Orleans Saints 0 0 0
Detroit Lions 0 0 0
Cleveland Browns 0 0 0 *
Cincinnati Bengals 0 2 2
Indianapolis Colts 2 1 3 **
Chicago Bears 1 1 2
Tennesseee Titans 0 1 1 ***
Dallas Cowboys 5 3 8
Houston Texans 0 0 0
Minnesota Vikings 0 4 4
Green Bay Packers 3 1 4
Denver Broncos 3 2 5
Kansas City Chiefs 1 1 2
St. Louis Rams 1 2 3 ****
Arizona Cardinals 0 0 0
San Francisco 49ers 5 0 5
Oakland Raiders 3 2 5 *****
San Diego Chargers 0 1 1
Seattle Seahawks 0 1 1



* The Baltimore Ravens franchise was moved from Cleveland and were the original Browns with the long history. The current Browns are a recent expansion team.

**The Indianapolis Colts won their first Super Bowl while in Baltimore and their new one in Indianapolis.

*** The Tennessee Titans are the former Houston Oilers.

****The St. Louis Rams went to their first Super Bowl as the LA Rams and lost. As St. Louis Rams they are 1-1.

*****The Raiders were the LA Raiders when they won SB XVIII. All the other wins and losses were as Oakland Raiders.

Football Super Bowl Winners
Year Winner Opponent
Score
Location

XLI

2007
Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears
29-17

Miami, FL

XL

2006
Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks
21-10
Detroit, MI

XXXIX

2005
New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles
24-21
Jacksonville, FL

XXXVIII

2004
New England Patriots Carolina Panthers
32-29
Houston, TX

XXXVII

2003
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oakland Raiders
48-21
San Diego, CA


XXXVI

2002
New England Patriots St. Louis Rams
20-17

New Orleans, LA

XXXV

2001
Baltimore Ravens New York Giants
34-7
Tampa, FL

XXXIV

2000
St. Louis Rams Tennessee Titans
23-16
Atlanta, GA

XXXIII

1999
Denver Broncos Atlanta Falcons
34-19
Miami, FL

XXXII

1998
Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers
31-24
San Diego, CA

XXXI

1997
Green Bay Packers New England Patriots
35-21
New Orleans, LA

XXX

1996
Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers
27-17
Tempe, AZ

XXIX

1995
San Francisco 49ers San Diego Chargers
49-26
Miami, FL

XXVIII

1994
Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills
30-13
Atlanta, GA

XXVII

1993
Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills
52-17
Pasadena, CA

XXVI

1992
Washington Redskins Buffalo Bills
37-24
Minneapolis, MN

XXV

1991
New York Giants Buffalo Bills
20-19
Tampa, FL

XXIV

1990
San Francisco 49ers Denver Broncos
55-10
New Orleans, LA

XXIII

1989
San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals
20-16
Miami, FL

XXII

1988
Washington Redskins Denver Broncos
42-10
San Diego, CA

XXI

1987
New York Giants Denver Broncos
39-20
Pasadena, CA

XX

1986
Chicago Bears New England Patriots
46-10
New Orleans, LA

XIX

1985
San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins
38-16
Stanford, CA

XVIII

1984
LA Raiders Washington Redskins
38-9
Tampa, FL

XVII

1983
Washington Redskins Miami Dolphins
27-17
Pasadena, CA

XVI

1982
San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals
26-21
Pontiac, MI

XV

1981
Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles
27-10
New Orleans, LA

XIV

1980
Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams
31-19
Pasadena, CA

XIII

1979
Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys
35-31
Miami, FL

XII

1978
Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos
27-10
New Orleans, LA

XI

1977
Oakland Raiders Minnesota Vikings
32-14
Pasadena, CA

X

1976
Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys
21-17
Miami, FL

IX

1975
Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings
16-6
New Orleans, LA

VIII

1974
Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings
24-7
Houston, TX

VII

1973
Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins
14-7
Los Angeles, CA

VI

1972
Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins
24-3
New Orleans, LA

V

1971
Baltimore Colts Dallas Cowboys
16-13
Miami, FL

IV

1970
Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings
23-7
New Orleans, LA

III

1969
New York Jets Baltimore Colts
16-7
Miami, FL

II

1968
Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders
33-14
Miami, FL

I

1967
Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs
35-10
Los Angeles, CA
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If your job is THAT exciting, I want to know what you do and are they hiring?
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Cool. Maybe I can check peoples' bags for contraband?

Do you ever get to meet rock bands that way? And aren't you the guy who arranges the flights for the team or something?
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Okay, I let this thread be a standalone one for people who want to celebrate the Colts' victory. If you guys want to get into other debates, this might as well just become a general NFL thread (meaning a merge). If you want this to stay a Colts victory thread, keep the posts that way.
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