Originally Posted by Mr S J King
Didn't classify that as an accomplishment, but why should it be frowned upon?
Originally Posted by SneakerPro
How is winning a 4 team division twice 14 years an accomplishment?
Slicknick951 thats real football talk bro. These cats act like I'm talking about playing Madden.
Originally Posted by Slicknick951
Hey when your division has the most super bowl wins and Superbowl appearances not to mention the most NFC championship wins ill take that over people who haven't even sniffed the playoffs. We play in a tough division if we were playing in the AFC East instead of the pats we would beat up on the Jets bills and dolphins every year stay healthy and win championships like they do. Every year we fight to stay competitive in our division nothing is easy and nothing has been given to us.
The Cowboys were the "Team of the 90s".
No team in the modern era has repeated as "Team of the Decade".
Free Agency and parity doesn't allow that to happen.
In the last 17 years the NFC East has the same amount of Super Bowl appearances of any other division. This perceived toughness of the NFC East is overrated. The North has 4, the East has 4, the West has 5 and the South has 4.
In a 4 team division a team should win a division title once every 4 years or so by default.
Al Davis had accomplished as much as Jerry Jones has and went to a Super Bowl more recently than him and by the end of his tenure the Raiders were a joke.
Its getting to that point here in Dallas.
The Toronto Huskies won a NBA championship 60 years ago. At what point is that no longer relevant?