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Old 01-14-2013   #13
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Default Re: NFL Dynasties

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Originally Posted by infantrycak View Post
I think a case can be made both the Cowboys and Steelers have had two dynasty eras - moreso the Cowboys.
That is probably true, and it also takes away from them as having one of the top 4 dynasties, since adding two dynasties together doesn't make 1 great dynasty. Regardless, the Cowboys have to be on everyone's list whether they like it or not.

Of course, recent history will tend to trump old history, which is also why I posed the question. As people's memories fade, or because they are young and weren't around, the newer dynasties seem to get the nod. It is the same thing that happens when talking about greatest players. Someone like Jim Brown or Dick Butkus may not rate as high to a youngster as Walter Payton and Ray Lewis.
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