I like this from espn.com
1. 1985 Bears
It was, undeniably, cocky for the Bears to record the "Super Bowl Shuffle" video before the playoffs even started, but, to paraphrase an old saying, it ain't cocky if you can back it up.
The 1985 Bears were QBed by the punky, and effective, Jim McMahon. The running attack? Sweetness and, at times, the Fridge. Defense? Impenetrable. The Bears finished the regular season with a 15-1 record, scoring 456 points while allowing only 198.
And they blew through the playoffs, shutting out the Giants 21-0 and then the Rams 24-0 for the NFC title. After the Bears demolished the Pats 46-10 in the Super Bowl, Patriots guard Ron Wooten said, "Before the end, it kind of felt like we were the team that the Globetrotters play all the time."
I'll toss this in for sentiment
10. 1990 Bills
"Wide right" is perhaps the only thing keeping the 1990 Buffalo Bills off your list. This team featured perhaps as many as seven Hall of Fame players and came within two feet of ending the NFC's Super Bowl winning streak. No one had a solution for the K-Gun offense, special teams were superb and the defense was on it's way to becoming one of the best around.
Maybe not the best team ever -- certainly the best team never to win the Super Bowl.
my 1999 Gameday Buffalo team.
"Some of you may die, but that is a sacrifice I am willing to make." ~~~Lord Farquaad
Sdigity2 = JETS FAN
Chan Gailey is a Saboteur.
I was sold on the Cleveland 6-3 team as the greatest of all time.
Can you dig it.
The 85 Bears would get lit up by a current day spread Offense. You would need a team that can stop the big time Offenses and the touchy feely rules of today. Could you immagine trying to stop the Pats passing game with a 4-6? Thats why they only won 1 superbowl. One of 70s Steelers teams..
''You appease (fans) for about three months,'' Nix said. ~ 11/2/2012
Chan Gailey 12/26/2010 - Pass rush would of helped a couple of those. That guy (Tom Brady) stood back there forever and someone finally come open.
two teams that come to mind for me BOTH didn't win the superbowl... the 98 vikings and the 18-1 patriots
Duke Blue Devils
1994 49ers. That's right. With Steve Young and a prime Primetime.
They were dominant on both sides of the ball.
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" - Jorge Santayana
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