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    Who Are The Best Super Bowl Champions Since 2000

    Since the new millennium hit...So please no Cowboys, Dolphins, 49ers talk..With that said...

    Who Are The Best Super Bowl Championship Team Since 2000...

    Also the trolls complaining about these type of threads please kick rocks...

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    Not your Seahawks like you want people to say.
    Gustav Nyquist is Jesus

    didn't even hit the goalie doo



    Ya, we're spoiled.


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    Found this...

    2000: Baltimore - 12-4, 168 differential...allowed 23 points in 4 playoff games...scored 95
    2001: New England - 11-5, 99 differential...won no playoff game by more than 1 score
    2002: Tampa Bay - 12-4, 150 differential...outscored 3 opponents 106-37 in the playoffs
    2003: New England - 14-2, 110 differential...outscored 3 opponents 73-57 in playoffs...very tight SB
    2004: New England - 14-2, 177 differential...outscored 3 opponents 85-51 in playoffs...tight SB
    2005: Pittsburgh - 11-5, 131 differential...outscored 4 opponents 107-62 in playoffs
    2006: Indianapolis - 12-4, 67 differential...outscored 4 opponents 105- 65 in playoffs
    2007: NY Giants - 10-6, 22 differential...lucky as **** ...85-65 differential in playoffs: tightest of any WC team
    2008: Pittsburgh - 12-4, 124 differential...outscored opponents 85-61 in playoffs
    2009: New Orleans - 13-3, 169 differential...scored 107 points in 3 playoff games, allowed just 59
    2010: Green Bay - 10-6, 148 differential...outscored 4 opponents 121 to 76 in playoffs
    2011: NY Giants - 9-7, NEGATIVE 6 differential...102-56 differential in playoffs
    2012: Baltimore: 10-6, 54 differential...124-88 in playoffs
    2013: Seattle: 13-3, 186 differential...89-40 differential in playoffs



    I do think Seattle is up there. The best? IDK. I think it's between 2000 Baltimore, 2002 Tampa, 2004 NE, 2009 NO and 2013 Seattle. The two Giants teams are pretty significantly the worst.

    It would be such a lock if not for Eli-Tyree
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    http://forums.prosportsdaily.com/sea...earchid=755809
    Honestly I'm just sick of this guy making threads trying to either get people to say the Seahawks or to get recognition for one of their players. Or bash Andrew Luck.
    Gustav Nyquist is Jesus

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    Ya, we're spoiled.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezekial View Post
    http://forums.prosportsdaily.com/sea...earchid=755809
    Honestly I'm just sick of this guy making threads trying to either get people to say the Seahawks or to get recognition for one of their players. Or bash Andrew Luck.
    Yeah, your link didn't work (does this), but it's pretty shameless.

    Seems like run of the mill NFL Forum stuff these days...
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    That 2010 GB team was something else, shows what happens when Rodgers has a great defense. That GB 2010 defense is underrated, one of the best in the past decade.

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    I'm gonna be a homer and say 04 Pats. I don't think I'm really being a homer though as that team has already earned props as one of the elite teams in NFL history. There wasn't a weakness on that team. CB was a little weak because Ty Law and Tyrone Poole went down with injuries but the rest of the D was loaded so it didn't even matter. On offense we didn't have great receiving options (not bad at all but not great) but Corey Dillon finished 3rd in rushing (about 70 yards behind the leader but he played 1 less game than the 2 guys ahead of him, giving him the edge over them in yards/game). Brady made the jump to the elite QB he is today in 2004. He didn't have the volume stats because we were so good he didn't have to throw. All of his rate stats were elite that year though. The coaching staff on that team was just ****ing loaded. Crennell, McDaniels and Mangini all went on to get HC jobs in the NFL and Weis could have had one if he wanted it (took ND instead).


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    2010 Packers for me. After that I'd say 2004 Pats and 2013 Seahawks/2000 Ravens.


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    That 08 Steelers team was really underrated.

    Especially that front 7:
    Smith, Hampton, Keisel
    Woodley, Foote, Farrior, Harrison
    with a top backup of Timmons.
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    I know the Packers were only 10-6, but I'm still going with them easily. As far as physical skillset goes they had by far the best QB in the league at age 27. Accuracy, missile, mobility, etc. Maybe perhaps ever.

    And believe it or not back then they had a lights out defense.

    I don't see any other super bowl team beating them.

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    2002 Bucs. They didn't even have a quarterback and still destroyed the league. I think a properly run Tampa 2 is nearly impossible to beat, and that team proved it. 2000 Ravens would be second in my mind, with an honorable mention to the 08 Steelers. Brooks, Sapp, and Barber are 3 studs at every level of the defense though, and I'll take that over what all the other squads offered.

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    Who Are The Best Super Bowl Champions Since 2000

    The 07 giants. If they had lost then everyone's pick would be the 07 patriots so they must be the best. That's my flawed homer logic and I'm sticking to it.

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    Who Are The Best Super Bowl Champions Since 2000

    2004 Patriots!

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    I'll take the 2000 Ravens. You could honestly make an argument for every single one of those teams though, other than the New York teams.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    A Seahawks fan makes the thread and gets ripped.

    Patriots, Steelers and Giants fans comment with their teams and it's ok.

    Typical NFL forum anymore.

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