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Both have the most championships and were at their best in the 70's.
Respectable team with one title along time ago. Haven't been able to put it all together since despite a good fanbase.
Auburn= Vikings+1 title
Both have been decent historically and have had a lot of near misses. Vikings still haven't got the championship, though.
Charter team, one modern title, great following.
Charter team, decent history, powerhouse in 90's/2000's
Good history, two great periods in 50s's/60's and 2000's
Good fanbase, powerhouse in 50's but have been bad since
Miss St= Jaguars
No fanbase, No history
Very good history, great in 90's, fallen on hard times as of late
Always been terrible
So. Car= Cardinals
Weak history but have experienced a taste of recent success
A&m = patriots
you're full of do do you got ole piss and miss state mixed up on the fanbase. we have a great fanbase. we have sold out our home games 3 years straight. ole piss fans leave after the 1st quarter when gettin blown out and are normally only at 70% capacity
This post was edited by Boner 20 months ago
I'm finding this pretty hard since there is a salary cap in the NFL.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
Bama = AFC probowl team
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Auburn is more like... the 49'ers.
Great in the 80's. Recent success
its the truth shoe
i was laughing at you b/c i knew you would go off ; i love UT being compared to the Cowboys ... +1 for ya dawg
This post was edited by shoeless7777 23 months ago
I'm pretty sure that San Fran won several titles and Auburn hasn't. The Vikings is a much better match. Maybe Buffalo. You know, always the brides maid.
and it begins again ......
Steelers have won only superbowls. So to say they have won the most championships is FALSE, especially since Green Bay has the most championships all-time including super bowls. Here is a list for you.
Packers= 13 Championships.
Bears= 9 Championships
Browns= 8 Championships including the AAFL
Giants= 7 Champioships
Steelers= 6 Championships (only super bowls)
Green Bay is called Title Town for a reason. Decent history is an understatement by far.
They won five world championships in the 60s under Vince including the first 2 super bowls. There is a reason that trophy is called the Lombardi trophy.
They are the only community owned franchise in any sport.
They have had every home game sell out since 1960.
The Packers have one of the longest waiting lists for season tickets in professional sports with about 86,000 people, meaning there are now more names on the waiting list than there are seats at Lambeau Field.
The average wait time for season tickets is said to be over 30 yearsyet since the team estimates only 90 tickets are turned over every year, if a name were to be added to the list today the estimated wait would extend well over 955 years. For this reason, it is not unusual for fans to designate a recipient of their season tickets in their wills or place newborn infants on the waiting list after receiving birth certificates.
The Packers have the second most members in the Pro Football Hall of Fame with twenty-one. They trail only the Chicago Bears (with 27). They are also second in all time wins behind Chicago.
But hey they only have a decent history.
This post was edited by BLUFFTONBUCKNUT 23 months ago
++++1111 - you the man
that would be you the 2012 poster of the year
LSU = Colts? Uh no.
+1 I woulda got murdered for saying the same tho
LSU and the Ravens are a good fit considering success in the 50's and 60's (Baltimore Colts) and now 2000s.
Tenn= Bengals (talent, but management issues)
USCe= 'Skins (trending^)
Arky= Lions(most recent version)
Ole Miss= Jags
Miss St= Raiders
Tennesse/Cowboys is perfect fit.
South Carolina/Cardinals seems fitting too. I think the Jets would work as well - history of blunders, always underachieving, never quite got it together, good fanbase. Plus Rex and Spurrier are similar IMO, both brash and won titles elsewhere.
I mean we were the 80's like them in the SEC.
They do have more titles, but we've always played similar styles of football... and we aren't nearly as bad as your homer ass thinks we are.
Miami = Oakland Raiders
Titles, Moves from stadium to stadium, Gangsters of the past, Wanksters of the present.
FSU= the 49ers
Both teams started their runs in the 80's, and both have had their share of great players. Both teams have hall fame coaches, and both teams just hired new young energetic coaches to breath new life into the program. Also for the ones who are trying to compare teams to the Jaguars do know the Jaguars have been better than teams like the Browns, Lions, Bills, Dolphins and Cowboys since they have come into the league in 95.
This post was edited by duvalnole 23 months ago
I know one thing. Comparing Auburn to the Green Bay packers is about as bad of a comprison as I can think of. One is of them is a Blue Blood all time great great franchise. The other had Cam Newton fo a year.
Nobody compared the two?
Here's one: Nebraska = Cowboys. Traditional power, great in the 70's and 90's, pretty average for the past decade.
I see many similarities between San Fran and Auburn as well. For instance, both are known for having an abundance of fanny bandits in their respective fan bases.
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