The National Football League prides itself on parity, the opportunity for any team to make a run at the playoffs and the Super Bowl any given year. It is a novel idea. Granted, it is nearly impossible to achieve perfect parity in any league, but, in seasons past, the NFL had done a pretty good job of making sure no single team dominated the NFL landscape. Of course, there have been dynasties. The Cowboys, 49ers, Steelers, and Patriots all come to mind. But the Steelers with six Super Bowl rings have more national championships than any other franchise. In baseball, the Yankees hold that honor with 26, and the Celtics hold that title in the NBA with 18 championships to their name. In other words, even though there have been instances of dominance by a single team throughout the history of t ...
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