Updated May 27, 2018 11:05:00 When it comes to the NFL’s best team, no team comes even close to being the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks were the NFL championship-winning team in 2016, when they were a member of the NFC West, the division that holds the distinction of having produced only seven NFL teams.
Seattle was the NFL champion, and a Super Bowl champion, in 2014.
The NFL has had two Super Bowl champions since the league’s inception in 1946: the 1970 Seahawks and the 2012 Patriots.
But that’s not how it works in the postseason, where the teams play each other in the first round and the final.
In fact, the NFL doesn’t have a single team that has been a championship contender in every season of the postseason.
The best teams in the league are built by one player.
In that regard, the Super Bowl-winning Seahawks have to go down in history as the greatest teams in history, but it doesn’t mean the Seahawks are the best team in the game.
It just means they are one of the most famous, as the team has been known since 1948.
Here are the 10 best teams of all time, in no particular order.
The Buffalo Bills (1952-54) The Bills were the first team to win three Super Bowls in four years, and the team won the most Super Bowl victories of all-time.
They were the only team to do so in the 1950s and ’60s.
In the late ’50s and early ’60S, the Bills were known for their quarterback, Joe Montana.
He was a dynamic playmaker who was able to get the ball to receivers, like Larry Fitzgerald, who was already starting his career at the time.
Montana also excelled in a number of different roles, including running the ball, and was able not only to win a Super Series championship but also win a Heisman Trophy as a college football player.
The Bills won the Superbowl twice in a row, in 1956 and 1962.
Montana led the NFL in rushing for four years in a span of 13 years, from 1955-59, and in 1961, he led the league in rushing yards, averaging 4.2 yards per carry.
The team was the second-best team in NFL history during his time, but they weren’t the best, either.
The second-worst team, the Detroit Lions, had a losing record the entire 1960s and led the AFL in both scoring (1,095 points) and total offense (2,087 points).
The Bills finished last in the AFC in 1963, and finished last during the 1960s.
The Lions won the title in 1964, but lost to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl VI.
The two teams met in the playoffs in 1969, but the Patriots beat the Bills to win the Lombardi Trophy.
The Bengals were a team that finished last throughout the league during the ’60 and ’70s, but that changed in the 1970s, when the team went to the Superdome and the playoffs.
Cincinnati beat the Steelers and the Rams to win its first Super Bowl title.
It’s hard to imagine any team having won three Super Brackets during the period in which the team was based in Cincinnati.
The teams that won two or more Super Bowl titles are all represented on this list.
Nine of the 10 Super Bowl winners were from the AFC, and four of the teams were from NFC West or NFC East.
The only team from the NFC that did not win a championship was the New York Giants, which finished last all-around during the decade.
The Denver Broncos (1999-present) The Denver Nuggets were the team that won a championship in the 2001-02 season.
The franchise was known for being the team with the best record in the NBA.
The Nuggets won six straight playoff series from 1997-2000, winning the 2002 Western Conference championship before losing in the conference finals in three straight games.
They had an impressive streak in the playoff era, going 6-3 in the regular season and making the playoffs three times in four seasons.
The league was also the only one that did it in a decade, but this was the first decade in which a team was a championship team.
The 2007-08 season was a disaster for the Nuggets, as they missed the playoffs for the first time since 1998.
The 2009-10 season was the beginning of the end for the franchise.
The NBA lockout shortened the season, but Denver won a franchise-record seven playoff games, finishing fourth in the West and the NBA’s most improved team since the 1970-71 season.
They won their first playoff series since 2000 in the Western Conference finals, beating the Utah Jazz in six games, before losing to the Denver Nuggets in seven games.
The season ended with the Nuggets losing in seven to the Golden State Warriors in the 2015 NBA Finals.
The following season, the Nuggets made the playoffs again, losing in five games to the Houston Rockets.
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