The Greatest Franchises In NFL History

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Triumphs attract followers, although there are teams that do not win a while nothing and continue with the backing of the most loyal fans, but poorly paid. In the NFL there are a few of these, and if you do not believe, review the following list:

10. New Orleans Saints

Jacksonville Jaguars v New Orleans Saints
Drew Brees’ explosive offense and winning the Super Bowl in 2009 boosted the black-and-gold team in the top-10 of popularity, and although they have finished with a record in three of the last four years, his legion does not Leaves

9. San Francisco 49ers

Green Bay Packers v San Francisco 49ers
The franchise of the eighties, with Joe Montana at the top, continues to drag people thanks to the good market that represents the Californian bay. Despite the support, the last two harvests have been disappointing, and more so after playing the Super Bowl in 2013.

8. New York Giants

Houston Texans v New York Giants
Eli Manning has again put the franchise on the radar of fans with the good campaigns they have had in the last decade, including two victories in the Super Bowl (2007 and 2011), although they have three failed seasons.

7. Chicago Bears

Detroit Lions v Chicago Bears
The city loves sport by its nature, and the Bears are spoiled, despite having only won a Super Bowl, that of the historic defensive machine of 1985. With more than 30 years without a ring, the support of their faithful fans Continues without breaking.

6. Seattle Seahawks

St. Louis Rams v Seattle Seahawks
Although he is a team with more than 40 years of foundation, they have been the last ten best ones of its history, with several consecutive appearances in the playoff and a ring of Super Bowl, in 2013. Russell Wilson and the secondary defensive attract more Fans year after year.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers

Cleveland Browns v Pittsburgh Steelers
They are the only team to accumulate six Super Bowl victories, two of them in the last decade, and although they should be higher on this board, they are not such a constant team. Of course, its offensive in 2016 promises to attract the looks of many people to Heinz Field.

4. Denver Broncos

Super Bowl 50 – Carolina Panthers v Denver Broncos
Despite claiming the last Super Bowl title for them, losing retired Peyton Manning from his payroll takes away popularity points, as well as the huge mass of fans that move the top three. Anyway, they keep an important entourage.

3. New England Patriots

Pittsburgh Steelers v New England Patriots
Since the arrival of Bill Belichick head coach in 2000 they have only had one losing campaign – the first – and another more that did not reach the dozen victories (2002). Moreover, wins everywhere and four rings, and everyone likes the winners.

2. Green Bay Packers

Divisional Playoffs – Dallas Cowboys v Green Bay Packers
Although the city hardly counts with 104,057 inhabitants, this franchise fell in love with good part of the country from that equipment of Vince Lombardi that gained the first two Super Bowl of history. Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers have kept that flame alive.

1. Dallas Cowboys

Philadelphia Eagles v Dallas Cowboys
The American team continues to reign in the hearts of fans, although for more than 20 years it has not done so in the NFL. This year, if Tony Romo stays healthy, they will make it to the playoffs, but they already have to win the sixth Super Bowl ring.

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