Re: Lakers universally acclaimed as the NBA'S greatest franchise
posted at 8/10/2011 5:56 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Lakers universally acclaimed as the NBA'S greatest franchise
[QUOTE]MAJIC MVP, What DOES THIS SAY BELOW YOU....BOTH TITLES DONT COUNT TOGETHER....The titles are listed separate..........[/QUOTE]
Most Seasons League Champion
13 Green Bay, 1929-1931, 1936, 1939, 1944, 1961-62, 1965-67, 1996, 2010
9 Chi. Bears, 1921, 1932-33, 1940-41, 1943, 1946, 1963, 1985
7 N.Y. Giants, 1927, 1934, 1938, 1956, 1986, 1990, 2007
Most Consecutive Seasons League Champions
3 Green Bay 1929-31
Green Bay 1965-67
List separate? Then what does "League Champions" mean to you?
BECAUSE THEY WERNT THE NFL AS WE KNOW IT LEAGUE...with a SB that brings you a champ......... YOUR LINK MADE MY POINT......THE SB...MATTERS MORE...... [/QUOTE]
Please stop your ignorance here. You are showing us more and more you have no clue about the NFL.
"Most Seasons League Champion"
It's a fact that the NFL counts the pre-SB champs, whether you like that fact or not.
Of course, I like your "The SB....MATTERS MORE". That's why I said the championship since the Golden era (Bird/Magic) MATTERS MORE than the bush league championships in the Russell era.
After the merger, the Super Bowl became the NFL's championship game. Since there is this has . The number in the parentheses is the total number of Super Bowl championships and the bolded number in parentheses is the total number of league championships.)
Posted by DoctorCO[/QUOTE]
What parenthesis? I only see
13 Green Bay
9 Chi. Bears
7 New York Giants
Yep, keep imagining that there are parethesis. But I like your "SB ... MATTERS MORE". It's what matters that counts, not the # championships...