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    Dynasties... How many were there?

    Since the merger of the AFL and NFL, how many teams went to more than 3 superbowls in a 10 year span and who were they?

    How many teams went to 3 or more consecutive superbowls in a 10 year span and who were they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FINintheMOON
    Since the merger of the AFL and NFL, how many teams went to more than 3 superbowls in a 10 year span and who were they?

    How many teams went to 3 or more consecutive superbowls in a 10 year span and who were they?
    since 1970, these teams have gone to more than three SB in a 10 year span since merger (6)

    Dallas, 1970-1978 (70,71,75,77,78)
    Pittsburgh, 1974-1979 (74,75,78,79)
    Washington 1982-1991 (82,83,87,91)
    San Francisco 1981-1989 (81,84,88,89)
    Buffalo 1990-1993 (90,91,92,93)
    New England 1996-2004 (96,01,03,04)

    I think that`s all of them. I wouldn`t consider Buffalo a dinasty (no titles) but you just said teams that WENT to the SB. the 90`s cowboys are considered a dinasty, but they only went to three SBs

    as for the second question, only two teams have gone to three or more straight SBs and those are Miami, 1971-1973 and Buffalo, 1990-1993.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phin19
    since 1970, these teams have gone to more than three SB in a 10 year span since merger (6)

    Dallas, 1970-1978 (70,71,75,77,78)
    Pittsburgh, 1974-1979 (74,75,78,79)
    Washington 1982-1991 (82,83,87,91)
    San Francisco 1981-1989 (81,84,88,89)
    Buffalo 1990-1993 (90,91,92,93)
    New England 1996-2004 (96,01,03,04)

    I think that`s all of them. I wouldn`t consider Buffalo a dinasty (no titles) but you just said teams that WENT to the SB. the 90`s cowboys are considered a dinasty, but they only went to three SBs

    as for the second question, only two teams have gone to three or more straight SBs and those are Miami, 1971-1973 and Buffalo, 1990-1993.


    id say youve got it covered there for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phin19 View Post
    since 1970, these teams have gone to more than three SB in a 10 year span since merger (6)

    Dallas, 1970-1978 (70,71,75,77,78)
    Pittsburgh, 1974-1979 (74,75,78,79)
    Washington 1982-1991 (82,83,87,91)
    San Francisco 1981-1989 (81,84,88,89)
    Buffalo 1990-1993 (90,91,92,93)
    New England 1996-2004 (96,01,03,04)
    I find it odd that you consider the Pats 10 year dynasty from 96-04 instead of 01-07.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDon74 View Post
    I find it odd that you consider the Pats 10 year dynasty from 96-04 instead of 01-07.
    lol I posted that in january 2006, But you're right 01-07 makes a lot more sense today.
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    how is buffalo not a dynasty? no other team has done (or in all liklihood will do) what they did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mnofdichotomy View Post
    how is buffalo not a dynasty? no other team has done (or in all liklihood will do) what they did.
    No doubt is it impressive, but they were never the best and I think that is very important when considering dynasties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mnofdichotomy View Post
    how is buffalo not a dynasty? no other team has done (or in all liklihood will do) what they did.
    What? Lose FOUR Super Bowls in a row? You're right. That will probably NEVER be done again.


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    The Vikings went to four Super Bowls in the 70s.

    69-70 vs. KC (Super Bowl IV)
    73-74 vs. MIA (Super Bowl VIII)
    74-75 vs. PIT (Super Bowl IX)
    76-77 vs. OAK (Super Bowl XI)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FINintheMOON View Post
    Since the merger of the AFL and NFL, how many teams went to more than 3 superbowls in a 10 year span and who were they?

    How many teams went to 3 or more consecutive superbowls in a 10 year span and who were they?
    Going to 3 SBs in a 10 year span is not a dynasty.
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