Tag Archives: NFL since 1970

Early March: 2017 NFL Year Has Kicked-Off / General Info For New Year/ Congrats N.E.

March 7, 2017

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Thanks for checking into the blog for all things NFL team history. 2016 was a tremendous year for book sales of NFL SINCE 1970 and while my team did not make it back-to-back for Super Bowl titles I still enjoyed the entire season. The 2017 edition is very close to becoming available so please send […]

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Pittsburgh Steelers 1970-2015: Best Team in Professional Sports In That Time Frame?

July 26, 2016

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This Pittsburgh Steeler blog is an update on an earlier version from back when I started my quest to create a series of blogs on the history of all 32 NFL teams since the merger. Interrupting my process on working through all teams for two reasons. First, the Steelers are too good of a team […]

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Washington Redskins Hanging on in Top 10 of Winning Percentage of All Regular Season Games Since Merger

April 7, 2016

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The Washington Redskins history since the NFL became the NFC in 1970 is your basic example of an organization staying relevant off past success. In the the stat of how they rank in winning percentage over the last 712 games since that 1970 merger they maintain a respectable #10 ranking. On the other hand, the […]

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Seattle Seahawks End 1st Season As Winning Organization In All Regular Season Games

January 4, 2016

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It took all of the 40 seasons in their history but the Seattle Seahawks are now a winning franchise. When you divide their 315 wins by the 628 games played since joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an expansion team for the 1976 season you get a .502 winning percentage. The 2013 Seahawk Super Bowl […]

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50 Wins In Manning Era Added To Many Great Bronco Numbers To End 2015 Regular Season

January 4, 2016

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It’s fitting Peyton Manning had a say in how the 2015 season came to a close for the Denver Broncos. Since he became a Bronco four seasons ago the Broncos have managed to light up the standings for a regular season record of 50-14. The New England Patriots won 52 in the four years ending […]

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Green Bay Packers: Quarterbacks The Force Behind Climb Into Top 10

October 29, 2015

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Since the merger the Green Bay Packers may have a slight edge on being the best example of one guy pulling a team from the depths of the losing side of NFL Since 1970 to the winning side. (Colts and Patriots fans may want to chat about that) Lindy Infante passed away less than a […]

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Baltimore Ravens: Loads of History in 20 Years Of Football

October 22, 2015

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I try to keep in mind the young reader that may not have taken the time to learn what they missed by not being around for major NFL historical changes. The Baltimore Ravens are the end result of the city’s background that covers 3 different franchises and the turmoil they have put fans through. The […]

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New England Patriots Continue Up The Rankings Of Wins Since ’70 At Crazy Pace

September 24, 2015

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The New England Patriots took over the #6 spot in winning percentage of all regular season games played since 1970. Opening the 2015 season they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Francisco 49ers clobbered the Minnesota Viking team that dropped to #7. A week late the Vikings got past the Detroit Lions but the […]

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Minnesota Vikings Remain In Top 6 Of Winning Percentage Since Merger But For How Long?

August 26, 2015

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  ¬†Minnesota Vikings are a near-great NFL franchise! From 1970 to 1999 only the 1984 & 1990 teams lost 10 or more games. Since 2000, 6 Viking clubs have lost 10 or more games. ¬†They are holding off the team that has won 4 Super Bowls since the turn of the century in the stat […]

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San Francisco 49ers Holding steady at 5th spot in winning percentage since merger

August 24, 2015

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              NFL Since 1970 the publication tracks not only how teams do annually in win/lose percentage rankings but it also follows up the 45 seasons with pages of each decade compiled. Shown are the four completed decades, half completed current decade and new for 2015 is the page showing […]

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