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TroyArcher
12-25-2011, 03:43 PM
Wait, I know the answer, NO!!!!

miked1958
12-25-2011, 09:10 PM
Wait, I know the answer, NO!!!!
No they are still dusting an empty trophy case

SweetZombieJesus
12-25-2011, 11:15 PM
No but they won an NFL Championship when this man was President

http://www.loti.com/sixties_history/images/DwightDEisenhower_circa1956.jpg

flamethrower
12-26-2011, 09:38 PM
No but they won an NFL Championship when this man was President

http://www.loti.com/sixties_history/images/DwightDEisenhower_circa1956.jpg

1 small detail. They beat the Packers with Vince Lombardi as Head Coach. The only team that managed to do that.

miked1958
12-26-2011, 10:50 PM
No but they won an NFL Championship when this man was President

http://www.loti.com/sixties_history/images/DwightDEisenhower_circa1956.jpg

1 small detail. They beat the Packers with Vince Lombardi as Head Coach. The only team that managed to do that.

So wait a minute. Are you saying the packers never lost a game while Lombardi was coaching them. Lol. Wow that's one record I must have missed. So how many unbeaten seasons odd he wind up with? Lok.
I think you meant he was flawless in the nfl championship games and two SBs other then Eagles beating his packers in one of the title games in 1960

miked1958
12-26-2011, 10:56 PM
I think his final record was something like 3-1 in nfl title games and 2-0 in SBs. So u were right. The eagles were the only team to defeat him in title type games? Which would also mean he never lost a playoff game. Not sure on that but pretty certain he won em all.

Every team he led to playoffs wound up in a title game or SB, so the answer is he was flawless in playoff games.

Man and we gave him up and Tom Landry. Wow

IamGiantsfan
12-27-2011, 12:01 AM
I think his final record was something like 3-1 in nfl title games and 2-0 in SBs. So u were right. The eagles were the only team to defeat him in title type games? Which would also mean he never lost a playoff game. Not sure on that but pretty certain he won em all.

Every team he led to playoffs wound up in a title game or SB, so the answer is he was flawless in playoff games.

Man and we gave him up and Tom Landry. Wow
We also gave up Bill Belicheck and Sean Payton

IamGiantsfan
12-27-2011, 12:01 AM
I think his final record was something like 3-1 in nfl title games and 2-0 in SBs. So u were right. The eagles were the only team to defeat him in title type games? Which would also mean he never lost a playoff game. Not sure on that but pretty certain he won em all.

Every team he led to playoffs wound up in a title game or SB, so the answer is he was flawless in playoff games.

Man and we gave him up and Tom Landry. Wow
We also gave up Bill Belicheck and Sean Payton

SweetZombieJesus
12-27-2011, 08:53 AM
1 small detail. They beat the Packers with Vince Lombardi as Head Coach. The only team that managed to do that.


Impressive but somewhat irrelevant... Made more so by the fact that it came at the beginning of Lombardi's run not in the middle of it. IIRC 5 championships in 7 years, 3 in a row.

G-men lost to him twice in '61 and '62.

GOBIGBLUE52
12-30-2011, 01:25 PM
I think his final record was something like 3-1 in nfl title games and 2-0 in SBs. So u were right. The eagles were the only team to defeat him in title type games? Which would also mean he never lost a playoff game. Not sure on that but pretty certain he won em all.

Every team he led to playoffs wound up in a title game or SB, so the answer is he was flawless in playoff games.

Man and we gave him up and Tom Landry. Wow
We also gave up Bill Belicheck and Sean Payton

Hindsight is 20/20. Belicheck's first gig with the Browns was a disaster and Sean Payton was such a mediocre coordinator that he was eventually stripped of his playcalling duties in 2002. I remember laughing when the Saints hired him.

miked1958
12-30-2011, 03:12 PM
I think his final record was something like 3-1 in nfl title games and 2-0 in SBs. So u were right. The eagles were the only team to defeat him in title type games? Which would also mean he never lost a playoff game. Not sure on that but pretty certain he won em all.

Every team he led to playoffs wound up in a title game or SB, so the answer is he was flawless in playoff games.

Man and we gave him up and Tom Landry. Wow
We also gave up Bill Belicheck and Sean Payton

Hindsight is 20/20. Belicheck's first gig with the Browns was a disaster and Sean Payton was such a mediocre coordinator that he was eventually stripped of his playcalling duties in 2002. I remember laughing when the Saints hired him.

Yes but they both turned out okay though with something like 4 or 5 super bowl titles between them.

miked1958
12-30-2011, 03:12 PM
I think his final record was something like 3-1 in nfl title games and 2-0 in SBs. So u were right. The eagles were the only team to defeat him in title type games? Which would also mean he never lost a playoff game. Not sure on that but pretty certain he won em all.

Every team he led to playoffs wound up in a title game or SB, so the answer is he was flawless in playoff games.

Man and we gave him up and Tom Landry. Wow
We also gave up Bill Belicheck and Sean Payton

Hindsight is 20/20. Belicheck's first gig with the Browns was a disaster and Sean Payton was such a mediocre coordinator that he was eventually stripped of his playcalling duties in 2002. I remember laughing when the Saints hired him.

Yes but they both turned out okay though with something like 4 or 5 super bowl titles between them.