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G-Menace
01-13-2010, 01:00 AM
<font size="4">It's been 5116 effin days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</font>

http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg

Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.

DeeEffDubs
01-13-2010, 01:03 AM
My name is Adam, and I approve this thread.

Giantz4Life
01-13-2010, 01:18 AM
If I was a Dallas fan and they don't at least make it to the Super Bowl I'd wanna off myself.

*hint hint*

gmen2009
01-13-2010, 01:21 AM
go Vikings or the Saints, whoever knocks them off first.

listenup
01-13-2010, 01:15 PM
BUMP

Giants Of New Jersey
01-13-2010, 01:16 PM
lmao to this thread

romohater
01-13-2010, 01:24 PM
NICE BUMP</P>


dallas sucks</P>


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DimBoys
01-13-2010, 01:25 PM
<FONT size=4>It's been 5100 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</FONT> http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.</P>


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How many days since your last *** whooping?????? are you Due???</P>

listenup
01-13-2010, 01:29 PM
<FONT size=4>It's been 5100 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</FONT> http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.</P>


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How many days since your last *** whooping?????? are you Due???</P>http://fast1.onesite.com/community.foxsports.com/user/listen-up/rivals/2f946d364af748aaaafc043a294832d8.jpg?v=173460

listenup
01-13-2010, 01:29 PM
<FONT size=4>It's been 5100 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</FONT> http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.</P>


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How many days since your last *** whooping?????? are you Due???</P>http://fast1.onesite.com/community.foxsports.com/user/listen-up/rivals/2f946d364af748aaaafc043a294832d8.jpg?v=173460

romohater
01-13-2010, 01:37 PM
<FONT size=4>It's been 5100 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</FONT> http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.</P>


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How many days since your last *** whooping?????? are you Due???</P>


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props for not writing "do" or "dew"...that GED is really paying off</P>

AmericanRitual
01-13-2010, 02:13 PM
bah

G-Menace
01-13-2010, 08:00 PM
<FONT size=4>It's been 5100 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</FONT> http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.</P>


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How many days since your last *** whooping?????? are you Due???</P>

awww. J.A. ... like the Eagles.... it's never happened.....but feel free to step up to get your teeth knocked out your rectum... err throat or whatever that is that spews ish all over the place...

G-Menace
01-13-2010, 08:06 PM
<FONT size=4>It's been 5100 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</FONT> http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.</P>


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How many days since your last *** whooping?????? are you Due???</P>http://fast1.onesite.com/community.foxsports.com/user/listen-up/rivals/2f946d364af748aaaafc043a294832d8.jpg?v=173460

lolzz ... one of the best pics ever made. ;)

blueomaha
01-13-2010, 08:10 PM
<font size="4">It's been 5100 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</font>

http://www.stacksandstacks.com/blog/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/congratulations.jpg

Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.the saga continues...

TheBlueGiant
01-13-2010, 08:21 PM
Go Vikes!!!!!

G-Menace
01-14-2010, 02:32 AM
<FONT size=4>It's been 5101 days since the Cowboys won a Superbowl!</FONT>

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Bumped daily until failure and twice there after.

bizzumpity bump.

romohater
01-14-2010, 03:46 PM
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cruehead
01-14-2010, 07:06 PM
the last time I read a thread like this was when you little blue muffins were counting the days Dallas last won a playoff.......that streak ended.</P>


now you people are starting one for the super bowl? go ahead, add some good kharma for Dallas. works for me.</P>

Redeyejedi
01-14-2010, 07:16 PM
http://forum.i3d.net/attachments/main-cup/943176855-source-cup-bump.jpg</P>


Those are 2 big</P>

G-Menace
01-14-2010, 07:57 PM
the last time I read a thread like this was when you little blue muffins were counting the days Dallas last won a playoff.......that streak ended.</P>


now you people are starting one for the super bowl? go ahead, add some good kharma for Dallas. works for me.</P>

Listen quick flap mcCrap..... scroll about 7-10 threads down, this is in response to your fellow cowgash-wholes thread

G-Menace
01-14-2010, 08:12 PM
the last time I read a thread like this was when you little blue muffins were counting the days Dallas last won a playoff.......that streak ended.</P>


now you people are starting one for the super bowl? go ahead, add some good kharma for Dallas. works for me.</P>

Listen quick flap mcCrap..... scroll about 7-10 threads down, this is in response to your fellow cowgash-wholes thread

All smack talk aside, congrats. Make the NFCE proud...

romohater
01-14-2010, 08:31 PM
the last time I read a thread like this was when you little blue muffins were counting the days Dallas last won a playoff.......that streak ended.</P>


now you people are starting one for the super bowl? go ahead, add some good kharma for Dallas. works for me.</P>


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I was hoping you wouldn't be able to post here after you fixed your pc.</P>

G-Menace
01-14-2010, 08:41 PM
the last time I read a thread like this was when you little blue muffins were counting the days Dallas last won a playoff.......that streak ended.</P>


now you people are starting one for the super bowl? go ahead, add some good kharma for Dallas. works for me.</P>


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I was hoping you wouldn't be able to post here after you fixed your pc.</P>

PC works great once you clean the penguin crap out of it

cruehead
01-14-2010, 11:25 PM
the last time I read a thread like this was when you little blue muffins were counting the days Dallas last won a playoff.......that streak ended.</P>


now you people are starting one for the super bowl? go ahead, add some good kharma for Dallas. works for me.</P>


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I was hoping you wouldn't be able to post here after you fixed your pc.</P>


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you're having a bad year aint ya? </P>

G-Menace
01-15-2010, 04:57 AM
BUMP!
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5102

GiantsWinAlltime
01-15-2010, 11:12 AM
There are a lot of teams that did not win one in a long time. How about the 49ers? They was one of the teams that have not won a Superbowl in a long time.

LT= Lawrence Taylor
01-15-2010, 11:29 AM
On the subject of giving our rivals a hard time, how's this for Eagle fans???

It has been

17,918 days or 49 years and 21 days since the Eagles won a championship.

That can be converted to the following time units:

1,548,115,200 seconds

25,801,920 minutes

430,032 hours

2559 weeks

DAMN

G-Menace
01-15-2010, 10:11 PM
There are a lot of teams that did not win one in a long time. How about the 49ers? They was one of the teams that have not won a Superbowl in a long time.

plenty of teams that haven't won in a long time but they don't come here acting like they parted the Red Sea.... don't be mistaken.... this is strictly in response to a particular cow-gash fan.

G-Menace
01-16-2010, 01:23 AM
Bump

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romohater
01-16-2010, 02:43 AM
There are a lot of teams that did not win one in a long time. How about the 49ers? They was one of the teams that have not won a Superbowl in a long time.</P>


THIS IS AN OBVIOUS ANTI-COWBOYS THREAD! GWTFP!</P>


get with the ****ing program</P>

G-Menace
01-17-2010, 11:17 AM
<FONT size=4>5105 days</FONT>


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listenup
01-17-2010, 12:59 PM
<FONT size=4>5104 days</FONT> http://tippinthescales.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/man-i-feel-old-too-many-candles-in-this-cake.jpgLOL

G-Menace
01-17-2010, 04:52 PM
HAHAHA

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G-Menace
01-18-2010, 12:04 AM
<FONT size=4>5105 days</FONT>


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AmericanRitual
01-18-2010, 10:20 AM
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LOL @ JJ. Man, he must be pissed this morning.

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ny06
01-18-2010, 10:22 AM
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listenup
01-18-2010, 04:05 PM
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listenup
01-19-2010, 03:49 PM
BUMP!

sharick88
01-19-2010, 03:53 PM
<FONT size=4>5105 days</FONT> http://tippinthescales.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/man-i-feel-old-too-many-candles-in-this-cake.jpg</P>


How many days since the Eagles' last championship. Some add that up!</P>

casvdry
01-19-2010, 06:51 PM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.

KennyPhilips1
01-19-2010, 07:10 PM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.


someones panty's are in a bunch

casvdry
01-19-2010, 07:12 PM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.


someones panty's are in a bunch

Pretty much reality, but whatever.

That was a Grade A Romo play and you know it, Eli scrambles around and chunks the ball up and Tyree catches it against his helmet.

Great feel good story and as much as I hate you snobs I'd still rather it happened the way it did then to see the perfect pats.

But let's be real here, if Romo scrambles and makes such a lucky play like that all of you guys would call it just that, luck.

KennyPhilips1
01-19-2010, 07:18 PM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.


someones panty's are in a bunch

Pretty much reality, but whatever.

That was a Grade A Romo play and you know it, Eli scrambles around and chunks the ball up and Tyree catches it against his helmet.

Great feel good story and as much as I hate you snobs I'd still rather it happened the way it did then to see the perfect pats.

But let's be real here, if Romo scrambles and makes such a lucky play like that all of you guys would call it just that, luck.


hey a downfield throw is a downfield throw. its not my fault david tyree has a great vertical jump and rodney harrison only supported his wieght as he was a couch

listenup
01-19-2010, 07:56 PM
https://images.onesite.com/community.foxsports.com/user/listen-up/rivals/262059fa5b75bedb32b58f4d615e33cd.jpg?v=122042

G-Menace
01-19-2010, 10:27 PM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.


my.. my ... someone is having trouble choking down that tall glass of fail........thankfully we don't need to think about the 'would' and 'if' ... Happy 5106th !

KennyPhilips1
01-19-2010, 10:39 PM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.


my.. my ... someone is having trouble choking down that tall glass of fail........thankfully we don't need to think about the 'would' and 'if' ... Happy 5106th !

couldnt have said it better myself

casvdry
01-20-2010, 07:49 AM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.


my.. my ... someone is having trouble choking down that tall glass of fail........thankfully we don't need to think about the 'would' and 'if' ... Happy 5106th !

Fail? After 5-0 it was time for yet another Superbowl and the division crown was to come easy. Talk about fail. Cowboys weren't even supposed to make the playoffs, remember?

Romo was supposed to REGRESS without TO, remember? Every QB who lost TO regressed, remember?

I'd say the Cowboys far outperformed YOUR FANS expectations :)

casvdry
01-20-2010, 07:52 AM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, you don't judge franchises on the number of days it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 11:40 AM
And just think.. How long would we need to look back at the Giants last Superbowl victory if not for a sure fire INT missed by Samuels and a freak catch.


And imagine <font size="6" color="#ff0000"><u>IF</u></font> Phony Oh-No didn't throw this pass. Thanks for wasting your 13-3 season to be a link in the chain of our miraculous run.

http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2008/01/13/sports/14giants_slide1.jpg

PorkNBeans
01-20-2010, 12:51 PM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, you don't judge franchises on the number of days it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


Survey says.... buzzzzzzzzzz wrong.
Modern era would be classified from 2000 on, last decade is not considered modern era which guess what the Giants have one up on the cow ***s and we also have beaten Dallas 13 times since 2000 and lost to them 8 times. Giants also visited the Super Bowl twice this decade winning it once, Dallas has had 1 playoff victory this era.

casvdry
01-20-2010, 01:12 PM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, you don't judge franchises on the number of days it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


Survey says.... buzzzzzzzzzz wrong.
Modern era would be classified from 2000 on, last decade is not considered modern era which guess what the Giants have one up on the cow ***s and we also have beaten Dallas 13 times since 2000 and lost to them 8 times. Giants also visited the Super Bowl twice this decade winning it once, Dallas has had 1 playoff victory this era.


Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..

PorkNBeans
01-20-2010, 01:20 PM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, you don't judge franchises on the number of days it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


Survey says.... buzzzzzzzzzz wrong.
Modern era would be classified from 2000 on, last decade is not considered modern era which guess what the Giants have one up on the cow ***s and we also have beaten Dallas 13 times since 2000 and lost to them 8 times. Giants also visited the Super Bowl twice this decade winning it once, Dallas has had 1 playoff victory this era.


Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


I'll ride that magical 2007 season, i'll take that as it is more than your Cowboys have done this era. Giants 1 Cowboys 0 this era. You know the era that you said, the modern era not the era you want to fantasize about but go ahead and dust off the 1990 tapes and while you're at it pop int he Fresh Prince of Bel air and sport your MC hammer pants because all of those things are still in style since it is the modern era as you so proclaim.

By the way Einstein the telephone was invented in 1800's.

casvdry
01-20-2010, 01:35 PM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, you don't judge franchises on the number of days it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


Survey says.... buzzzzzzzzzz wrong.
Modern era would be classified from 2000 on, last decade is not considered modern era which guess what the Giants have one up on the cow ***s and we also have beaten Dallas 13 times since 2000 and lost to them 8 times. Giants also visited the Super Bowl twice this decade winning it once, Dallas has had 1 playoff victory this era.


Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


I'll ride that magical 2007 season, i'll take that as it is more than your Cowboys have done this era. Giants 1 Cowboys 0 this era. You know the era that you said, the modern era not the era you want to fantasize about but go ahead and dust off the 1990 tapes and while you're at it pop int he Fresh Prince of Bel air and sport your MC hammer pants because all of those things are still in style since it is the modern era as you so proclaim.

By the way Einstein the telephone was invented in 1800's.


Perhaps I should have been more technical and said cell phone seeings as how you're so technical and all.

And I'll quote Cowboys Fan from Asia signature.

5 &gt; 3, analyze that.

Thanks.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 03:35 PM
We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


Wow, you're ignorant of NFL history, but we already knew that.

In 1927, when the Giants won their first championship, there were 12 teams (same number as there were when the Cowboys were created in 1960).

How do you define "modern"? Is your crusty 1971 Super Bowl "modern"?

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 03:43 PM
Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


Wow Cavs you're ignorant.

Telephone was invented in 1875.

I like how you can't define "modern". Did people have microwaves and answering machines when the Cowbortions won in 1971 and 1977? Back when the season was only 14 weeks long, there was one less round of playoffs, and there were only 26 teams? Oh, but that's "modern", right? It has to be modern because you want to count it.

Technically the guy who said 2000 is right, go back to the division realignment and current playoff format.

Nobody has won more than 3 Super Bowls since 1985. That's 25 years, modern enough to have a good sample.

casvdry
01-20-2010, 03:44 PM
Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


Wow Cavs you're ignorant.

Telephone was invented in 1875.

I like how you can't define "modern". Did people have microwaves and answering machines when the Cowbortions won in 1971 and 1977? Back when the season was only 14 weeks long, there was one less round of playoffs, and there were only 26 teams? Oh, but that's "modern", right? It has to be modern because you want to count it.

Technically the guy who said 2000 is right, go back to the division realignment and current playoff format.

Nobody has won more than 3 Super Bowls since 1985. That's 25 years, modern enough to have a good sample.



Again, we're talking Superbowls here. Try and follow along.

5 &gt; 3.

Next.

Lemay92
01-20-2010, 03:48 PM
bah Lmao i have to admit i like your signature

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 03:54 PM
Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.


Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


Wow Cavs you're ignorant.

Telephone was invented in 1875.

I like how you can't define "modern". Did people have microwaves and answering machines when the Cowbortions won in 1971 and 1977? Back when the season was only 14 weeks long, there was one less round of playoffs, and there were only 26 teams, before free agency? Oh, but that's "modern", right? It has to be modern because you want to count it.

What if someone else defines "modern" as having a cell phone and Google existing. There's a whole generation of Cowbortion fans who have grown up without seeing the Cows win a championship. Guess what, to the current generation of new fans we have 1 SB win in 2 appearances, you have 0 in 0 appearances.

Technically the guy who said 2000 is right, go back to the division realignment and current playoff format.

Nobody has won more than 3 Super Bowls since 1985. That's 25 years, modern enough to have a good sample.



Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or I can enjoy that my team has been good consistantly throughout the span of 9 decades. And I can look up the most championships on the NFL website (http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/team/championships) and find this, sadly the Cowbortions don't make the cut:

<table class="history_legends" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"><tbody><tr class="header_year"><th class="name" colspan="2"><span class="floatLeft">Team Records: Championships</span><span class="notation">
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<td>Green Bay, 1929-1931, 1936, 1939, 1944, 1961-62, 1965-67, 1996</td>
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SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 03:59 PM
Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


Wow Cavs you're ignorant.

Telephone was invented in 1875.

I like how you can't define "modern". Did people have microwaves and answering machines when the Cowbortions won in 1971 and 1977? Back when the season was only 14 weeks long, there was one less round of playoffs, and there were only 26 teams? Oh, but that's "modern", right? It has to be modern because you want to count it.

Technically the guy who said 2000 is right, go back to the division realignment and current playoff format.

Nobody has won more than 3 Super Bowls since 1985. That's 25 years, modern enough to have a good sample.



Again, we're talking Superbowls here. Try and follow along.

5 &gt; 3.

Next.


What, those ancient ones from 1971 and 1977 actually count?

If I talk championships (the number of times my team has stood at the top of professional football and got the trophy),

7 &gt; 5

next.

1971 and 1977? Wasn't there like bell bottoms and big gas guzzling cars and hostages and disco and stuff? Oh yeah those old farts in Led Zeppelin were still together and The Who was young and exciting. Is that really "modern"? Nobody had microwaves in 1971, nobody had cell phones in 1977. Most people got TV through rabbit ears back then. AT&amp;T was still a monopoly. Personal Computers didn't even exist yet.

How many have you won in the last generation? None? You have a generation of fans who have grown up championshipless.




Perhaps I should have been more technical and said cell phone seeings as how you're so technical and all.



How many people had cell phones in 1995? I think I got my first one in 1997 and it was a big chunky analog one.

casvdry
01-20-2010, 04:11 PM
Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


Wow Cavs you're ignorant.

Telephone was invented in 1875.

I like how you can't define "modern". Did people have microwaves and answering machines when the Cowbortions won in 1971 and 1977? Back when the season was only 14 weeks long, there was one less round of playoffs, and there were only 26 teams? Oh, but that's "modern", right? It has to be modern because you want to count it.

Technically the guy who said 2000 is right, go back to the division realignment and current playoff format.

Nobody has won more than 3 Super Bowls since 1985. That's 25 years, modern enough to have a good sample.



Again, we're talking Superbowls here. Try and follow along.

5 &gt; 3.

Next.


And if I talk championships (the number of times my team has stood at the top of professional football),

7 &gt; 5

next.

1971 and 1977? Wasn't there like bell bottoms and big gas guzzling cars and hostages and disco and stuff? Oh yeah those old farts in Led Zeppelin were still together. Is that really "modern"? Nobody had microwaves in 1971, nobody had cell phones in 1977. Most people got TV through rabbit ears back then.

How many have you won in the last generation? None? You have a generation of fans who have grown up championshipless.




Perhaps I should have been more technical and said cell phone seeings as how you're so technical and all.



How many people had cell phones in 1995? I think I got my first one in 1997 and it was a big chunky analog one.


Counting 'championships' isn't the same as Superbowls, sorry.

We don't hear about any teams Championships when they talk about that team on television. It's all about the Superbowl.

Counting the championships you have is like including the amount of times you beat your 3 year old nephew into the sum of games you've won in scrabble. No one does it, for good reason.

No one cares that your team was the better one when 10 teams were in the NFL, haha. Now let's try this one more time, read slowly, 5 &gt; 3

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 04:15 PM
Counting 'championships' isn't the same as Superbowls, sorry.

According to the NFL it is. Have a look. http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/team/championships

And oh my, look what I found on the Packers' official website

http://images.packers.com/images/history_2004/champions_top.jpg



We don't hear about any teams Championships when they talk about that team on television. It's all about the Superbowl.

The educated announcers do (you know, the ones who have some clue who this "Vince Lombardi" guy who one 5 championships in 8 years was). The average idiot announcer is talking to the beer-swilling idiot Cowboy fan who thinks the NFL started in 1960. It's best to talk down to them.



Counting the championships you have is like including the amount of times you beat your 3 year old nephew into the sum of games you've won in scrabble. No one does it, for good reason.

Funny, the NFL does. See the link.

How many championships did the Cowbortions win from 1960-1967? None? I bet they'd count if they won something before SB I.

What were the Cowboys playing for in 1960, exercise? You think any of them wanted to win the championship? Nah, they don't count. It's like beating up your sister.

That's just incredibly freaking stupid. You spit on the legacy of great coaches like Vince Lombardi and all the great players and coaches that came before them. But what else can we expect, Cowboy fans think they're the center of the universe when they just aren't.

What other sport doesn't count championships when the league in fact existed and played the season? Did the NFL play ball in that year? Yes? Somebody won the championship. It's not that hard. They weren't playing for free shoulder pads.



No one cares that your team was the better one when 10 teams were in the NFL, haha. Now let's try this one more time, read slowly, 5 &gt; 3


And I don't really care about Landry's losers back when bell bottoms were in style and the season was only 14 games long.

So count 'em all, or only count the last 5-10 years.

Now, try again.

NFL started in 1920.

Giants champs 7 times.

7 &gt; 5

casvdry
01-20-2010, 04:21 PM
Counting 'championships' isn't the same as Superbowls, sorry.

According to the NFL it is. Have a look. http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/team/championships

And oh my, look what I found on the Packers' official website

http://images.packers.com/images/history_2004/champions_top.jpg



We don't hear about any teams Championships when they talk about that team on television. It's all about the Superbowl.

The educated announcers do (you know, the ones who have some clue who this "Vince Lombardi" guy was). The average idiot announcer is talking to the beer-swilling idiot Cowboy fan who thinks the NFL started in 1960.



Counting the championships you have is like including the amount of times you beat your 3 year old nephew into the sum of games you've won in scrabble. No one does it, for good reason.

Funny, the NFL does. See the link.

What other sport doesn't count championships when the league in fact existed and played the season?



No one cares that your team was the better one when 10 teams were in the NFL, haha. Now let's try this one more time, read slowly, 5 &gt; 3


And I don't really care about Landry's losers back when bell bottoms were in style and the season was only 14 games long.

So count 'em all, or only count the last 5-10 years.

Now, try again.

NFL started in 1920.

Giants champs 7 times.

7 &gt; 5


So then I shall play devils advocate for you, then.

Let's take your pathetic championships when 10 teams were around into the equation. But to be fair, we must average these out, since the Cowboys didn't come about until as you pointed out 1960. Your team, 1925. We average a 'championship/superbowl' every 9.8 years. Your team averages one every 12.

Now, which one is better.

Remember to read slowly.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 04:30 PM
So then I shall play devils advocate for you, then.

Let's take your pathetic championships when 10 teams were around into the equation. But to be fair, we must average these out, since the Cowboys didn't come about until as you pointed out 1960. Your team, 1925. We average a 'championship/superbowl' every 9.8 years. Your team averages one every 12.

Now, which one is better.

Remember to read slowly.


First, 10 years and 12 years isn't too much of a difference. Big whoop. In fact I'm sure you're very upset about the fact that we're so close to the mighty Cowboys.

The deceptive thing here is, the Giants were in the championship game a LOT. 45% of all championship games had the Giants in it. They played in 16 championship games from the first one in 1933 to the last one in 1966 (33 34 35 38 39 41 43 44 46 50 56 68 59 61 62 63). Sure, they "only" won 4 but still worth noting. They were in the championship game 6 times in 8 years (56 58 59 61 62 63), a dynasty that could have been.

Let's look at the last 5 years. Giants 1 SB, Cowboys 0
Let's look at the last 10 years. Giants 2 SB (1 Win), Cowboys 0
Let's look at the last 20 years. Giants 3 SB (2 Wins), Cowboys 3 SB (3 wins)
Let's look at the last 30 years. Giants 4 SB (3 wins), Cowboys 3 SB (3 wins)

In another thread I looked at our 2 teams since 1980. Giants had 14 playoff appearances and 3 SB wins, Cowboys had 16 playoff appearances and 3 SB wins.

I hope you read slowly. Take your time and read again.

Now, shall we argue over whether 1971 and 1977 are really relevant to the "modern" NFL?

You want to frame it so we go back far enough to include Landry but no farther.

I'm fine with counting the entire history of the league, or narrowing it down to recent history. Either way I win.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 04:35 PM
Let's take your pathetic championships when 10 teams were around into the equation.


I figured I should take the chance to shine a light on your ignorance.

1925 (first year of Giants play) - 20 teams in the NFL
1927 - 12 teams in the NFL
1934 - 11 teams in the NFL
1938 - 10 teams in the NFL
1956 - 12 teams in the NFL

1960 (first year of Cowboys play) - 13 teams in the NFL (Cowboys are #13)

I wonder if the Cowboys won a championship in their first year would it have been so "pathetic"

casvdry
01-20-2010, 04:40 PM
So then I shall play devils advocate for you, then.

Let's take your pathetic championships when 10 teams were around into the equation. But to be fair, we must average these out, since the Cowboys didn't come about until as you pointed out 1960. Your team, 1925. We average a 'championship/superbowl' every 9.8 years. Your team averages one every 12.

Now, which one is better.

Remember to read slowly.


First, 10 years and 12 years isn't too much of a difference. Big whoop. In fact I'm sure you're very upset about the fact that we're so close to the mighty Cowboys.

The deceptive thing here is, the Giants were in the championship game a LOT. 45% of all championship games had the Giants in it. They played in 16 championship games from the first one in 1933 to the last one in 1966 (33 34 35 38 39 41 43 44 46 50 56 68 59 61 62 63). Sure, they "only" won 4 but still worth noting. They were in the championship game 6 times in 8 years (56 58 59 61 62 63), a dynasty that could have been.

Let's look at the last 5 years. Giants 1 SB, Cowboys 0
Let's look at the last 10 years. Giants 2 SB (1 Win), Cowboys 0
Let's look at the last 20 years. Giants 3 SB (2 Wins), Cowboys 3 SB (3 wins)
Let's look at the last 30 years. Giants 4 SB (3 wins), Cowboys 3 SB (3 wins)

In another thread I looked at our 2 teams since 1980. Giants had 14 playoff appearances and 3 SB wins, Cowboys had 16 playoff appearances and 3 SB wins.

I hope you read slowly. Take your time and read again.

Now, shall we argue over whether 1971 and 1977 are really relevant to the "modern" NFL?

You want to frame it so we go back far enough to include Landry but no farther.

I'm fine with counting the entire history of the league, or narrowing it down to recent history. Either way I win.


Funny that you say "I want to go back..." when that's all Giants fans ever do is mold the scenario to suit their arguments.

Congratulations, your team was "dominant" in a time when the NFL included very few teams. I'm impressed, no really, I am.

I'd be interested in watching some of those championship games, complete with no audio and barely any rules to balance the game. I'm sure it'd be tons of fun.... not.

The modern era to me is the era in which you begun earning Lomardi trophies. Not because it's my own selective memory at work here, but because I could care less to hearken to the ages where the NFL included few rules, few teams and really, gets no mention from announcers or fans other than the ones wanting to get some kind of one up in an argument.

Let me affix this so it's more clear.

5 &gt; 3 Lombardis.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 04:41 PM
One final nail in your "championships don't count" coffin.

Here's the Packers' ring from Super Bowl II.

http://k43.pbase.com/u36/lbrandt79/upload/32219802.IMG_6660fix800.jpg

Hmm, how come the Super Bowl II ring has 3 diamonds? How is that possible? (Hint: The Packers are the last, and only team, to win 3 championships in a row).

casvdry
01-20-2010, 04:43 PM
One final nail in your "championships don't count" coffin.

Here's the Packers' ring from Super Bowl II.

http://k43.pbase.com/u36/lbrandt79/upload/32219802.IMG_6660fix800.jpg

Hmm, how come the Super Bowl II ring has 3 diamonds? How is that possible? (Hint: The Packers are the last, and only team, to win 3 championships in a row).


Who is talking about the Packers here? This is Cowboys vs Giants.

And I've already done a huge post which you can't find on this stupid forum cause the search function sucks about who has the better winning percentage as of 96 and believe it or not, we're ahead of you.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 04:52 PM
Congratulations, your team was "dominant" in a time when the NFL included very few teams. I'm impressed, no really, I am.

What you really are is ignorant of NFL history.



I'd be interested in watching some of those championship games, complete with no audio and barely any rules to balance the game. I'm sure it'd be tons of fun.... not.

ESPN put "The Greatest Game Ever Played" out on DVD for the 50th anniversary.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51%2BcClk4KnL._SL500_AA240_.jpg

That would be the 1958 championship game between the Giants and Colts. The game that put the NFL on the map. The game that lead to the first TV contracts. The game that lead wealthy investors to ask for expansion teams. The game that lead these investors to start their own league (the AFL) when the NFL said no. All of which lead to the creation of the expansion Cowboys in 1960.

I understand if you're not a true fan of the game and where it came from; or that you can't appreciate the Hall of Fame players who laid the groundwork for the current NFL. I understand you think your Cowslits are the end all and be all.

If you could manage to overcome your boredom, amongst the 17 Hall of Famers you might spot this guy:

https://www.gfg.com/cardimg/115/12422.jpg

Actually in 1958 he wouldn't have been playing, he would have been on the sidelines coaching with Vince Lombardi. Why would anybody want to see Lombardi and Landry on the same coaching staff?



I'd probably be just as bored watching the mighty Staubach and the rest of his mutton chop, sideburn clad afro wearing 70s throwbacks. I'd probably yawn watching the guy in the houndstooth suit and fedora hat prowl the sidelines.



The modern era to me is the era in which you begun earning Lomardi trophies. Not because it's my own selective memory at work here, but because I could care less to hearken to the ages where the NFL included few rules, few teams and really, gets no mention from announcers or fans other than the ones wanting to get some kind of one up in an argument.

Well I could care less about an era when they played 14 games and still had single bar facemasks.

http://dailyskew.com/uploaded_images/p1_shula-735595.jpg
http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2009/01/28/tl_superbowl2.jpg
http://www.pophistorydig.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/1969-ny-daily-news-jan-320.jpg
http://www.dallascowboysfanclub.com/photos/index.8.jpg

Ewww, that's all black-and-white, that's a million years ago before Watergate.

You're picking a fragment of NFL history, I say that fragment includes ancient history that's far too old to be considered "modern". 1971 and 1977 aren't modern.

casvdry
01-20-2010, 04:58 PM
Congratulations, your team was "dominant" in a time when the NFL included very few teams. I'm impressed, no really, I am.

What you really are is ignorant of NFL history.



I'd be interested in watching some of those championship games, complete with no audio and barely any rules to balance the game. I'm sure it'd be tons of fun.... not.

ESPN put "The Greatest Game Ever Played" out on DVD for the 50th anniversary.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51%2BcClk4KnL._SL500_AA240_.jpg

That would be the 1958 championship game between the Giants and Colts. The game that put the NFL on the map. The game that lead to the first TV contracts. The game that lead wealthy investors to ask for expansion teams. The game that lead these investors to start their own league (the AFL) when the NFL said no. All of which lead to the creation of the expansion Cowboys in 1960.

I understand if you're not a true fan of the game and where it came from; or that you can't appreciate the Hall of Fame players who laid the groundwork for the current NFL. I understand you think your Cowslits are the end all and be all.

I'd probably be just as bored watching the mighty Staubach and the rest of his mutton chop, sideburn clad afro wearing 70s throwbacks. I'd probably yawn watching the guy in the houndstooth suit and fedora hat prowl the sidelines.



The modern era to me is the era in which you begun earning Lomardi trophies. Not because it's my own selective memory at work here, but because I could care less to hearken to the ages where the NFL included few rules, few teams and really, gets no mention from announcers or fans other than the ones wanting to get some kind of one up in an argument.

Well I could care less about an era when they played 14 games and still had single bar facemasks.

http://dailyskew.com/uploaded_images/p1_shula-735595.jpg
http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2009/01/28/tl_superbowl2.jpg
http://www.pophistorydig.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/1969-ny-daily-news-jan-320.jpg
http://www.dallascowboysfanclub.com/photos/index.8.jpg

Ewww, that's all black-and-white, that's a million years ago before Watergate.

You're picking a fragment of NFL history, I say that fragment includes ancient history that's far too old to be considered "modern". 1971 and 1977 aren't modern.




I'm talking about Superbowls, AFC/NFC. That's what I consider modern.

casvdry
01-20-2010, 05:00 PM
And yeah I guess you can't help but be SLIGHTLY ignorant to the NFL and its history for being 27 years old. Forgive me for not being born in 1910.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 05:05 PM
All those black and white pictures are from the Super Bowl era. (72 Dolphins, 68 Packers, 69 Jets, and early Landry)

Still feel modern?

(BTW I'm only 40 but I've come to love and appreciate the history. I highly recommend a trip to Canton, it's amazing how far the league has come).

casvdry
01-20-2010, 05:08 PM
All those black and white pictures are from the Super Bowl era. (72 Dolphins, 68 Packers, 69 Jets, and early Landry)

Still feel modern?

(BTW I'm only 40 but I've come to love and appreciate the history. I highly recommend a trip to Canton, it's amazing how far the league has come).


But the thing is, even if you DO take championships and count them up, which fair enough, go ahead and do that. You can't hardly compare a team that existed 35 years prior to the Cowboys. Which is why I chose to average the championship/superbowls.

Which does show us as leading one every 9.8 years to every 12. Admittedly it's not much, but it's better.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 05:22 PM
Think he might have something interesting to say? We'll never know...

http://img24.imageshack.us/img24/3457/vlcsnap2010012016h20m36.png

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 05:27 PM
But the thing is, even if you DO take championships and count them up, which fair enough, go ahead and do that. You can't hardly compare a team that existed 35 years prior to the Cowboys. Which is why I chose to average the championship/superbowls.

Which does show us as leading one every 9.8 years to every 12. Admittedly it's not much, but it's better.


I think we've gone through this exercise before -- let's compare the teams just since both existed.

Giants - 3 titles in 7 championship game appearances (61 62 63 86 90 00 07)
Cowboys - 5 titles in 8 championship game appearances (71 72 75 77 78 92 93 95)

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 05:30 PM
This is a pic of Tom Landry (DC), Jim Lee Howell (HC), and Vince Lombardi (OC). That's what's cool about history -- imagine having Lombardi and Landry on the same staff. Well it did happen!

http://img689.imageshack.us/img689/66/lombardilandry.jpg

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 05:33 PM
One final nail in your "championships don't count" coffin.

Here's the Packers' ring from Super Bowl II.

http://k43.pbase.com/u36/lbrandt79/upload/32219802.IMG_6660fix800.jpg

Hmm, how come the Super Bowl II ring has 3 diamonds? How is that possible? (Hint: The Packers are the last, and only team, to win 3 championships in a row).


Who is talking about the Packers here? This is Cowboys vs Giants.

And I've already done a huge post which you can't find on this stupid forum cause the search function sucks about who has the better winning percentage as of 96 and believe it or not, we're ahead of you.


I guess the mathematical subtlety of a SB II ring having 3 diamonds is escaping you.

The point is, there are three diamonds for a SB II ring.

Three diamonds. Last NFL championship + Super Bowl I + Super Bowl II.

But wait, I thought they don't count NFL championships?

casvdry
01-20-2010, 05:33 PM
But the thing is, even if you DO take championships and count them up, which fair enough, go ahead and do that. You can't hardly compare a team that existed 35 years prior to the Cowboys. Which is why I chose to average the championship/superbowls.

Which does show us as leading one every 9.8 years to every 12. Admittedly it's not much, but it's better.


I think we've gone through this exercise before -- let's compare the teams just since both existed.

Giants - 3 titles in 7 championship game appearances (61 62 63 86 90 00 07)
Cowboys - 5 titles in 8 championship game appearances (71 72 75 77 78 92 93 95)




I don't find much to cheer about if the Cowboys go to the Superbowl and lose. I'd prefer it over limited playoff success but it isn't exactly something to cheer about. People only remember the SB winners, the losers never matter.

SweetZombieJesus
01-20-2010, 07:32 PM
But the thing is, even if you DO take championships and count them up, which fair enough, go ahead and do that. You can't hardly compare a team that existed 35 years prior to the Cowboys. Which is why I chose to average the championship/superbowls.

Which does show us as leading one every 9.8 years to every 12. Admittedly it's not much, but it's better.


I think we've gone through this exercise before -- let's compare the teams just since both existed.

Giants - 3 titles in 7 championship game appearances (61 62 63 86 90 00 07)
Cowboys - 5 titles in 8 championship game appearances (71 72 75 77 78 92 93 95)




I don't find much to cheer about if the Cowboys go to the Superbowl and lose. I'd prefer it over limited playoff success but it isn't exactly something to cheer about. People only remember the SB winners, the losers never matter.


Well, I agree about that, but if you're a true fan, you have to appreciate how much those kinds of runs mean -- whether it's the 90s Bills going to 4 straight Super Bowls, the Giants going to 6 championship games in 8 years, or Landry "only" winning 2 SBs but setting incredible standards for winning for two decades. You just have to tip your cap to that stuff even if they didn't claim the ultimate glory. At least I do. Don't get me wrong, I hate "loser banners" such as how many time division champs and conference champs. I really don't want to be reminded of SB XXXV but the team did make it to a SB after all.

And even if you lose the championship a lot (as the Giants did in the 60s and as the Cowboys did in the 70s or the Broncos did in the 80s or the Bills did in the 90s), it says a lot to be able to get there in position to take it all time after time. Even if most people forget.

Tell me how most Cowboy fans feel about Landry...

cruehead
01-20-2010, 08:19 PM
But the thing is, even if you DO take championships and count them up, which fair enough, go ahead and do that. You can't hardly compare a team that existed 35 years prior to the Cowboys. Which is why I chose to average the championship/superbowls.

Which does show us as leading one every 9.8 years to every 12. Admittedly it's not much, but it's better.


I think we've gone through this exercise before -- let's compare the teams just since both existed.

Giants - 3 titles in 7 championship game appearances (61 62 63 86 90 00 07)
Cowboys - 5 titles in 8 championship game appearances (71 72 75 77 78 92 93 95)




I don't find much to cheer about if the Cowboys go to the Superbowl and lose. I'd prefer it over limited playoff success but it isn't exactly something to cheer about. People only remember the SB winners, the losers never matter.


Well, I agree about that, but if you're a true fan, you have to appreciate how much those kinds of runs mean -- whether it's the 90s Bills going to 4 straight Super Bowls, the Giants going to 6 championship games in 8 years, or Landry "only" winning 2 SBs but setting incredible standards for winning for two decades. You just have to tip your cap to that stuff even if they didn't claim the ultimate glory. At least I do. Don't get me wrong, I hate "loser banners" such as how many time division champs and conference champs. I really don't want to be reminded of SB XXXV but the team did make it to a SB after all.

And even if you lose the championship a lot (as the Giants did in the 60s and as the Cowboys did in the 70s or the Broncos did in the 80s or the Bills did in the 90s), it says a lot to be able to get there in position to take it all time after time. Even if most people forget.

Tell me how most Cowboy fans feel about Landry...
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to this day Landry's still the greatest!!! i can actually appreciate seeing some rival fans remember Landry and his accomplishments.70s n 80s were my fav era</P>

MikeSherrard
01-22-2010, 10:48 PM
bump bump......bump...bump.....bump it up

listenup
01-23-2010, 10:06 PM
ROMO/COWBOYS SUCK!
http://fast1.onesite.com/community.foxsports.com/user/listen-up/rivals/0db586131b0e0ac215750e779aa90e86.jpg?v=73700

cruehead
01-23-2010, 10:23 PM
Eli/Giants Suck More!!

G-Menace
01-24-2010, 03:58 AM
If the ClownSlitz caught Ebola and bled out, I wouldn't be completely upset.

G-Menace
01-24-2010, 04:45 AM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, you don't judge franchises on the number of days it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


D-bag. Pay attention. This is in response to your fellow Cowbortions previous threads.... suck a croc

G-Menace
01-24-2010, 04:46 AM
Romo takes it in the pail like a champ..oh wait.. he can't do anything like a champ.

G-Menace
01-24-2010, 04:52 AM
<font size=4>HAPPY 5111th CowChumps!</font>

SweetZombieJesus
01-24-2010, 10:31 AM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn
cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone
started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, <font color="#ff0000">you don't judge franchises on the number of days</font> it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL <font color="#ff0000">back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams</font>, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


How did I miss that little gem of "foot in mouth" disease?

It doesn't matter how long ago a title is won, and simultaneously dismiss old titles. Brilliant.

I dismiss the Cowboys' 1971 and 1977 titles because that was ancient history too. Way back before cable was mainstream and the season was 14 games long and 6 teams didn't even exist yet.

So now we're even at 3, how do you have us "beat quite easily" now?



How do you want to play it -- it doesn't matter how many days since
they won a championship? We got 7 to your 5. Or if you'd like to
dismiss them based on age, we have one from 2007 to your last in 1995.
Either way we win.

listenup
01-25-2010, 03:42 PM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, <FONT color=#ff0000>you don't judge franchises on the number of days</FONT> it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL <FONT color=#ff0000>back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams</FONT>, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


How did I miss that little gem of "foot in mouth" disease?

It doesn't matter how long ago a title is won, and simultaneously dismiss old titles. Brilliant.

I dismiss the Cowboys' 1971 and 1977 titles because that was ancient history too. Way back before cable was mainstream and the season was 14 games long and 6 teams didn't even exist yet.

So now we're even at 3, how do you have us "beat quite easily" now?

How do you want to play it -- it doesn't matter how many days since they won a championship? We got 7 to your 5. Or if you'd like to dismiss them based on age, we have one from 2007 to your last in 1995. Either way we win.
LOL! Let'em know wassup

gmen2009
01-25-2010, 07:03 PM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, you don't judge franchises on the number of days it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


Survey says.... buzzzzzzzzzz wrong.
Modern era would be classified from 2000 on, last decade is not considered modern era which guess what the Giants have one up on the cow ***s and we also have beaten Dallas 13 times since 2000 and lost to them 8 times. Giants also visited the Super Bowl twice this decade winning it once, Dallas has had 1 playoff victory this era.


Maybe by modern I meant ya know... Telephones were invented and we can actually heat things up in microwaves, but okay, take your technicalities to the bank and cash them.

After all, it's the technicalities that you fans seem to be so good at. Being such an observer of technicalities I'd imagine you have no problems checking stats either. Oh, look at that. 5 Superbowls, sorry you don't have as many, really I am.

Maybe you can rewind back to some black and white film to enjoy your championships among 3 or 4 NFL teams.

Or perhaps you can keep riding on the magical 07 season and *Eli* will ride in on his magic $100,000,000 carpet and deliver another Superbowl even though your defense isnt a shadow of what it was in 2007. Too bad..


is this moron serious? our defense is one of the best in the league, player wise, it was undercoached, i mean as a cowboys fan u should know all about that, right? since jimmy johnson left what have u mustered? 1 super bowl with the same talent, and then what? 14 years and counting, real pathetic if u ask me. by the way how did the sweep this year feel? i dont care if the giants go 2-14 every year just as long as they sweep dallas. o its real ****weed, its DAMN real!!!!

rbcarpenter
01-25-2010, 07:19 PM
But the thing is, even if you DO take championships and count them up, which fair enough, go ahead and do that. You can't hardly compare a team that existed 35 years prior to the Cowboys. Which is why I chose to average the championship/superbowls.

Which does show us as leading one every 9.8 years to every 12. Admittedly it's not much, but it's better.


I think we've gone through this exercise before -- let's compare the teams just since both existed.

Giants - 3 titles in 7 championship game appearances (61 62 63 86 90 00 07)
Cowboys - 5 titles in 8 championship game appearances (71 72 75 77 78 92 93 95)




I don't find much to cheer about if the Cowboys go to the Superbowl and lose. I'd prefer it over limited playoff success but it isn't exactly something to cheer about. People only remember the SB winners, the losers never matter.


Well, I agree about that, but if you're a true fan, you have to appreciate how much those kinds of runs mean -- whether it's the 90s Bills going to 4 straight Super Bowls, the Giants going to 6 championship games in 8 years, or Landry "only" winning 2 SBs but setting incredible standards for winning for two decades.* You just have to tip your cap to that stuff even if they didn't claim the ultimate glory.* At least I do.* Don't get me wrong, I hate "loser banners" such as how many time division champs and conference champs.* I really don't want to be reminded of SB XXXV but the team did make it to a SB after all.

And even if you lose the championship a lot (as the Giants did in the 60s and as the Cowboys did in the 70s or the Broncos did in the 80s or the Bills did in the 90s), it says a lot to be able to get there in position to take it all time after time.* Even if most people forget.

Tell me how most Cowboy fans feel about Landry...
</P>


* to this day Landry's still the greatest!!! i can actually appreciate seeing some rival fans remember Landry and his accomplishments.*70s n 80s were my fav era</P>OH,MY GOD!we actually agreed on something.

listenup
01-28-2010, 02:53 AM
BUMP

casvdry
01-28-2010, 11:21 AM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn
cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone
started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, <font color="#ff0000">you don't judge franchises on the number of days</font> it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL <font color="#ff0000">back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams</font>, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


How did I miss that little gem of "foot in mouth" disease?

<font color="#ff0000">It doesn't matter</font> how long ago a title is won, and simultaneously dismiss old titles. Brilliant.

I dismiss the Cowboys' 1971 and 1977 titles because that was ancient history too. Way back before cable was mainstream and the season was 14 games long and 6 teams didn't even exist yet.

So now we're even at 3, how do you have us "beat quite easily" now?



How do you want to play it -- it doesn't matter how many days since
they won a championship? We got 7 to your 5. Or if you'd like to
dismiss them based on age, we have one from <font color="#ff0000">2007</font> to your last in 1995.
Either way we win.

How did I miss that foot in mouth disease, did you just say 2007 didn't matter?

Do you not realize the difference between number of days since you last won one and the point in time when you won one? I was saying you don't judge a franchise based on the number of days SINCE you last won one.

And sorry. But as I've said over and over and over again, if you're happy having championships back before most of the fans posting here were born go ahead. If winning championships among a handful of teams matters to you that much that you have to include them when we're talking about Superbowls and Lombardi's, go right ahead.

5 &gt; 3

Besides, haven't we already established that you can't compare teams that haven't been around the same number of years? I somehow remember looking at the average and we average a SB/Championship one in every 10 years, you average one in every 12. Remember, this INCLUDES your Championships.

So put that in your pipe and smoke it.

BlueBlitzer
01-28-2010, 01:39 PM
And you know, counting the days is pretty darn cliche isn't it. Ever since that philly site started doing it everyone started following suit like they were cool.

Last I checked, <FONT color=#ff0000>you don't judge franchises on the number of days</FONT> it has been since their last SB victory, you judge them by how many.

We know the Giants have championships in the NFL <FONT color=#ff0000>back in the early 1900's when everyone wore leather caps and there were 5 teams</FONT>, congratulations on that. But in the modern era of the NFL the Cowboys have you beat quite easily in titles, thanks.


How did I miss that little gem of "foot in mouth" disease?

<FONT color=#ff0000>It doesn't matter</FONT> how long ago a title is won, and simultaneously dismiss old titles. Brilliant.

I dismiss the Cowboys' 1971 and 1977 titles because that was ancient history too. Way back before cable was mainstream and the season was 14 games long and 6 teams didn't even exist yet.

So now we're even at 3, how do you have us "beat quite easily" now?

How do you want to play it -- it doesn't matter how many days since they won a championship? We got 7 to your 5. Or if you'd like to dismiss them based on age, we have one from <FONT color=#ff0000>2007</FONT> to your last in 1995. Either way we win.

How did I miss that foot in mouth disease, did you just say 2007 didn't matter?

Do you not realize the difference between number of days since you last won one and the point in time when you won one? I was saying you don't judge a franchise based on the number of days SINCE you last won one.

And sorry. But as I've said over and over and over again, if you're happy having championships back before most of the fans posting here were born go ahead. If winning championships among a handful of teams matters to you that much that you have to include them when we're talking about Superbowls and Lombardi's, go right ahead.

5 &gt; 3

Besides, haven't we already established that you can't compare teams that haven't been around the same number of years? I somehow remember looking at the average and we average a SB/Championship one in every 10 years, you average one in every 12. Remember, this INCLUDES your Championships.

So put that in your pipe and smoke it.</P>


Yeah, we know what you're smokin. The CowBoys in the sixties and seventies, were known as the team that couldn't win the big one. the Packers beat you in the Ice Bowl, The Colts beat you in Super Bowl 5, The Steelers gave you 2 - Arss whippins. You finally beat the Broncos, with retread Craig Morton as an opponent. But never once did you beat a team that was unstoppable. The Giants did, We stopped perfection. Slapped you around in your own house on our way doing it. We have a MVP Super Bowl QB, you have diddly. And once again, you'll be sitting on your Nachos watching other Teams play in the big game. </P>

SweetZombieJesus
01-28-2010, 06:10 PM
How did I miss that foot in mouth disease, did you just say 2007 didn't matter?</P>


No, I pointed out your hypocrisy. If the age of a title doesn't matter, we have 7. If the most recent title matters, we won in 2007. Either way we win.



And sorry. But as I've said over and over and over again, if you're happy having championships back before most of the fans posting here were born go ahead.</P>


A lot of Cowbortion nation wasn't alive in 1971 and 1977. Do those Landry Super Bowls no longer count? Ooops, then you have 3 and we have 3.</P>


3 = 3</P>


Heck you have a generation of fans that has never seen the Cowboys win. Does that mean to anybody under 16 you have 0 championships?</P>



If winning championships among a handful of teams matters to you that much that you have to include them when we're talking about Superbowls and Lombardi's, go right ahead.
</P>


My team won the championship. Nothing else matters. Otherwise I can start saying which ones of yours don't count because the season was only 14 games long and there was no free agency.</P>


7 &gt; 5
</P>




Besides, haven't we already established that you can't compare teams that haven't been around the same number of years? I somehow remember looking at the average and we average a SB/Championship one in every 10 years, you average one in every 12. Remember, this INCLUDES your Championships.

So put that in your pipe and smoke it.
</P>


Oooh, that's really hard to live with.</P>


And, may I point out, the Cowboys' banners hanging from the rafters do not say "Super Bowl Champions". They say "World Champions". Which the NYG are, 7 times over.</P>


http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/sportatorium/Cowboys%20-%20Banners.jpg</P>


Smoke that.</P>

Ntegrase96
01-28-2010, 08:23 PM
</p>


Yeah, we know what you're smokin. The CowBoys in the sixties and seventies, were known as the team that couldn't win the big one. the Packers beat you in the Ice Bowl, The Colts beat you in Super Bowl 5, The Steelers gave you 2 - Arss whippins. You finally beat the Broncos, with retread Craig Morton as an opponent. But never once did you beat a team that was unstoppable. The Giants did, We stopped perfection. Slapped you around in your own house on our way doing it. We have a MVP Super Bowl QB, you have diddly. And once again, you'll be sitting on your Nachos watching other Teams play in the big game. </p>

Never beat a team that was unstoppable? Well now you're just reaching...

I didn't realize that teams that can't be beat were beatable.

EDIT: haha, did you really pull out the Ice Bowl? A game in which a very well established franchise/ defending champion hosted a team in its 7th year of existence, and had to score late to get the come from behind win?

Smooth.

Ntegrase96
01-28-2010, 09:01 PM
How did I miss that foot in mouth disease, did you just say 2007 didn't matter?</p>


No, I pointed out your hypocrisy. If the age of a title doesn't matter, we have 7. If the most recent title matters, we won in 2007. Either way we win.



And sorry. But as I've said over and over and over again, if you're happy having championships back before most of the fans posting here were born go ahead.</p>


A lot of Cowbortion nation wasn't alive in 1971 and 1977. Do those Landry Super Bowls no longer count? Ooops, then you have 3 and we have 3.</p>


3 = 3</p>


Heck you have a generation of fans that has never seen the Cowboys win. Does that mean to anybody under 16 you have 0 championships?</p>



If winning championships among a handful of teams matters to you that much that you have to include them when we're talking about Superbowls and Lombardi's, go right ahead.
</p>


My team won the championship. Nothing else matters. Otherwise I can start saying which ones of yours don't count because the season was only 14 games long and there was no free agency.</p>


7 &gt; 5
</p>




Besides, haven't we already established that you can't compare teams that haven't been around the same number of years? I somehow remember looking at the average and we average a SB/Championship one in every 10 years, you average one in every 12. Remember, this INCLUDES your Championships.

So put that in your pipe and smoke it.
</p>


Oooh, that's really hard to live with.</p>


And, may I point out, the Cowboys' banners hanging from the rafters do not say "Super Bowl Champions". They say "World Champions". Which the NYG are, 7 times over.</p>


http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/sportatorium/Cowboys%20-%20Banners.jpg</p>


Smoke that.</p>

These arguments are redundant, recurring, and always will end in somebody being butt hurt, or baseless drivel. You argue 7, we argue ratio. You argue being a pioneer, we'll argue surpassing the pioneer. Somewhere along the way the argument of 'what is a big game' will surface, and I, Ntegrase96, will make a witty comment. Giants suck. Cowboys suck. Back and forth. Forever.

My new argument for the Cowboys is this...
http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff136/Ntegrase96/TheDallasCowboysCheerGIF.gif

Yup. That's what I'll go with for now.

G-Menace
01-29-2010, 01:07 AM
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<img src=http://blogs.smh.com.au/lifestyle/allmenareliars/image-of-cocaine.jpg>

cruehead
01-29-2010, 02:43 AM
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you really shouldnt tease lawrence taylor like that</P>

BlueBlitzer
01-29-2010, 10:22 AM
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you really shouldnt tease lawrence taylor like that</P>


</P>


Michael Irvin's Nose is big enough to snort Snow Shovels full, and you're going to pick on LT? Here's a clue. LT changed the way Defense is played.</P>

SweetZombieJesus
01-29-2010, 10:49 AM
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you really shouldnt tease lawrence taylor like that</p>

LT never drove a pair of scissors into a teammate's neck

cruehead
01-29-2010, 11:55 AM
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you really shouldnt tease lawrence taylor like that</P>


</P>


Michael Irvin's Nose is big enough to snort Snow Shovels full, and you're going to pick on LT? Here's a clue. LT changed the way Defense is played.</P>


</P>


LT was a junkie that couldnt quit the habit. Irvin just got caught partying. For LT, it was like a habitual use </P>

cruehead
01-29-2010, 11:56 AM
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you really shouldnt tease lawrence taylor like that</P>




LT never drove a pair of scissors into a teammate's neck
</P>


you sure?</P>

BlueBlitzer
01-29-2010, 01:41 PM
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you really shouldnt tease lawrence taylor like that</P>


</P>


Michael Irvin's Nose is big enough to snort Snow Shovels full, and you're going to pick on LT? Here's a clue. LT changed the way Defense is played.</P>


</P>


LT was a junkie that couldnt quit the habit. Irvin just got caught partying. For LT, it was like a habitual use </P>


</P>


OOOOOoooh so when Irvin does it He's just partying, its a one time thing ( You see He got caught packin His nose, like a hoover vacum cleaner on His very first try ). I knew you were a walking talking Cartoon, the first time you ever posted. If you're gonna start smackin on LT no clue crue, you're in for a war. You got a lot of nerve postingon this MB. Very knowledgeable people post here. In this Giant Kingdom, you're just a Court Jester running around with your head on a stick. you're an elf, with a hyper-active thyroid. You should be sitting on a Toadstool with pointed ears. You're Captain Kirk, with a Bouncy House for a Spaceship. Now why don't you drag yourself back to that stink hole CowBoy fans call a MB. And leave the Mastermindingof Football topeople in the know, that would be Giant Fans.</P>

ny06
01-29-2010, 01:45 PM
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<img src=http://blogs.smh.com.au/lifestyle/allmenareliars/image-of-cocaine.jpg>

Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson wants his coke back.

http://i46.tinypic.com/10mqulc.jpg

cruehead
01-29-2010, 02:46 PM
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you really shouldnt tease lawrence taylor like that</P>


</P>


Michael Irvin's Nose is big enough to snort Snow Shovels full, and you're going to pick on LT? Here's a clue. LT changed the way Defense is played.</P>


</P>


LT was a junkie that couldnt quit the habit. Irvin just got caught partying. For LT, it was like a habitual use </P>


</P>


OOOOOoooh so when Irvin does it He's just partying, its a one time thing ( You see He got caught packin His nose, like a hoover vacum cleaner on His very first try ). I knew you were a walking talking Cartoon, the first time you ever posted. If you're gonna start smackin on LT no clue crue, you're in for a war. You got a lot of nerve postingon this MB. Very knowledgeable people post here. In this Giant Kingdom, you're just a Court Jester running around with your head on a stick. you're an elf, with a hyper-active thyroid. You should be sitting on a Toadstool with pointed ears. You're Captain Kirk, with a Bouncy House for a Spaceship. Now why don't you drag yourself back to that stink hole CowBoy fans call a MB. And leave the Mastermindingof Football topeople in the know, that would be Giant Fans.</P>


</P>


lolol, your little rant there just proved I am right. Its ok dude, its all in the past. LT seems to have straighten himself out; which is a good thing. However if I am Captain Kirk, then you people like you are the Klingons and they must be kept in their place. </P>