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    Don Hutson is the single most influential player in NFL history. Plain and simple, the modern passing game would not exist without him, he completely changed how wide receivers were used in NFL offenses.

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    We're a quarter of the way through. If you are just tuning in this countdown is for all NFL history from 1920 to 2016 seasons(97 years), weighing each team's accomplishments within a single season within the context of when it all happened, with other factors such as strength of schedule, point differential, individual/team statistical accomplishments, and overall impact on the game taken into consideration. With this criteria I felt like it was critical that only teams with NFL Championship hardware were eligible, with exceptions being made for the early years AFL Champions since those teams had at least a legit partial claim as the best in the world that year(and AFL history/records was absorbed as an official part of NFL history when the two leagues merged in 1970). Weighing single season teams this way you can really split all teams of NFL history up into 2 categories that it all comes down to, teams that won the NFL Championship and teams that failed to win the NFL Championship. This countdown is only for the teams that achieved the ultimate goal that every team starts the season with every year, the reason they play the game.

    I also edited my honorable mentions post to include the 1921 Staleys and All Americans as well as the 1946 to 1949 Cleveland Browns of the All America Football Conference. See that post for explanations on those teams being mentioned. When this is done I'm going to do another top 100 for the all time best Missing Rings teams in NFL history, ranking the best teams that failed to win the NFL Championship. Here are the results for this countdown to greatness up to where we are now(win-loss records in parenthesis, records include all games played that year including regular season, playoffs, and NFL Championship Games):


    76. 1948 Philadelphia Eagles(10-2-1)
    77. 1927 New York Giants(11-1-1)
    78. 1923 Canton Bulldogs(11-0-1)
    79. 1926 Frankford Yellow Jackets(14-1-2)
    80. 1953 Detroit Lions(11-2)
    81. 1944 Green Bay Packers(9-2)
    82. 1946 Chicago Bears(9-2-1)
    83. 1947 Chicago Cardinals(10-3)
    84. 1940 Chicago Bears(9-3)
    85. 1931 Green Bay Packers(12-2)
    86. 1937 Washington Redskins(9-3)
    87. 1957 Detroit Lions(10-4)
    88. 1964 Buffalo Bills(13-2)
    89. 1945 Cleveland Rams(10-1)
    90. 1930 Green Bay Packers(10-3-1)
    91. 1935 Detroit Lions(8-3-2)
    92. 1932 Chicago Bears(7-1-6)
    93. 1934 New York Giants(9-5)
    94. 1963 San Diego Chargers(12-3)
    95. 1965 Buffalo Bills(11-3-1)
    96. 1961 Houston Oilers(11-3-1)
    97. 1928 Providence Steamroller(8-1-2)
    98. 1962 Dallas Texans(12-3)
    99. 1960 Houston Oilers(11-4)
    100. 1924 Cleveland Bulldogs(7-1-1)

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    101(tie). 1946-1949 Cleveland Browns
    105. 1968 Baltimore Colts
    106. 1969 Minnesota Vikings
    107. 1967 Oakland Raiders
    108. 1966 Kansas City Chiefs
    109. 1925 Pottsville Maroons
    110. 1925 Chicago Cardinals
    111. 1920 Akron Pros
    112. 1919 Canton Bulldogs
    113. 1921 Buffalo All Americans
    114. 1921 Chicago Staleys
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    The 2011 Giants playoff may have been even better than 2007 one as two road wins against Green Bay and San Francisco were against 2 teams that were absolute juggernauts that season.

    The win against Green Bay is probably the greatest overall Giants performance I've seen in the playoffs. The Packers were a 15-1 offensive powerhouse that had run roughshod over the rest of the NFL. The Giants walked straight into Lambeau field and not only beat them they DESTROYED them. 14 of the 20 points Green Bay scored were gifts from the referees. It was a loss that haunted Packers fans for years until the Pack took their revenge in Lambeau last year's playoffs.

    Against San Francisco, the Giants went on the road and slugged it out with the NFL's best defense....and came out on top. Eli was getting murdered that whole game, but he got up every single time and kept at it like the champion he is.

    The Super Bowl win in 2011 showed that 2007 was no damn fluke and silenced the haters for good. Just a fun and glorious season overall.
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