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  1. They both were at different times. The Niners were in the 90's, and NE has been the past 10-15 years.
  2. Who cares if the 49ers did that after their SB wins. It was still wrong. And, I never said that Denver did (or didn't) cheat to win a SB. Pointing fingers at other teams doesn't make what the 49ers did right (they got a slap on the wrist 20 years ago just like NE did for Spygate because they are the league's darlings).
  3. The 49ers did cheat the Salary Cap in the 1990's: https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-2000-12-05-0012050096-story.html During that time, I think they had a corporation paying Deion under the table, and they may have had committed cap fraud in 1996 with the cutting and re-signing of Steve Wallace: https://web.archive.org/web/19981202145202/http://www.49erhaters.com/rams1.html
  4. Since their SB win ten years ago, they have been coming up short every time they make the playoffs. Same thing with Green Bay (since their 2010 SB win).
  5. Naturally. Fans want to keep their head in the sand.
  6. This whole thing has been fixed for NE the last 18 years. It started with 911 and the SB after that when they said "We're All Patriots".
  7. That's pretty good. Yeah, I think all of these games (sans NO-Min) are toss-ups. If the Pats win this week and beat KC, though, I am going to be concerned. I think the fix would be in at that point (to try to get Brady a seventh title and let him ride off into the sunset).
  8. That was around the time when they were trying to get what was then known as Invesco Field at Mile High built. Bowlen would have moved the team if that didn't happen, and he wanted to get a new logo without a D in it just incase.
  9. Nah, I think that the Broncos need an overhaul. They only made that change in 97 because it was possible that Bowlen would move the team. I would start completely over with an orange helmet, new logo, and new uniform design.
  10. Because some of those missed calls are sanctioned by the league. They are allowed to fix their own games, and they do it more than you think.
  11. Jan. 25, 1998: Broncos (and the AFC) finally get off the schneid. It felt great.
  12. If Martin doesn't get hurt, they probably place the Bearcats as the 1-seed in the Midwest, with Mich. State moving to the 1-spot in the South. Then, you probably get Florida-MSU and Cincinnati-Wisconsin in the National Semifinals that year, with MSU and Cincy facing off in the title game.
  13. Good point. The NBA has been messed up for years. I think it started in the 90's when it became the Michael Jordan league, and the NBC stood for National Bulls Corporation. I know that everyone loves MJ, but I think that nobody (outside of David Stern) has been worse for the game.
  14. Who said that Brady was actually bad? I just said that he is overrated.