Best Rivalry In NFL?

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    Best Rivalry In NFL?

    I guess the media says Seahawks vs. 49ers?


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    Re: Best Rivalry In NFL?

    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

     

     

    Now you got the easy part done telling me about it.

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    Patriots versus Jets

     
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    sf and seatlle - best two teams - have been going at it for awhil and ahile to go


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    Ravens-Steelers is always a slug fest. Seahawks-49ers just recently became a hot rivalry but the Seahawks typically crush the 49ers at CenturyLink Field but they typically split home and home.

     

    I think the real rivalry in the NFL is the Jets and competent football.

     
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    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

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    Don't you mean Bears/Packers, I think they've played more than any other two teams? Anyway, it's cyclical. Cowboys/Redskins and Raiders/Chiefs were two great rivalries, don't mean much now. Ravens/Steelers has been a good one.

    Niners/Seahawks is the best one right now. Probably Pats/Broncos next. 

     
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    No doubt SF vs. Seattle. Then Denver-NE, or Baltimore-Pitt.

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    I'd say Balt-Pitt.  Two teams that can play nasty and usually do when they meet. 



     
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    Ravens vs Steelers...both teams usually fighting for division and playoff position, plenty of AFCCG and SB between them and probably the hardest hitting, nastiest games


    that said Pats vs Colts was the teams but really Brady vs Manning is why it was must watch for NFL fans

     
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    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

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    Don't you mean Bears/Packers, I think they've played more than any other two teams? Anyway, it's cyclical. Cowboys/Redskins and Raiders/Chiefs were two great rivalries, don't mean much now. Ravens/Steelers has been a good one.

    Niners/Seahawks is the best one right now. Probably Pats/Broncos next. 

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    farve went to the Vikings   That says it all. 

     
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    I think he meant to say Packers/Vikings....and I would agree it's one of the best.

     
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    NY Jets and the NY Post

     
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    I'd say Seattle & S.F. right now. No doubt in my mind that S.F. was the better team in last year's playoff loss to Seattle. Anybody have any opinions on that?

     
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    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

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    Don't you mean Bears/Packers, I think they've played more than any other two teams? Anyway, it's cyclical. Cowboys/Redskins and Raiders/Chiefs were two great rivalries, don't mean much now. Ravens/Steelers has been a good one.

    Niners/Seahawks is the best one right now. Probably Pats/Broncos next. 

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     You are correct. I live in Chicago, ask any Bears fan and they will say Packers. Don't know what the Packers fans would say.

     
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    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

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    Don't you mean Bears/Packers, I think they've played more than any other two teams? Anyway, it's cyclical. Cowboys/Redskins and Raiders/Chiefs were two great rivalries, don't mean much now. Ravens/Steelers has been a good one.

    Niners/Seahawks is the best one right now. Probably Pats/Broncos next. 

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     You are correct. I live in Chicago, ask any Bears fan and they will say Packers. Don't know what the Packers fans would say.

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    Well my late mother-in-law--a Packers season ticket holder from the 1950s until her death a few years ago--seemed to believe that every Bears player ever was either a child molester, a serial killer, or the operator of a Nazi death camp. 

     

     

     
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    I'd say Seattle & S.F. right now. No doubt in my mind that S.F. was the better team in last year's playoff loss to Seattle. Anybody have any opinions on that?

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    no doubt? Ridiculous...and yes Seattle will be favored to beat them again this year

     
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    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

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    Don't you mean Bears/Packers, I think they've played more than any other two teams? Anyway, it's cyclical. Cowboys/Redskins and Raiders/Chiefs were two great rivalries, don't mean much now. Ravens/Steelers has been a good one.

    Niners/Seahawks is the best one right now. Probably Pats/Broncos next. 

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     You are correct. I live in Chicago, ask any Bears fan and they will say Packers. Don't know what the Packers fans would say.

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    Well my late mother-in-law--a Packers season ticket holder from the 1950s until her death a few years ago--seemed to believe that every Bears player ever was either a child molester, a serial killer, or the operator of a Nazi death camp. 

     

     

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     I feel the same way, but only since '85.

     
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    Ravens-Steelers is always a slug fest. Seahawks-49ers just recently became a hot rivalry but the Seahawks typically crush the 49ers at CenturyLink Field but they typically split home and home.

     

    I think the real rivalry in the NFL is the Jets and competent football.

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    so the fact that the overall series is 56-53 Patriots means "Jets versus competant?" Its been more Patriots lately but almost every game between the two is competitive (except of course the 45-3 game which was avenged in the playoffs)

     
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    No doubt SF vs. Seattle. Then Denver-NE, or Baltimore-Pitt.

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    good choices....I always enjoyed the ravens vs. steeler games.  They seemed to always have hard hitting games.

     
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    I'd say Seattle & S.F. right now. No doubt in my mind that S.F. was the better team in last year's playoff loss to Seattle. Anybody have any opinions on that?

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    no doubt? Ridiculous...and yes Seattle will be favored to beat them again this year

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    If I had to put money down on this upcoming year's team to win the SB, my money would be on the 49ers.

     
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    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

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    Don't you mean Bears/Packers, I think they've played more than any other two teams? Anyway, it's cyclical. Cowboys/Redskins and Raiders/Chiefs were two great rivalries, don't mean much now. Ravens/Steelers has been a good one.

    Niners/Seahawks is the best one right now. Probably Pats/Broncos next. 

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     You are correct. I live in Chicago, ask any Bears fan and they will say Packers. Don't know what the Packers fans would say.

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    Well my late mother-in-law--a Packers season ticket holder from the 1950s until her death a few years ago--seemed to believe that every Bears player ever was either a child molester, a serial killer, or the operator of a Nazi death camp. 

     

     

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     I feel the same way, but only since '85.

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    Ha!  I had to watch that one with a bunch of Bears fans (I was living in Chicago at the time).

     

     
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    I'd say Seattle & S.F. right now. No doubt in my mind that S.F. was the better team in last year's playoff loss to Seattle. Anybody have any opinions on that?

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    no doubt? Ridiculous...and yes Seattle will be favored to beat them again this year

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    Ridiculous? Maybe far fetched but come on with ridiculous. No doubt in my mind SF was the better team that day. It took a great end zone interception by an All Pro CB plus Seattle being +2 in turnovers that allowed them to hang on for the win.

    As far as being favored, Denver was favored in the SB. That didn't work out too well.

     
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    It depends on how good two teams are and how long they get to play each other at that level. Pats vs Colts comes to mind when it seemed like we always faced them in the playoffs and the whole country was tuned into that rivalry. There was a time when San Fran going against the Cowboys in the playoffs was better entertainment than the Super Bowl itself and more people were interested in watching that game. 

    I'm not interested in some of these so called "rivalry's" that feature a 2-14 team vs a 8-8 team, where you get to watch meaningless football. I can't tell you how many times the networks hyped Packers/Bears games, when both teams stunk and no one in their right minds gave a crap, but it somehow gets put on a pedestal before turning into what it is...a bad football game. 

     
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    Re: Best Rivalry In NFL?

    Currently, it's Seahawks vs 49ers.

    Ravens vs Steelers has always been good...so has Packers vs Bears. I think Pats vs Colts was another great one when Manning was on the Colts.

     
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    Bears and Vikings. They stink now but history prevails.   Used to be colts pats  so Denver pats is right up there. 

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    Don't you mean Bears/Packers, I think they've played more than any other two teams? Anyway, it's cyclical. Cowboys/Redskins and Raiders/Chiefs were two great rivalries, don't mean much now. Ravens/Steelers has been a good one.

    Niners/Seahawks is the best one right now. Probably Pats/Broncos next. 

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     You are correct. I live in Chicago, ask any Bears fan and they will say Packers. Don't know what the Packers fans would say.

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    I know a married couple, one is a Bear fan, one is a Packer fan.  It's hilarious to watch the Bear-Packer games with both of them 

     

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