Originally Posted by AJM1613
I would rather have memories of getting to the Super Bowl and only pictures of 5-11 than pictures of the Super Bowl and only memories of 5-11.
Well let's see who has the better memories of getting to the Super Bowl:
I posted this about a week or two ago:
Well, until the Eagles WIN as many Super Bowls as Dallas, you will keep hearing this from us.
Also, don't think about bringing up "The past doesn't mean squat" crap either. Why? Because it does.
See, those who hide behind the "The past doesn't mean squat" philosophy are those who cheer for a team that has not had much success during their history.
So let's see
Established 1933 (73 seasons)
Played 1012 Games
Winning Percentage 47.78%
Winning seasons 29 (in 73 seasons is 39.7%)
Division Titles 11 (in 73 seasons is 15.1%)
Years in Postseason 19 (in 73 seasons is 26.0%)
Postseason Games 31
Postseason Games Won 15
Postseason Games Lost 16
NFL/NFC Championship Games Played 9
NFL/NFC Championship Games Won 5
NFL/NFC Championship Games Lost 4
Super Bowls Played 2
Super Bowls Won None
Super Bowls Lost 2
Established 1960 (45 seasons)
Played 728 Games
Winning Percentage 57.41%
Winning seasons 28 (in 45 seasons is 62.2%)
Division Titles 17 (in 45 seasons is 37.8%)
Years in Postseason 26 (in 45 seasons is 57.78%)
Postseason Games 54
Postseason Games Won 32
Postseason Games Lost 22
NFL/NFC Championship Games Played 16
NFL/NFC Championship Games Won 8
NFL/NFC Championship Games Lost 8
Super Bowls Played 8
Super Bowls Won 5
Super Bowls Lost 3
See, Philly may have the bragging right over the last 5 years, but Dallas has the bragging rights for eternity.
So which team's fans have enjoyed the expirience more? Dallas or Philly?
The future may look brighter for Philly right now, but there are no guarantees in life.
So who has the better memories?