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You have Dak Prescott. He isn’t very good AND wants to break the bank with a new contract. Looking to the past is all you’ve got for the next decade.

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The Skins definitely don't deserve the title of "mediocrity". They've been the poster child for chaotic.

The Browns are interesting because prior to their hiatus, I suppose they used to be a competitive organization. But it's surprising that the modern day Browns haven't dramatically brought down that winning pct.

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On ‎2‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 10:42 PM, DakZekeDez said:

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Since you're posting the 'All-time' percentages, you have to also accept that the Eagles are only 1 Championship behind the Cowboys, 5 to 4.

Now that you've accepted that fact, let's look at just the 21st Century. I'm not going to do the entire league though. Just the NFC East.

In the 21st Century the NFC East breaks down like this:

Philadelphia Eagles 181-122-1  .597
Dallas Cowboys 160-144-0  .526
New York Giants 154-150-0 .507
Washington Redskins 129-174-1 .426

That's just the regular season. Here's the post season...

New York Giants 10-6 .625 2 Super Bowl Championships
Philadelphia Eagles 14-11 .560 1 Super Bowl Championship
Dallas Cowboys 3-7 .300 Never made past the Divisional Round
Washington Redskins 1-4 .200 Never made it past the Divisional Round

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Ok, I was bored so I did the entire league since 2000:

Steelers 197-105-2 .651
Colts 190-114 .625
Packers 184-118-2 .609
Eagles 181-122-1 .597
Ravens 176-128-0 .579
Broncos 175-129-0 .576
Seahawks 171-132-1 .564
Saints 170-134-0 .559
Cowboys 160-144-0 .526
Falcons 157-146-1 .518
Chargers 157-147-0 .516
Vikings 155-147-2 .513
Giants 154-150-0 .507
Chiefs 154-150-0 .507
Panthers 152-151-1 .502
Bears 149-155-0 .490
Titans 143-158-3 .475
Bengals 143-158-3 .475
Dolphins 144-160-0 .474
Jets 141-163-0 .464
49ers 135-168-1 .446
Rams 135-168-1 .446
Texans 121-151-0 .445
Cardinals 132-171-1 .436
Buccaneers 131-173-0 .431
Redskins 129-174-1 .426
Bills 127-177-0 .418
Jaguars 121-183-0 .398
Raiders 118-186-0 .388
Lions 111-193-0 .365
Browns 93-210-1 .308
Patriots Disqualified for cheating .000

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15 minutes ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

Ok, I was bored so I did the entire league since 2000:

Steelers 197-105-2 .651
Colts 190-114 .625
Packers 184-118-2 .609
Eagles 181-122-1 .597
Ravens 176-128-0 .579
Broncos 175-129-0 .576
Seahawks 171-132-1 .564
Saints 170-134-0 .559
Cowboys 160-144-0 .526
Falcons 157-146-1 .518
Chargers 157-147-0 .516
Vikings 155-147-2 .513
Giants 154-150-0 .507
Chiefs 154-150-0 .507
Panthers 152-151-1 .502
Bears 149-155-0 .490
Titans 143-158-3 .475
Bengals 143-158-3 .475
Dolphins 144-160-0 .474
Jets 141-163-0 .464
49ers 135-168-1 .446
Rams 135-168-1 .446
Texans 121-151-0 .445
Cardinals 132-171-1 .436
Buccaneers 131-173-0 .431
Redskins 129-174-1 .426
Bills 127-177-0 .418
Jaguars 121-183-0 .398
Raiders 118-186-0 .388
Lions 111-193-0 .365
Browns 93-210-1 .308
Patriots Disqualified for cheating .000

Regular season only?

 

And technically Dallas and Washington cheated during the capless year, Saints cheated during bountygate (worse repercussions than all pats cheating combined), and Falcons cheated with the crowd noise crap they always used to do.

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Just now, Havenless said:

Regular season only?

 

And technically Dallas and Washington cheated during the capless year, Saints cheated during bountygate (worse repercussions than all pats cheating combined), and Falcons cheated with the crowd noise crap they always used to do.

Yeah, Regular Season only.

The Patriots cheated in multiple seasons. with multiple punishments. That's why I, as EMB God, disqualified them. The others are all below us, so they don't matter.

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I bet you the OP still wears his old high school football team jacket from the 90's

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If all goes well with Carson Wentz and he has a long and successful career with us, we should be well above the .500 mark by the time he calls it day. 

Looking down at that list I feel for the Buccaneers. 260-415-1. Even with a Bill Belichick run (225-79) they would still be below .500 with a regular season record of 485-494-1. It shows how futile they have been for a lot of their years and what it would take for them to get anywhere close to an even win-loss record. 

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I could not care less about all time wp. The Giants have been trending down for the better part of a decade and need to get their sheet together. Stringing together multiple losing seasons is for organizations like the Bucs and Browns, not the Giants. 

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On ‎2‎/‎18‎/‎2019 at 9:57 AM, ShakeThatMonkey said:

The Skins definitely don't deserve the title of "mediocrity". They've been the poster child for chaotic.

The Browns are interesting because prior to their hiatus, I suppose they used to be a competitive organization. But it's surprising that the modern day Browns haven't dramatically brought down that winning pct.

Indeed, from their inception in 1946 through to the late 1950's, the Browns were an elite team. Even when they merged into the NFL in 1950, they appeared regularly in championship games throughout the decade. They contended during the 60's, winning the NFL title in 1964 and were a regular in the playoffs. In the 70's and 80's they were still a contender, losing three AFC Championships to Denver.

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On 2/18/2019 at 7:35 AM, SBorBust said:

You have Dak Prescott. He isn’t very good AND wants to break the bank with a new contract. Looking to the past is all you’ve got for the next decade.

Dak Prescott is already the best QB in the league.  Even better than Derek Carr.   I know that sounds impossible, but that's how awesome he is.

He needs to be paid accordingly.  $450 million - all guaranteed.  

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On 2/17/2019 at 10:42 PM, DakZekeDez said:

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All-time but how about the Cowboys win % since 1996 

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On 2/18/2019 at 1:58 PM, VaBeach_Eagle said:

Since you're posting the 'All-time' percentages, you have to also accept that the Eagles are only 1 Championship behind the Cowboys, 5 to 4.

Now that you've accepted that fact, let's look at just the 21st Century. I'm not going to do the entire league though. Just the NFC East.

In the 21st Century the NFC East breaks down like this:

Philadelphia Eagles 181-122-1  .597
Dallas Cowboys 160-144-0  .526
New York Giants 154-150-0 .507
Washington Redskins 129-174-1 .426

That's just the regular season. Here's the post season...

New York Giants 10-6 .625 2 Super Bowl Championships
Philadelphia Eagles 14-11 .560 1 Super Bowl Championship
Dallas Cowboys 3-7 .300 Never made past the Divisional Round
Washington Redskins 1-4 .200 Never made it past the Divisional Round

2000-2018

Philadelphia Eagles:
181-122-1, 14-11 in playoffs
1 Super Bowl Championship (17)
1 Super Bowl loss (04)
2-4 NFC Championship game (01, 02, 03, 04, 08, 17)
6-3 Divisional Rd
4-3 Wild Card
12 playoff appearances: (00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 06, 08, 09, 10, 13, 17, 18)
8 NFC East titles
4 losing seasons
4 head coaches
vs Giants: 25-13
vs Cowboys: 21-17
vs Redskins: 23-15
Record vs NFC East: 69-45

Dallas Cowboys: 
160-144, 3-7 in playoffs
0-5 Divisional rd
3-2 Wild Card
7 playoff appearances: (03, 06, 07, 09, 14, 16, 18)
5 NFC East titles
6 losing seasons
4 head coaches
vs Redskins: 24-14
vs Eagles: 17-21
vs Giants: 17-21
Record vs NFC East: 58-56

New York Giants: 
154-150, 10-5 in playoffs
2 Super Bowl Championships (07, 11)
1 Super Bowl loss (00)
2-1 NFC Championship game (00, 07, 11)
2-1 Divisional Rd
2-4 Wild Card
8 playoff appearances: (00, 02, 05, 06, 07, 08, 11, 16)
3 NFC East titles
8 losing seasons
3 head coaches
vs Redskins: 25-13
vs Cowboys: 21-17
vs Eagles: 13-25
Record vs NFC East: 60-54


Washington Redskins: 
129-174-1, 1-4 in playoffs
0-1 Divisional Rd
1-3 Wild Card
4 playoff appearances: (05, 07, 12, 15)
2 NFC East titles
11 losing seasons
8 head coaches
vs Eagles: 15-23
vs Giants: 16-22
vs Cowboys: 14-24
Record vs NFC East: 45-69
 

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The cowboys hold the record for longest losing streak in divisional round (7).  

Cowboys one of three teams in NFC that hasn’t been to conference championship and one of four that hasn’t not been to super bowl  this century 

More things for cowboys fans to be proud of :D

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30 minutes ago, pisceschica said:

The cowboys hold the record for longest losing streak in divisional round (7).  

Cowboys one of three teams in NFC that hasn’t been to conference championship and one of four that hasn’t not been to super bowl  this century 

More things for cowboys fans to be proud of :D

Not only this century... this millennium.

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