This was brought up in another forum (I'm not going to advertise the other forum) but it turned into more of a flame war and I figured a good discussion could start here on it.
The question at hand is which team do you think will be the first to 6 Superbowl championships? The main teams of the discussion were Dal, Pitt, and SF. Some other teams such as the Pats were brought into the discussion, so feel free to bring up any team you think has a realistic chance of making it to 6 first.
And if this should be moved to "Debates", please feel free to move it.
With PIT being the only realistic possibility in the next 5 years. I don't think DAL has the long term pieces in place (although the D is decent and developing, and Romo could work out). I think SF's improvement is vastly overrated (the D is nothing special, I don't think A.Smith will ever be an elite QB, Gore has injury and contract issues, and we'll see if the Offense as a whole takes a step back after the loss of Norv Turner). PIT at least has Rothelisburger and a solid D (although it underachieved last year). FWP is a good RB, and although the coaching change might hurt them, they at least have the foundational pieces in place to make another run IMO. In fact, I'd go so far as to say, that NE has just about as much a chance at reaching 6 rings as DAL or SF in the next 5-7 years (and they're starting with 2 less)...
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