Top 10 NFL Teams Of All Time

Top 10 NFL Teams Of All Time

NFL game is the most popular game in the world and it is very enjoyable game for its fans. Now it is a good time to stir up the debate about which team is the greatest of all time. We’ve collected our list below but we want to hear what readers think. Check out our list, then see how our readers ranked their choices as the greatest top 10 NFL teams of all time.

(1)    1985 Bears in NFL games

It was certainly cocky for the Bears to record the “Super Bowl Shuffle” video before the playoffs even began, but to metaphrase an old saying, it isn’t cocky if you can back it up.Led by Hall of Fame coach Mike Ditka, the 1985 NFL game bears held regular-season opponents to a total of just 198 (scoring 456 points while allowing) points en route to a 15-1 season. Chicago stormed through the postseason, shutting out their first two playoff opposition before thumping the Patriots 46-10 in Super Bowl XX.

And they blew through the playoffs, shutting out the Giants 21-0 and then the Rams 24-0 for the NFC game’s title. After the Bears destroyed the Pats 46-10 in the Super Bowl. It kind of felt like we were the team that the Globetrotters play all the time.

(2)    1972 Dolphins

The 1972 Dolphins team wants acceptance as the greatest team of all time simply because they went through the regular season and the playoffs unconquered, finish with a 17-0 record. We don’t ignore this is a great reduction – a singular one in fact. But this is finally a narrow contention.

Consider for example that the Dolphins played one of the easiest schedules in modern NFL game history. The opponent had a united winning percentage under 400. Unlike the 1985 Bears, the Dolphins didn’t move through the playoffs. They beat the Steelers in the AFC title game by only four points 21-17 and we’re going into underdogs the Super Bowl against the Redskins. Who they defeated 14-7, Undefeated underdogs? That means you’re not beaten, but you are beatable. We respect the majesty of head coach Larry Csonka, Mercury Morris, Don Shula, Jim Kiick, QB Bob Griese, Garo Yepremian and the Dolphins boasted the league’s top-ranked offense and top-ranked defense in 1972, helping lead them to the only undefeated season in NFL game history. Miami’s Larry Csonka and Mercury Morris became the first running back tandem to each rush for 1,000 yards in a season. But the Bears would have beaten them in a head-to-head match.

(3)    1962 Packers

The Pack’s defense was prevalent in 1962, allowing less than 11 points per game and holding the Eagles to just 54 yards of offense in a regular season meeting and racked up 628 yards on offense. The champions’ offense was no slouch either, leading the NFL games in points and boasting the league’s top passer, Bart Starr, Vince Lombardi, Paul Hornung, Max McGee, Boyd Dowler and top rusher Jim Taylor a great offensive line.

The preseason prognosticates what would come the Pack got through the six-game display schedule without a loss. Winning their first four regular-season games with the unbalanced combined total of 109-14 then they got going for real. The Packers won six matches more before losing their 11th game to the Lions. That’s 16 straight  In their November 11 contest against Philly. In the NFL championship games against the Giants almost single-handedly shut down Y.A. Tittle’s offense, and Green Bay triumphed 16-7.

(4) 1991 Redskins 

As ESPN contributor Eddie Epstein has renowned, you can look at two states to get a pretty good idea of just how great a team is yards acquired per pass effort, and yards allowed per pass effort. The 1991 ‘Skins ascend the NFL games in each category, with Mark Rypien averaging 8.5 yards per attempt, while his colleagues in Washington’s defense permitted only 6 yards per effort. And outscored opponents 485-224 in the regular season thanks to an offense that included a Super Bowl MVP quarterback. 1,000-yard rusher Ernest Byner, and Hall of Fame wide receiver Art Monk. The Redskins won each 1991 playoff game by double digits, including a 37-24 win over Buffalo in the Super Bowl. Art Monk, who caught 71 passes for 1,049 yards, and Gary Clark, who averaged almost 20 yards per catch, gaining 1,340 yards on 70 receptions. Washington was also good on the ground, with Earnest Byner and Ricky Ervins combining for 1,708 yards.

The Redskins outscored their Opposition  485-224, and they had a hard schedule. After going 14-2, they bustled through the NFC playoffs, beating the Falcons 24-7 and destruction the Lions 41-10 on their way to the Super Bowl.

(5) 1999 Rams

During the 1999 season than observing the Rams grocery-clerk led the offense, was there anything more exciting? The 1999 Rams earned 526 points during their 13-3 ordinary season, an average of nearly 33 points per game. Kurt Warner casts down  41 TD passes on his way to a 109.2 QB rating, carriage and Marshall Faulk ran for 1,381 yards (an average of 5.5 car carriage) and took 87 passes for another thousand yards?

The defense wasn’t too much either, approving only 15 points per game, fourth in the NFL games. In the playoffs, the Rams corroborated they could win high-scoring ballgames (they beat the Vikings 49-37 in the divisional playoff), low-scoring ball games (they beat the Bucs 11-6 for the NFC title), and a rare the-hell-with-the-dip Super Bowl over the Giants 23-16.

(6) 1989 49ers

Joe Montana performed more than 70 percent of his passes and threw for an average of 9½ yards for every attempted pass in 1989. That’s partial because he had mostly two great and favorite targets: wide receiver Jerry Rice, who snagged 82 passes for 1,483 yards, 17 TDs, and wide receiver John Taylor, who caught 60 passes for 1,077 yards, 10 TDs. The Niners were also efficient on the ground (Roger Craig rushed for 1,000-plus yards), and their pass defense was one of the greatest in the league. Just how better was this team? Before they met the Broncos in Super Bowl XXIV, Terry Bradshaw made his popular prognosis. There is no way the 49ers can lose. It could be 55-3 by halftime.” He wasn’t far off the mark. The 49ers led by 27-3 at the half and went on to win 55-10.

(7) 1979 Steelers

It’s difficult to resolve which was the best of the four Steelers teams of NFL games that acquired Super Bowls in the 1970s when Pittsburgh’s offense was more powerful and the defense was still going consolidated, it ‘ll take the ’79 edition.

The Steelers were the NFL games best invective team in 1979: Terry Bradshaw threw for 3,724 yards and 26 TDs, Franco Harris averaged 4.4 yards per carry on his way to 1,186 yards on the ground,  Rocky Bleier, and Sidney Thornton associated for 1,019 yards. And Lynn Swann and John Stallworth were horrible threats at WR. The Steelers went 12-4 during the regular season and beat the Rams 31-19 in the Super Bowl.

(8) 1994 49ers

Steve Young responded the critics who said, he couldn’t perfectly fill the shoes of Joe Montana in 1994. That season, Young guided what may have been the best offense in NFL game’s history, fulfilling 70.3 percent of his passes for 3,969 yards and 35 TDs.

Of course, Jerry Rice, his main target was, who taken 112 passes for a league-leading 1,499 yards and 13 TDs, Ricky Watters took 66 passes coming out of the backfield and TE Brent Jones took  49 passes and scored nine TDs. The 49ers fully completed the regular season with a 13-3 record. In three playoff games, the 49ers scored 131 points – an average of 43.7 a game, and bustle to a 49-26 Super Bowl conquest over the attacker. Oh, and the defense wasn’t too shabby either — it was classified sixth in the NFL  games in 1994.

(9) 1996 Packers

The best offense of the Green Bay had it all in 1996, and best defense in the NFL team. Brett Favre, who was famous NFL game  MVP in 1996, fulfilling almost 60 percent of his passes for 3,899 yards and 39 TDs. And he was capably supported by Jim McMahon, who fulfilling 75 percent of his four passes.

The Pack didn’t have too much unease on the way to their Super Bowl-winning over the Patriots in New Orleans after their 13-3 regular season, and Green Bay scored 100 points in three playoff games and their average margin of victory was 17-plus points.

(10) 1971 Cowboys

The 1971 Cowboys boasted a feast for a various offense that scored 40-plus points, five times during the 14-game regular season.

With Roger Staubach (who racked up a 104.8 QB rating) sharing duties with Craig Morton for part of the season, the ‘Boys could come at defenses from all angles. Duane Thomas earned almost 800 yards, averaging 4.5 yards per carrying. Walt Garrison took 40 passes coming out of the backfield. Calvin Hill played only eight games but acquired 468 yards on the ground. And wide receiver Bob Hayes averaged unbelievable 26.9 yards per receiving.

The defense took over, in the playoffs, holding the 49ers to a single field goal in the NFC championship game and the Dolphins to one field goal in the Super Bowl.


1979 Steelers, 1994 49ers, 1996 Packers and 1971 Cowboys were the better team 7th -10th  position and there played very famous player in the NFL game in the world.