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    Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    [size=14pt]Top 10 offenses[/size]
    June 12, 2009
    NFL Total Access counts down the top 10 offenses in NFL history

    Link: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-networ...op-10-offenses

    10. 1958 Colts
    9.

    1987 49ers
    8.

    2004 Colts
    7.

    1981 Chargers
    6.

    1984 Dolphins
    5.

    1983 Redskins
    4.

    1950 Rams
    [size=11pt]3.
    1998 Vikings[/size]
    2.

    2007 Patriots
    1.

    1999 Rams

    I agree that they list the '98 Vikings at least in the top 5 offenses of all times. They had the record for most points scored in a season for 17 years, and only one team managed to break that record (and I'm shure that it is not a coincident that Randy Moss played on both teams)

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "HEY" wrote:
    [size=14pt]Top 10 offenses[/size]
    June 12, 2009
    NFL Total Access counts down the top 10 offenses in NFL history

    Link: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-networ...op-10-offenses

    10. 1958 Colts
    9.

    1987 49ers
    8.

    2004 Colts
    7.

    1981 Chargers
    6.

    1984 Dolphins
    5.

    1983 Redskins
    4.

    1950 Rams
    [size=11pt]3.
    1989 Vikings[/size]
    2.

    2007 Patriots
    1.

    1999 Rams

    I agree that they list the '89 Vikings at least in the top 5 offenses of all times. They had the record for most points scored in a season for 17 years, and only one team managed to break that record (and I'm shure that it is not a coincident that Randy Moss played on both teams)
    1998?

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "HEY" wrote:
    [size=14pt]Top 10 offenses[/size]
    June 12, 2009
    NFL Total Access counts down the top 10 offenses in NFL history

    Link: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-networ...op-10-offenses

    10. 1958 Colts
    9.
    1987 49ers
    8.
    2004 Colts
    7.
    1981 Chargers
    6.
    1984 Dolphins
    5.
    1983 Redskins
    4.
    1950 Rams
    [size=11pt]3.
    1989 Vikings[/size]
    2.
    2007 Patriots
    1.
    1999 Rams

    I agree that they list the '89 Vikings at least in the top 5 offenses of all times. They had the record for most points scored in a season for 17 years, and only one team managed to break that record (and I'm shure that it is not a coincident that Randy Moss played on both teams)
    1998?
    Good catch.

    We did get almost 700 yards out of Herschel Walker that year though. ;D And we did have Wade Wilson.

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "HEY" wrote:
    [size=14pt]Top 10 offenses[/size]
    June 12, 2009
    NFL Total Access counts down the top 10 offenses in NFL history

    Link: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-networ...op-10-offenses

    10. 1958 Colts
    9.

    1987 49ers
    8.

    2004 Colts
    7.

    1981 Chargers
    6.

    1984 Dolphins
    5.

    1983 Redskins
    4.

    1950 Rams
    [size=11pt]3.
    1989 Vikings[/size]
    2.

    2007 Patriots
    1.

    1999 Rams

    I agree that they list the '89 Vikings at least in the top 5 offenses of all times. They had the record for most points scored in a season for 17 years, and only one team managed to break that record (and I'm shure that it is not a coincident that Randy Moss played on both teams)
    1998?
    Good catch.

    We did get almost 700 yards out of Herschel Walker that year though. ;D And we did have Wade Wilson.
    We only had to trade a dynasty for him...

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    "jessejames09" wrote:
    "HEY" wrote:
    [size=14pt]Top 10 offenses[/size]
    June 12, 2009
    NFL Total Access counts down the top 10 offenses in NFL history

    Link: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-networ...op-10-offenses

    10. 1958 Colts
    9.

    1987 49ers
    8.

    2004 Colts
    7.

    1981 Chargers
    6.

    1984 Dolphins
    5.

    1983 Redskins
    4.

    1950 Rams
    [size=11pt]3.
    1998 Vikings[/size]
    2.

    2007 Patriots
    1.

    1999 Rams

    I agree that they list the *98 Vikings at least in the top 5 offenses of all times. They had the record for most points scored in a season for 17 years, and only one team managed to break that record (and I'm shure that it is not a coincident that Randy Moss played on both teams)
    1998?
    Ops... fixed it

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    I don't see Lord Favre & the Packers anywhere on that list.

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

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    I don't see Lord Favre & the Packers anywhere on that list.


    Favre might just end up topping off that list by years end, seeing he will play with some other awesome weapons..AD, Shanko, PH, BB, SR, CT, BW, ect ect.......Should be a great show to watch.


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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

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    "singersp" wrote:
    I don't see Lord Favre & the Packers anywhere on that list.
    Favre might just end up topping off that list by years end, seeing he will play with some other awesome weapons..AD, Shanko, PH, BB, SR, CT, BW, ect ect.......Should be a great show to watch.
    Only if he wins & if he accepts an incentive based contract that will only pay him for his time if he doesn't.

    I can't picture him doing that. He'll want guaranteed money & if he doesn't get it, I think you'll hear that his arm didn't heal right or he doesn't want to play & he'll stay retired.

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    They only put the Rams as 1 because Martz was on the show, and they won the super bowl.

    Which is BS... TEAMS win super bowls, not halves of teams. That's no justification for saying one offense is better than another, as far as I think, it should be 2007 Patriots 1, 98 Vikings 2. They scored the most, and second most point... and I'm pretty sure that's what offenses are supposed to do, so doesn't that make them the best?

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    Re: Top 10 NFL offenses of all time

    Keep reaching and hoping little grasshopper....LOL





    Brett will sign and will start game one of the season, as a MN Viking.......Is this so hard to see?
    It's basicaly written on the wall for all of us. This has been planned since last year.
    We are about to see it all unfold.


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