So, technically the Green Bay Packers won only two Super Bowls? One with Farve and won with Rogers. When they beat the Raiders and Cheifs it wasn't called the Super Bowl, do those first two count less then the ones with Farve and Rodgers?
Now, I think it's disrespectful to the past players to say their championships don't "count" as much as a Super Bowl. I don't think today's fans should just poo poo those past champions. Everything we have, all the things we love about football was because the game was built on their shoulders. They broke their bodies so today's players could reap the rewards, they often had to work regular jobs just to make ends meet. It's just always been a pet peeve of mine, I'm not calling anyone out it's more of a general statement. Time for me to get of my soapbox! The Browns have never been to the championship game called the Super Bowl but theirs should not be shoved aside either. Besides, even though there's 32 teams now I could argue there's actually less good teams today than the 10 teams in the NFL back then. There's a lot of hot garbage in the NFL which I find it hard to watch until the playoffs.