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2000’s New England Patriots

After pulling off one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history over the St. Louis Rams, the Patriots cemented their place in the Pantheon of NFL greats with two more titles in the decade paced by Tom Brady’s rise from backup to icon.

Winning Ingredients:

Coach Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, Troy Brown, Tedy Bruschi, Ty Law, Lawyer Milloy, Rodney Harrison, Richard Seymour, Adam Vinatieri.

1990’s Dallas Cowboys

Led by the brashness of Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones, the 90s Cowboys won with a swagger rarely seen in NFL history. Dallas won three Super Bowls in four years as the Triplets of Aikman, Irvin and Smith became super stars for America’s Team.

Winning Ingredients:

Coach Jimmy Johnson, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Charles Haley, Nate Newton, Daryl Johnson, Jay Novacek.

1970’s Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steel Curtain reigned over the NFL in the 1970s, winning four Super Bowls in a six year period. The Super Bowl XIII win over Dallas featured the game’s first rematch and is credited with revolutionizing what Super Bowl Sunday has become.

Winning Ingredients:

Coach Chuck Noll, Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Jack Lambert, John Stallworth, Lynn Swann, Mel Blount, Mike Webster, Joe Green.

1960’s Green Bay Packers

Vince Lombardi's Packers won five NFL titles in the 1960s, including Super Bowls I and II. The 1966 NFL Championship Game, a rematch with the Cowboys, became known as the Ice Bowl and is one of the most famous games in NFL history.

Winning Ingredients:

Coach Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr, Paul Hornung, Willie Wood, Jim Taylor, Dave Robinson, Ray Nitschke, Henry Jordan, Forrest Gregg.

1980’s San Francisco 49ers

With a revolutionary offense and a stout defense, the 49ers dominated the NFL in the 1980s. Joe Montana executed Bill Walsh’s precision West Coast Offense, leading San Francisco to four rings in the decade, including back-to-back wins.

Winning Ingredients:

Coach Bill Walsh, Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, Jerry Rice, Dwight Clark, Fred Dean, John Taylor, Roger Craig, Randy Cross, Wendell Tyler.