The Ultimate Strat-O-Matic Tournament (To This Point) Breakdown

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The Ultimate Strat-O-Matic Tournament (To This Point) Breakdown

Alright lets start from the begining; my best friend Steve and I have been playing old school NFL Strat-O-Matic.  Steve has been playing for 20-30 some odd years and I've been playing approximately 15 years.  It's all about rolling the dice and hoping you guessed right, or make a play.  There is a computer version of the game but we enjoy the board game, and we put together this our fifth or sixth tournament.  I have finally built my collection up finally and we compiled the top 64 teams and ranked them on knowledge of the game and preveous tournament acheivment, or lack there of.

I'm going to go ahead and sort out the top ten for you then I'll list the last 54 according to rank.

We may have been a lil byist in the top five rankings, but at the same time the No. 1 '67 Baltimore Colts have won more than one tournament.  No. 2 was a new team we had just received, the '79 Pittsburg Steelers have just about everything a coach needs to win, aside from a serious pass rusher.

The '66 Green Bay Packers, another preveous tournament champion came in at the No. 3 team.  With Bart Starrs Passing card being the deciding factor in them being placed ahead of the No. 4 '78 Pittsburg Steelers.  With the Steele currton controling things once again, the less then stellar offensive numbers, put this Super Bowl Champion at No. 4.  Another of our new team finds thier way into the top five as the '78 Dallas Cowboys.

No. 6 comes to us from the great north in the form of the '75 Minnesota Vikings.  Fran Tarkenton, Chuck Foreman, and an exellent defense made this team an easy top ten but the lack of turnover creation dropped this team from the top five. Our No. 7 team is the '63 New York Giants led by Y.A. Tittle and Joe Morrison, the Giants won our first tournament, by beating a fellow Giants squad. '95 Pittsburg Steelers, even with a super bowl loss have won multipule tournaments and made it No. 8.

The Raiders get thier first entry into the tournament with '69 Oakland team at No. 9.  The excellent defense and above average offense is what makes this the highest ranked Raider team. The Colts Franchise get its second team in with No. 10 super bowl champion '68 Baltimore.

The following is the remaining rankings, with record.

No. 11 '67 Oakland Raiders 11-2-1, No. 12 '69 Kansas City Cheifs 11-3, No. 13 '63 San Diego Chargers 11-3, No. 14 '93 Green Bay Packers 12-4, No. 15 '07 New England Patriots 16-0, No. 16 '71 Dallas Cowboys 11-3, No. 17 '84 San Francisco 49ers 15-1, No. 18 '01 St. Louis Rams 14-2, No. 19 '04 Pittsburg Steelers 15-1, No. 20 '69 Minnesota Vikings 12-2, No. 21 '79 San Diego Chargers 12-4, No. 22 '69 Dallas Cowboys 11-2-1, No. 23 '99 St. Louis Rams 13-3, No. 24 '73 Miami Dolpins 12-2, No. 25 '86 New York Giants 14-2, No. 26 '66 Dalla Cowboys 10-3-1, No. 27 '06 San Diego Chargers 14-2, No. 28 '95 Dallas Cowboys 12-4, No. 29 '69 Las Angeles Rams 11-3, No. 30 '84 Miami Dolphins 14-2, No. 31 '78 Los Angeles Rams 12-4, No. 32 '83 Washington Redskins 14-2,

Finally to the bottom half; No. 33 '96 Green Bay Packers 13-3, No. 34 '84 Los Angeles Raiders, No. 35 '79 Dallas Cowboys 11-5, No. 36 '74 St. Louis Cardinals 10-4, No. 37 '86 San Francisco 49ers 10-5-1, No. 38 '80 Oakland Raiders 11-5, No. 39 '79 Oilers 11-5, No. 40 70 Dallas Cowboys 10-4, No. 41 '66 Los Angeles Rams 8-6, No. 42 '70 Baltimore Colts 11-2-1, No. 43 '79 Los Angeles Rams 9-7, No. 44 '70 San Francisco 49ers 10-3-1, No. 45 '63 oakland Raiders 10-4, No. 46 '83 Miami Dolphins 12-4, No. 47 '86 Washington Redskins 12-4, No. 48 '04 Indionapalip Colts 12-4, No. 49 '83 Los Angeles Raiders 12-4, No. 50 '93 Houston Oilers 12-4, No. 51 '01 New England Patriots 11-5, No. 52 '86 Chicago Bears 14-2, No. 53 '01 San Francisco 49ers 12-4, No. 54 '99 Jacksonville Jaguars 14-2, No. 55 '96 Pittsburg Steelers 10-6, No. 56 '86 New England Patriots 11-5, No. 57 '78 Miami Dolphins 11-5, No. 58 '96 Carolina Panthers 12-4, No. 59 '67 Green Bay Packers 9-4-1, No. 60 '00 Baltimore Ravens 13-3, No. 61 '78 New England Patriots 11-5, No. 62 '03 Carolina Panthers 11-5, No. 63 '88 Chicago Bears 12-4, No. 64 '78 Denver Broncos 10-6.

Feel free to comment we have already gotten more teams for our next tournament. Thanks.

 

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