In the NFL, every decade, one team stands tall above the rest and claims that decade for their own.
In the 1960s, the Green Bay Packers were the best, winning Super Bowls I and II. They were so good that the Super Bowl Championship was named after their coach, Vince Lombardi.
In the 1970s, the Pittsburgh Steelers led by the Steel Curtain won four Super Bowls in six years, a feat that has not been matched since.
In the 1980s, the San Francisco 49ers owned the decade, with two Hall of Fame QBs and the greatest wide receiver to ever play the game.
The Dallas Cowboys owned the 1990s. With the birth of free agency, the Cowboys would win three Super Bowls.
As would the New England Patriots, in the first half of the 2000s.
That leads me to wonder—could the Pittsburgh Steelers become the team of the next decade?
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