The NFL has always had a reputation for being tough on its players, especially after some high profile incidents from years gone by. And, its one of the most liked sport in the best online casino Australia sports betting department as well. Since 2000, the Super Bowl winner has gone on to win the World Series at least once each year. Plus, of the 29 different Super Bowl champions, eight have also won multiple championships over the years. Here are some of the biggest winners in NFL history.
The Green Bay Packers have made it to three consecutive championships. They were able to go two games further than the New England Patriots this past season and will look to be the first team since the Chicago Bears in 1984-86 to successfully defend their title. The Packers were undefeated with Aaron Rodgers under centre despite playing without top wide receiver Randall Cobb and running back Eddie Lacy. Rodgers finished with 3,200 yards passing while throwing only nine interceptions and 12 touchdowns.
After making just one playoff appearance before 2014, the Cleveland Browns went to four straight postseasons including two AFC Championship appearances. After finishing last place in 2012, they were able to make the playoffs in 2013 and then finished third overall behind the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers in 2014.
New York Giants
Just like the Green Bay Packers, the New York Giants have been around forever but haven’t found much success in recent times. But the franchise is headed in the right direction as they could potentially become the first team since the 1950s to win five Super Bowls. In addition to that, they’ve reached an NFC Championship Game every time they’ve made the postseason during the 2010s. Their current quarterback Eli Manning was the fourth pick in 2004 out of Mississippi State University. He’s currently in his 14th season with the Giants and led them to victory in Super Bowl XLVI against the New England Patriots.