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Kansas City Chiefs
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New England Patriots
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Houston Texans
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Buffalo Bills
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Tennessee Titans
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Pittsburgh Steelers
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Denver Broncos
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Oakland Raiders
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Indianapolis Colts
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New York Jets
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Jacksonville Jaguars
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Cleveland Browns
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San Diego Chargers
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Miami Dolphins
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Cincinnati Bengals
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New England Patriots
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Buffalo Bills
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New York Jets
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Miami Dolphins
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Baltimore Ravens
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Pittsburgh Steelers
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Cleveland Browns
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Cincinnati Bengals
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Houston Texans
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Tennessee Titans
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Indianapolis Colts
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Jacksonville Jaguars
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Kansas City Chiefs
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Denver Broncos
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Oakland Raiders
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San Diego Chargers
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San Francisco 49Ers
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Green Bay Packers
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New Orleans Saints
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Philadelphia Eagles
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Seattle Seahawks
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Minnesota Vikings
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Los Angeles Rams
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Chicago Bears
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Dallas Cowboys
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Atlanta Falcons
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Arizona Cardinals
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Carolina Panthers
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New York Giants
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Detroit Lions
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Washington Redskins
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Philadelphia Eagles
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Dallas Cowboys
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New York Giants
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Washington Redskins
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Green Bay Packers
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Minnesota Vikings
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Chicago Bears
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Detroit Lions
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New Orleans Saints
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Atlanta Falcons
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Carolina Panthers
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San Francisco 49Ers
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Seattle Seahawks
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Los Angeles Rams
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Arizona Cardinals
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Baltimore Ravens
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Green Bay Packers
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San Francisco 49Ers
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New Orleans Saints
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Kansas City Chiefs
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New England Patriots
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Seattle Seahawks
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Houston Texans
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Buffalo Bills
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Minnesota Vikings
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Philadelphia Eagles
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Los Angeles Rams
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Tennessee Titans
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Chicago Bears
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Dallas Cowboys
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Pittsburgh Steelers
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Atlanta Falcons
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Indianapolis Colts
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Denver Broncos
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Oakland Raiders
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New York Jets
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Cleveland Browns
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Jacksonville Jaguars
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Arizona Cardinals
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Miami Dolphins
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Carolina Panthers
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San Diego Chargers
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New York Giants
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Detroit Lions
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Washington Redskins
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Cincinnati Bengals
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12.12.2019 - 16:17 Uhr
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The four major Boston-area sports teams have enjoyed tremendous success over the past two decades, but it was not always championship trophies and MVP awards for the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins. If you dig up an old newspaper from the turn of the century, you might find what many would consider a surreal reminder of that. Darren Rovell tweeted a photo on Thursday that showed the cover of the sports section in The Patriot Ledger — a publication in Quincy, Mass. — from Dec. 12, 2000. It featured cartoon sketches of Patriots coach Bill Belichick, former Celtics coach Rick Pitino, former Bruins coach Mike Keenan and ex-Red Sox manager Jimy Williams. The headline read “Welcome to LOSERVILLE.” As Rovell notes, things have changed quite dramatically since then. The teams have combined for 12 championships, with the Patriots winning six of those. The cartoon featured a bubble coming from Belichick that said, “I should have stayed with the Jets,” but something tells us the future Hall of Famer is happy with
  

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