Medsamust Saint Fan
- Apr 14, 2007
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Interesting article about how hard it is to win a single SB these days and even moreso to win multiple. I feel bad for us Saints fans, but now I feel some sorrow for Pack fans, 3 NFC title games in the last 6 years and no SBs.
Since their Super Bowl victories, Rodgers and the Packers are 6-7 in the postseason with the three NFC Championship Game appearances, while Brees and the Saints are 4-6 with one trip to the NFC title game.
But when asked if he is surprised by their Super Bowl droughts, NBC analyst and Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy said, "Not really. Because people think it's easy. But so many things have to go right for you."
Unfortunately, the Saints might actually have the Packers beaten when it comes to gut-wrenching playoff exits. Last season it was an overtime playoff loss at home to the Minnesota Vikings in the wild-card round. The season before that it was the missed pass interference call against the Los Angeles Rams when the Saints were minutes away from winning the NFC Championship Game in the Superdome. And the season before that it was the "Minneapolis Miracle" in the divisional round at Minnesota
Touch to Win Multiple SBs at QB"It's not fair [QBs are judged by Super Bowls]. But we don't live in a fair world, and playing quarterback in the NFL is not for people who want that," said ESPN analyst and former NFL quarterback Dan Orlovsky. "Listen, this a very black and white and easy statement for me: Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers are two of the greatest players and quarterbacks that have ever played the position.