1. The 1990 New York Giants- The New York Giants of 1990 regrettably coached by Bill Parcells of the FSU horrible coaching tree in 77-79 where he was linebackers coach, is to me the best team ever to win a Super Bowl considering the circumstances. Considering the team that they were going up against as the Buffalo Bills, who were indeed a powerhouse for four years, just choke artists of the ahead of their time. If you want a testament to this is, MVP Ottis Anderson, of the greatest school ever in recorded history, THE U; who was at the end of his career and was still able to put together a masterful season and the most beautiful Super Bowl MVP game arguably in the history of Super Bowls. A team whose franchise quarterback was injured for the season was able to take a lesser known Jeff Hostetler from West Virginia, who nobody wanted and was a special teamer on the Giants team himself. Self-proclaimed that he almost quit and turn that team, with Lawrence Taylor leading the way, into arguably the best Super Bowl teams ever in one of the most dramatic games in recorded history, A 20 to 19 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
2. The 1972 Miami Dolphins – The 1972 Miami Dolphins can be best described as will with splintering force. A harkening back to the day where Miami had a sense of pride of itself and cared how it carried itself as well as the pride of the team of the city, and of the Orange bowl. The Orange bowl the most beautiful stadium ever constructed besides the Coliseum in Rome and the only place where football has ever been perfect, which should have never been destroyed ever. A perfect blend of a no name defense and a running game that could have possibly inspired a hapless Steelers NFL team at that time.
3. 1993 Dallas Cowboys – The team that Jimmy Johnson built, reached its pinnacle to me right here. A perfect paprika of offense and defense, with Aikman, Irvin, and Smith blazing down the strip. The defense anchored by Charles Haley, and Leon Lett in one of the most lopsided victories in Super Bowl history.
5. 2000 Baltimore Ravens – The team that proved that defense wins championships. With Hall of Famer in the waiting Ray Lewis shutting shit down, and Trent Dilfer showing us why game management is important, the Ravens certainly deserve a place in history.
6. 1988 Washington Redskins – Charlie Casserly should be praised by Joe Gibbs for the rest of his life. The team that inspired Keeanu Reeves and Gene Hackman, the Redskins over came player strikes and a asshole QB named Jay Schroder, and Doug Williams and the boys erased some bigotry while setting a then record for TD passes in a Super Bowl.
7. 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers – After years of being the laughing stalk of the league, the Steelers reached their pinnacle and the first dynasty of a decade in NFL history. With Mean Joe Green, and an offense with Swann, Stallworth, Bradshaw, and Franco Harris that took out America’s Team to be the team of the 70’s
9. 1994 San Francisco 49ers – Steve Young, Deion Sanders, Rickey Watters, and the greatest receiver and possibly player to ever play the sport Jerry Rice. Bill Walshes B team makes their mark on history, by putting an exclamation point on a Super Bowl winning season with a total destruction of the San Diego Chargers.
10. 2008 New York Giants – A team mired in mediocrity, showed that if you catch fire and gel at the right time, even a 9-7 wild card team can beat a 18-0 favorite. They also showed you Tom Faggot Brady is gay, and a system QB who wouldn’t have won anything without Darth Vader(Bill Belicheck)