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|curved.space.labs wrote: |
Browns: 56 Steelers: 59 (plus two wins in the playoffs)
*Of note: the first 40 games of this series were Browns 31 - Steelers 9.
*Largest victory: Browns 51, Steelers 0
Hall Of Famers
Browns: 21 Steelers: 23
Paul Brown & Bill Cowher - only two coaches to lead their teams to playoffs in each of first 6 seasons.
NFL Championship appearances between 1933-1969
Browns: 11 Steelers: 0
Browns: 8 (4 AAFL) Steelers: 6
Even if you discount the 4 straight AAFL Championships, the Browns still have 4 NFL Championships, and to ignore historical fact is assinine and lame beyond all reproach. That's like douches in the late 80s saying the Packers sucked as an organization, ignoring the Lombardi era. News and pro tip: those championships still count. Since the Browns won their first in 1950, only the Packers, Steelers, 49ers, Cowboys & Colts have as many...pretty fucking good company, as any objective observer would note.
Very interesting bit of trivia
When the league was voting on the Browns relocation, Steelers owner Dan Rooney was one of only two owners to vote against the move. In tribute of Cleveland losing the Browns, Steeler fans wore orange arm bands to the final game at Three Rivers Stadium as a sign of mutual respect and sorrow for losing a great rivalry.
Guys (read: dicks from Pittsburgh who either too young to know this information or just foolish enough to ignore it), learn some fucking football history before you try to chime in and talk a bunch of shit.
It's a fucking rivalry through and through, and all of your little mindless quips won't change that fact. I mean, Graph - you're a funny guy, but c'mon...sack up and admit what's real one time.