All indications are that we are going to be treated to an entertaining Super Bowl on Sunday night. Putting aside all the pomp and circumstance that comes with Super Bowl media day (which Bleacher Fan loves, by the way) and all the build up to kickoff, we should see a good game featuring two of the sport’s most distinguished franchises, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers. Both teams have national followings, and I, for one, will be looking forward to seeing the overnight ratings on Monday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are arguably the greatest franchise in NFL history. And, whenever a sports conversation involves the word “arguably,” this is the forum to ARGUE it. That’s what we’ll do today with the following question: As it stands right now (not taking into account what happens on Sunday night), are the Steelers the greatest franchise in the history of the NFL?
Babe Ruthless will argue that, despite the presence of other great franchises in the league, the Steelers are in fact the greatest NFL franchise. Bleacher Fan, who is a known Steeler basher, will never admit (on or off the record) that the Steelers are the greatest franchise in NFL history. But, he must also convince the judge, as well.
The winner will not receive a Lombardi Trophy, but the loser could very well be slapped in the face with a terrible towel!