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      People want GB to forget it's history and championships because of the merger and a name change of the game. It's always team fans without any championships from that time that want to do that, ironically. Steelers had just as many chances to win championships pre-SB as GB did. They didn't. So when you compare championships to the Steelers, It's pretty fair to say GB has more. You just have more in the SB-era.

      To forget about the history and say it doesn't matter because things have changed kind of makes for a slippery slide. Who decides then which SB or championships count? Eventually somebody could say the SB's before 1990 don't matter cause so much has changed, new rules, free agency, so it's much harder now to win SBs now. What happens if the NFL goes International? Do we reset every team to 0 then and start over counting Championships? Obviously, it's best to just let it be.
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