I hate to deflate the Steeler fans' excitement with their terrible towelettes, but I would like to remind them that there was a National Football League long before Super Bowl era, which began with the 1966 season. "No one else has 6 - we are the greatest of all-time!" Ummm, in a word, no. The NFL has been around in one form or another since 1920. They started playing a championship game in the 1933 season, so that is where we will begin the count. Here is a list of most NFL titles, including the pre-Super Bowl era: Green Bay Packers - 9 Chicago Bears - 7 NY Giants - 6 Pittsburgh Steelers - 6 Dallas Cowboys - 5 SF 49ers - 5 Washington Redskins - 5 Cleveland Browns - 4 Detroit Lions - 4 And lastly, I would like to point out that the Steelers' 6 Super Bowl titles have come against some of the weaker opponents in SB history. Only two 9-7 teams have ever made the SB, and the Steelers beat both of them - this year's Cardinals and the '79 LA Rams. The Steelers first SB win was against the decent Minnesota Vikings, but the Vikes always choked in the big game, losing 4 SB's in the 70's. And the Steelers beat the Seahawks a few years ago, but no one really considered them a very tough opponent coming from a weak NFC and an ever weaker division. So the only Steeler SB wins that are truly impressive are the two in the 70's over the Dallas Cowboys, which was a very formidable opponent. Don't get me wrong, I like the Steeler organization and respect what they have done. I pulled for them a few years ago and wasn't too disappointed that they won this year, even though I was pulling for the Cardinals. But as we keep hearing the mantra, "No one else has 6!" just keep in mind that the Steelers only have two more NFL titles than the lowly Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions.