Dallas Cowboys and Other Teams Who Could Form Hypothetical ‘NFL Super League’

The last 48 hours have passed like a whirlwind if you’re a soccer fan. Fans across the globe were left flabbergasted as 12 top European clubs declared the formation of the controversial ‘European Super League’. Teams such as Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Tottenham Hotspur, waged war against UEFA and FIFA as a whole by signing a contract to join this breakaway league.

However, that dream did not last long. Chairman Florentino Perez must be holding his head in his hands as one-by-one all English clubs backed out from the aforementioned Super League. Soccer fans across the globe (including those of the teams part of the ESL) united to put an end to this monopoly league.

This got us at Essentially Sports thinking. If NFL teams decided to break away and pull off such a stunt, which teams would be included in the ‘American Super League’.

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Does your favorite team make our imaginary NFL Super League?

After a bit of brainstorming, we put together a list of 12 teams that have the money, history, and pull, to break off and form their own ‘American Super League’. Read further to find out if your favorite franchise made the cut.

  • Dallas Cowboys (5 Super Bowls)

  • Green Bay Packers (4 Super Bowls)

  • Pittsburgh Steelers (6 Super Bowls)

  • New England Patriots (6 Super Bowls)

  • San Francisco 49ers (5 Super Bowls)

  • Baltimore Ravens (2 Super Bowl)

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2 Super Bowls)

  • Kansas City Chiefs ( 2 Super Bowls)

  • Indianapolis Colts (2 Super Bowls)

  • New York Giants (2 Super Bowls)

  • Las Vegas Raiders (3 Super Bowls)

  • Denver Broncos (3 Super Bowls)

The above 12 teams represent some of the most successful NFL organizations of all time. The likes of New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Pittsburgh Steelers, have been dominant forces in the last decade. They have a total of 18 Lombardis between themselves.

Meanwhile, the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are teams on the rise. The latter battled against all odds to win the Super Bowl LV title against the Chiefs at the Raymond James Stadium in February.

Tom Brady
Feb 7, 2021; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

It’s no secret that Tom Brady is the driving force behind the Patriots and the Buccaneers. But one team who is finding it hard to maintain its relevance in recent years is Jerry Jones-owned Dallas Cowboys.

The NFC East franchise last won the Super Bowl in 1996. Fondly known as America’s Team, the Cowboys will be in the mix to make the playoffs in 2021. But whether they manage to achieve that remains to be seen.

Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy
Oct 4, 2020; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy watches a play in the game against the Cleveland Browns at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Other teams on the list include Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Las Vegas Raiders (due to their history as the Oakland Raiders), Baltimore Ravens, and the Indianapolis Colts. Who do you think should make the cut in a league such as this? Tell us in the comments section below.

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