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NFL trival what do these four men have in common?

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  1. TheGodInAGreyHoodie

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    NFL trival what do these four men have in common?

    Bill Belichick as a headcoach
    Tony Dungy as a headcoach
    Mort Anderson
    Brett Favre

    These four have done something nobody else had done (at least I think they are the only 4).

    What have they done?
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    They're the only four men to have been put on the above list! :singing:
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    I'm guessing that they beat all 32 teams since both coaches coached in multiple locations and both Anderson and Favre played for multiple teams....
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    True, but not the answer I was looking for.

    To my knowelge only one of them has done that.

    That would be correct.
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    That's strange, since Belichick has never been a head coach in the NFC. I wouldn't think that he would make the list, cool that he does though.
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    Ironically BB's first win as a head coach was to defeat the NEP. As the HC of the NEP, the NEP has defeated all 31 teams.

    Both BB and TD achieved reached the milestone on the very same day. TD edged BB out by a few hours. The Colts had a 1 pm game, the Patriots a 4 pm game.
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    That's all well and good, but only Belichick has worn a hoodie on the sidelines with the sleeves cut short. That makes the other three losers in my book..... Especially Favre. :rocker:
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    I actually don't think switching conferences helps. Brett Favre only had one team left when he switched to the AFC. It wasn't until he rejoined the NFC and in particular his old division that he got the last one.

    Brady only has one team left. Obviously I don't want him to get team #32, but it would be a lot easier for him to achieve it playing for the Dolphins, Bills or Jets than playing for an NFC team that only plays NE once every 4 years.
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    Those same games were when Manning and Brady each beat all 31 other teams in the league besides their own.
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    Oh come on, how many times have we heard "They beat themselves"?

    ...That counts, right?
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    I wonder if anyone has achieved the dubious distinction of having lost to all 32 teams?

    It would be nearly impossible to do as a QB or HC as if you were bad enough to lose that often you would have a serious problem with longevity. However I could see a good player on bad teams pulling it off in a different position.
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    Actually I kind of think Farve would be the most likely canidate. Other than that I would say a good start would be to look at the Saints and Bucs rosters from the early days and find someone who had a long career. With some of the darkest New England days being late 80s and 90s and the longevity of his career Scar could be a canidate.
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    Without looking I know Favre has not achieved this feat. He has never lost to Greenbay.

    With looking turns out the Texans and Raiders as well.
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    Favre lost to the Raiders in '08.
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