Bedlams Big 10 NFL Team Nicknames

this is a top 10 list of the best NFL nicknames no individual players
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    The New York Sack Exchange
    Like the crunch Bunch the New York Sack exchange was used to describe another dominant in New York defense. This time used to describe the Jets defense led by Mark Gastineau
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    The Crunch Bunch
    During the early eighties this term was used to describe the fierce hitting and please style of the New York Giants linebacking Corps of Lawrence Taylor Harry Carson Brian Kelly and Brad Van Pelt
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    Blitz Inc
    A term used to describe the Stellar defensive team of the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999 to 2004 Under head coach Andy Reid
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    The Deadskins
    Given to the Washington Redskins due to the teams poor performance particular during 2000s when current owner Daniel Snyder purchased the team
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    The legion of boom
    Everyone today news the legion of boom the centerpiece that propelled the Seattle Seahawks to a Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos. The term used to describe the Seattle Seahawks prolific defensive backs. The term is a play on words of DC Comics Legion of Doom
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    Million Dollar Backfeild
    Also used threw out two different time periods in history the first referred to the Chicago Cardinals 1947 team when Charles Bidwill spent an astronomical amount of money to rebuild his back field. The second time the term was used was in 1954 referring to the San Francisco 49ers backfield that produced 4 Hall of Famers
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    Capital punishment
    One of the terms use as a synonym for the Washington Redskins defensive line
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    Greatest Show On Turf
    Most Used to describe 99-01 St Louis Rams The term was also used by the Houston Oilers in reference to their 1993 nfl films highlights
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    The Steel Curtain
    Used to refer to the 1970s Pittsburgh Steelers defensive team. A team that was considered to be one of the most dominant units of all time, mostly due to the fact that in 1978 several rule changes were made in efforts to diminish the overwhelmingly one-sided victories Pittsburgh Steelers fans had become accustomed to.
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    The aint's
    Used to describe the saints after their 1980 season of 14 straight losses