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Six for Six
Peter King
December 04, 1995
Since the 11-game NFC winning streak in the Super Bowl began in 1984, Bill Walsh, Bill Parcells and Jimmy Johnson have each won two championship rings, thereby embellishing the reputation of the conference as the home of the brains.
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December 04, 1995

Six For Six

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Since the 11-game NFC winning streak in the Super Bowl began in 1984, Bill Walsh, Bill Parcells and Jimmy Johnson have each won two championship rings, thereby embellishing the reputation of the conference as the home of the brains.

Had Tiger Johnson (left) not beaten out Walsh in 76 to become coach of the Bengals, would the AFC have become dominant?

Had the Giants fired Parcells (right) and hired Schnellenberger, would Lawrence Taylor have two Super Bowl rings?

Did Johnson (right) and Dallas beat Buffalo two years in a row because Levy believes life is more important than football?

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