72 Dolphins vs 83/84 Oilers

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POLL: 1972 Miami Dolphins vs 1983/84 Edmonton Oilers
72 Dolphins 93% (14)
83/84 Oilers 7% (1)
prophecy033
9/12/12 12:42:54AM
1972 Miami Dolphins
The 1972 Miami Dolphins season was the team's seventh, and third in the National Football League. The 1972 Dolphins are the only National Football League team to win the Super Bowl with a perfect season. The undefeated campaign was led by coach Don Shula and notable players Bob Griese, Earl Morrall, and Larry Csonka (among many others). The 1972 Dolphins went 14–0 in the regular season and won all three post-season games, including Super Bowl VII against the Washington Redskins, to finish 17–0.

1983/84 Edmonton Oilers
The 1983–84 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 5th season in the NHL. After an outstandingregular season, the Oilers won their first Stanley Cup
prophecy033
9/12/12 2:42:55AM
Had to go with the only undefeated team in NFL History
ChrisSabal
9/12/12 4:47:11AM

Posted by prophecy033

Had to go with the only undefeated team in NFL History



you have to. Easy choice here.
Theoutlaw08
9/12/12 9:55:31AM
The Dolphins were too good that year and possibly had one of the best coaches in NFL history.
Bubbles
9/12/12 11:11:02AM
I think these Oilers are the best team in hockey history (non National teams). Loaded with HoF, and players putting up #s that will almost never be touched again...especially Gretzky's numbers. This is over an 80 game schedule where they went 57-18-5, plus playoff games....far more grueling than a 17 game schedule (including playoffs) over a longer time period.

Set single-season record for goals with 446, including 87 from Wayne Gretzky, 54 from Glenn Anderson, 52 from Jari Kurri, 40 from defenseman Paul Coffey and 37 from Mark Messier. Ended the Islanders’ run of four consecutive championships with a five-game victory in the Stanley Cup finals. Skated teams into submission with a fast-paced and relentless offense that also was the staple of Oilers championship teams in 1985, ’87, ’88 and 1990. Went on a 15-4 playoff run against Winnipeg, Calgary, Minnesota and the Islanders, outscoring those teams 94-56. Gretzky (13) and Kurri (14) combined for 27 playoff goals. Gretzky had second of four 200-point seasons. Three other members of the team also had more than 100 points — Coffey (126), Kurri (113) and Messier (101)

but that's just me (as per the only pick for the Oilers)