Greatest Teams in the History of Every Sport

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20. 1991 Washington Redskins
> League: NFL
> Record: 14-2
> Point differential: 16.3 points per game

The 1991 Washington Redskins began their season with a flawless 11-0 record. After finishing 14-2, they then dominated in the postseason, winning all three playoff games — including the Super Bowl — by at least 13 points.

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19. 1941 Chicago Bears
> League: NFL
> Record: 10-1
> Point differential: 22.6 points per game

The 1941 Chicago Bears may be one of the most impressive collections of talent in NFL history. Of the 62 players selected to the Pro Bowl that season, 33 were Bears. Unsurprisingly, this team crushed opponents by over three touchdowns per game on the way to an NFL title.

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18. 1985-86 Boston Celtics
> League: NBA
> Record: 67-15
> Point differential: 9.4 points per game

The roster of the 1985-86 Boston Celtics was stacked with five Hall of Fame players — Larry Bird, Dennis Johnson, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish, and Bill Walton.

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17. 2007-08 Boston Celtics
> League: NBA
> Record: 66-16
> Point differential: 10.2 points per game

Boston’s Big Three of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen were more than opponents could handle. The Celtics won their games by an average of over 10 points per game during the 2007-08 season en route to an NBA title.

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16. 1977-78 Montreal Canadiens
> League: NHL
> Record: 59-10-11
> Goal differential: 2.2 goals per game

The 1977-78 Montreal Canadiens were in the midst of one of the most dominant dynasties in sports history. That season the Habs had the top-scoring offense and defense, winning their third of four straight Stanley Cups.