ARTIFICIAL intelligence has infuriated fans across the nation with its top ten best teams since 2000 ranking.
The controversial list has unsurprisingly angered fans on social media, being labeled “the dumbest take on football I’ve ever seen.”
Leading the way in the list created by ChatGPT for NFL on FOX are the 2007 New England Patriots.
A powerhouse team featuring the likes of Tom Brady, Randy Moss, Asante Samuel, Wes Welker, and Vince Wilfork among others, Bill Belichick’s team went undefeated until the bitter end.
Eli Manning’s New York Giants ultimately got the better of them in Super Bowl XLII, preventing what would have been only the second perfect season in league history.
The Patriots are followed by the 2013 Seattle Seahawks who were left by then-second-year starting quarterback, Russell Wilson.
Pete Carroll’s 13-3 Seahawks team went on to hoist the Lombardi Trophy after the joint-third biggest Super Bowl blowout to date (43-8 over Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos).
Sean Peyton’s 2009 New Orleans Saints team rounded out the top three.
Led by Drew Brees in his prime, he too beat a Peyton Manning-led team at the Super Bowl as they beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-17.
New England returned in fourth thanks to their 14-2 2016 team, which led Brady to his fifth ring during one of the most infamous comebacks in league history against the Atlanta Falcons at Super Bowl LI.
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Ray Lewis and Rod Woodson’s legendary 2000 Baltimore Ravens complete the top five, having guided the franchise to a Super Bowl win in just its fifth season since moving from Cleveland.
The second half of the ranking starts with the second non-Super Bowl-winning team, the 2004 Philadelphia Eagles.
They are followed by another team to fall short at the final hurdle despite having a prime Cam Newton leading the way, the 2015 Carolina Panthers.
Loaded with talent, the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers made the list at eight thanks to their 12-4 record and a Super Bowl XXXVII ring.
The 11-5 Pittsburgh Steelers of 2005, featuring the likes of Ben Roethlisberger and Hines Ward follow, with the Patrick Mahomes-led 2019 Kansas City Chiefs closing out the top ten.
In response to the list, one unimpressed fan tweeted: “Woof. Terrible list. The ‘05 Steelers won in the most unimpressive season of football in recent memory.
“Them and the Seahawks played a dumpster fire Super Bowl. They won even though Roethlisberger’s SB stats were:
“9-21, 123 yards, 2 interceptions.”
Another said: “Nope. Where are the Peyton Manning led Broncos or Colts? Green Bay has been a perennial playoff/NFC Championship contender for near 20 years.
“Also no Ny Giants that was led by Eli Manning to the Super Bowl 3 different times and winning twice against Brady’s Patriots.”
As one added: “Can’t accept the top team lost the Super Bowl.”
While another simply said: “Absolutely not”
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