The Super Bowl
doesn't just mark the end of another season of good ol' American football. It also marks the end of another seasonal sporting tradition: fantasy football. Of course, their definition of "fantasy" doesn't go far enough. These are the "all time fantasy" picks we would make for Sunday's big game if the NFL found a way to break the laws of time and space (and believe me, they're working on it).Quarterbacks
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Coaches may not be able to score points in fantasy leagues, but Parcells' groundbreaking work shows they deserve at least some recognition for what they do before, during and after the game. His work in the 1980s turned around a team that had just one winning season under its belt in the previous 10 years. His innovative coaching style and ingenious play designs gave the team two Super Bowl wins in 1986 and 1990. Even his team's style of celebrating, the now-famous Gatorade Shower, started under his watch.Patriots: Bill Parcells
Parcells' time with the Patriots may not have been as long or memorable as the Giants, but his innovative efforts helped end the team's eight year dry spell in 1993 with a playoff game and an appearance at a Super Bowl three years later. And with all due respect to Bill Belichick, this is a "fantasy" draft and you can't get more fantastic than watching one "Big Tuna" stare down another "Big Tuna" come game day.
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