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In keeping with the March Madness season, even the NFL is getting in on the act with their own version of a 64-team tournament, called NFL Bracketology. Over at NFL.com, you can join in and vote on their 64-team bracket of for the greatest team of all time. The league has broken it down to four "regions," aptly titled the Mike Ditka Bracket, the Don Shula Bracket, the Bill Walsh Bracket and the Chuck Noll Bracket.

The teams in each bracket are seeded just like they are in the NCAA Hoops Tourney. Some of the teams have multiple entries, led by the Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers and Pittsburgh Steelers, all with six entries in the field of 64.

Baltimore is represented by the 2000 Ravens team, although they are seeded 9th in the Don Shula Bracket, going head-to-head with the 2001 New England Patriots in the first round of the tournament. The 1970 Baltimore Colts, who won Super Bowl V, are the same bracket's 13th seed, up against the 4th seeded 1991 Washington Redskins.

Head on over and vote for the Baltimore teams and fill out your bracket as well.