February 04, 2014

One Less Team On The List Of Non Super Bowl Winners In NFL History

I was pulling for the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl, thought Peyton would cement his legacy. Instead the Broncos were flat and got schooled by a team that was obviously better prepared. The Seahawks also erased their name from the list of teams to never win the Super Bowl. The remaining teams who have never won the big game is now down to 13 teams, they are:

Minnesota Vikings 0 for 4

Buffalo Bills 0 for 4

The following teams all 0 for 1:

Tennessee, San Diego, Cincinnati, Carolina, Atlanta and Arizona .

The following have never been to the game:

Jacksonville, Detroit and Houston and Cleveland.

Then theirs my favorite Loser of them All, I saved them for last. The Philadelphia Eagles have tried and failed twice...so all is right with the Football Gods as far as I'm concerned.

 

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  • I hear ya Tony, winning is a good feeling.
  • We've actually won 4
    1926,1948, 1949, 1960.

    The name Super Bowl is just that, a NAME. They changed the name after 1965, but according to the PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME ( http://www.profootballhof.com/history/general/champions.aspx) Super Bowl champs and NFL champs are the same thing.
  • Actually the Frankford Yellow Jackets won it in 1926, not the Eagles, the Eagles won 3 NFL Championships before it was called the Super Bowl. If you want to count the Championships before the Super Bowl Era then my guys have won 8 total Championships. But that's nothing compared to the Green Bay Packers who won 11 NFL Championships and 4 Super Bowls for 15 total Championships. The NFL in fact clearly separates the 2 Eras but it's fine if fans want to remember all the seasons that their team was on top. It's just not Super Bowls which is what this article was about. But that's cool...Peace.
  • That's why Green Bay is title town dipsh!t
  • Classy comeback 20dawk...er, I mean dickwad.

    Update: February 06, 2014
    Oh and I guess that makes Philadelphia Anti TitleTown.
  • Good point with the FYJ.

    As far as the eras being split, yes they are. They're two different eras. They should be split. It's good that the merger isn't treated like it was nothing the way the NBA did it.

    My point here is that the NFL sees ALL of these as one contiguous history, not as two separate "but equal" things.
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  • Well according to the HOF they ARE the same.

    As they, (not you) are an adjunct of the NFL, I'm more likely to take their word over yours.
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  • Okay.
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  • After losing Jackson I don't see them winning a Super Bowl any time soon. Players like that, you just can't replace.
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