Found February 03, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
Super Bowl Sunday, a magical 24-hour window of parties and pigskin, gluttony and celebrating this countrys love affair with all things NFL. After watching the confetti tumble at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, remember that this is a game for legends, legacies and wondering how far others must go to reach the leagues grandest stage. Which brings us to Florida's teams. Whos closest to reaching the promised land? Whos the furthest? What will it take for someone to break the Sunshine States 10-season Super Bowl drought? Heres a closer look 1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers The last franchise to represent Florida in the Super Bowl is also the states best chance to return in the near term. There have been some lean years of late Tampa Bay has produced three winning seasons in the past seven campaigns but the Bucs have a smaller slope to climb than their in-state counterparts. Tampa Bay showed progress last season, and continued growth could lead to a postseason run in the coming years. ...
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Super Bowl Sunday a magical 24-hour window of parties and pigskin, gluttony and celebrating this countrys love affair with all things NFL. After watching the confetti tumble at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, remember that this is a game for legends, legacies and wondering how far others must go to reach the leagues grandest stage. Which brings us to Florida's teams. Whos closest...
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