Teams that have never been to the Super Bowl

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Which team has the best chance of making it this season?

  1. Seattle Seahawks

    14 vote(s)
    29.2%
  2. Cleveland Browns

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. New Orleans Saints

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Houston Texans

    16 vote(s)
    33.3%
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars

    8 vote(s)
    16.7%
  6. Detroit Lions

    5 vote(s)
    10.4%
  7. Arizona Cardinals

    5 vote(s)
    10.4%
  1. gwallaia

    gwallaia Moderator Staff Member

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    These seven teams have never been to a Super Bowl.
     
  2. Txn_in_FL

    Txn_in_FL Lucky 13

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    FINE!

    I'll be the first to put the Texans down. Might as well. I don't really feel that any team on that list has a better chance than any other, although there are a couple with a no chance in hell. It's all about parity baby!!!

    :texflag: :homer:
     
  3. Exascor

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    Hard to vote against the Seahawks based on the past few years. I hope the Texans can do it soon but won't get my hopes up too much. I'd lump the Texans, Jags, Lions and Cardinals together as teams that should begin to have legit chances to land in the playoffs for the next few years. The Saints I won't comment on since no matter how much talent they roll out they always seem to blow it.
     
  4. z0rpAn

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    Harrington looked solid the other day so I gotta roll with the lions here. 3 great wrs(sshould be) a good rb an above average D(IMO) and Harrington in the works.
     
  5. Huge

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    I'll go with the Jags. They've got the most important ingredient (really good defense) in place.
     
  6. bcwray

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    none of these will, but i'll show my houston love
     
  7. TEXANS84

    TEXANS84 Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm not going with the homer pick.
    Jags do have the Defense in place.
    Cardinals are building that team right.
     
  8. disaacks3

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    Is there a "None of the Above" option??

    Several are building the right way to get there eventually, but I honestly can't see ANY of them in it this year, no matter how hard I try. :pigfly:
     


  9. ledzeppelin229

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    Seahawks, Browns, Saints, have no chance. Texans and Jags are in too tough a conference. Cardinals QB situation isn't too solid, depends on how Warner does.

    Lions, though still a longshot, probably have the best chance in a weaker conference if Joey can get it done with all his WRs.
     
  10. big sarge

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    There are 3 kinds of people, optimistic, pesimistic, and realistic. I love my Texans to death, but I gotta go with the Seahawks. They have a sweet running games and can grind the ball or dump off to Alexander at any time. I think the only way the Texans will go to the SB this year is to buy tickets :texflag:
     
  11. TexansTrueFan

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    ok so besides us all beign homers and picking the texans, i think it will be seattle !!!
     
  12. MarleyFan

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    Houston, why not!
     
  13. Beer and Metal

    Beer and Metal Buzzed Cacophony

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    Hmmm, that's kinda like going down to the zoo and bettin' on which monkey will discover fire.

    I'm gonna say Detroit, with a bucket full of "ifs".
     
  14. JustBonee

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    I go with 'none of the above' also.
    This year, my bet goes on one of these: Ravens, Vikings, Steelers, Falcons, or Chiefs. Would add the Panthers to the list, but that Carolina doctor is making them an unfavorable choice now.
     
  15. BigBull17

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    Atlanta wont until their glorified running back Mike "Ron Mexico" Vick learns to throw
     
  16. GetItHowULive

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    my vote goes to the jags (sorry texans) :texans:
     

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