The Jacksonville Jaguars have never won a Super Bowl. It tears us up inside (especially with the revelations that came out last week about Titans defensive coordinator Gregg Williams "stealing" our playbook prior to the 1999 AFC Championship) but what you may not have known is that until Sunday night, neither had the Seattle Seahawks.
That's right. The Seattle Seahawks, who entered the league in 1976 and had even lost the Super Bowl themselves, had never won the big game.
That leaves 13 teams to have never won. There's nine teams who have gone and come away losers. The Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, San Diego Chargers, and Tennessee Titans have each lost a single Super Bowl, while the Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles are 0-for-2. The Minnesota Vikings and the Buffalo Bills, who have both been to four Super Bowls, have come away with zero championships.
And then there's four franchises -- the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars -- who have never been to the Super Bowl. Cleveland has lost three AFC Championship appearances, Jacksonville two, Detroit one, and Houston has never made it past the AFC Divisional round.
Add everything up, and you're left with a very unlucky 13 franchises that have never won the Super Bowl.
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