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    Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Atlanta 1998 Atlanta Falcons (1966-) Reached Super Bowl XXXIII

    Buffalo 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Buffalo Bills (1966-) Reached Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII

    Detroit None Detroit Lions (1966-) Reached the 1991 NFC Championship Game

    Minneapolis-St. Paul 1969, 1973, 1974, 1976 Minnesota Vikings (1966-) Reached Super Bowls IV, VIII, IX, and XI

    Philadelphia 1980, 2004 Philadelphia Eagles (1966-) Reached Super Bowls XV and XXXIX

    San Diego 1994 San Diego Chargers (1966-) Reached Super Bowl XXIX

    Cincinnati 1981, 1988 Cincinnati Bengals (1968-) Reached Super Bowls XVI and XXIII

    Cleveland None Cleveland Browns (1966-95, 1999-) Reached the 1968 and 1969 NFL Championship Games and 1986, 1987, and 1989 AFC Championship Games

    Houston None Includes the Oilers (1966-96) and the Texans (2002-) Reached the 1978 and 1979 AFC Championship Games

    Seattle 2005 Seattle Seahawks (1976-) Reached Super Bowl XL

    Phoenix 2008 Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals (1988-) Reached Super Bowl XLIII

    Charlotte 2003 Carolina Panthers (1995-) Reached Super Bowl XXXVIII

    Jacksonville None Jacksonville Jaguars (1995-) Reached the 1996 and 1999 AFC Championship Games

    Nashville 1999 Tennessee Oilers-Titans (1997-) Reached Super Bowl XXXIV

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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Quote Originally Posted by "BadlandsVikings" #1089203
    Atlanta 1998 Atlanta Falcons (1966-) Reached Super Bowl XXXIII

    Buffalo 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Buffalo Bills (1966-) Reached Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII

    Detroit None Detroit Lions (1966-) Reached the 1991 NFC Championship Game

    Minneapolis-St. Paul 1969, 1973, 1974, 1976 Minnesota Vikings (1966-) Reached Super Bowls IV, VIII, IX, and XI

    Philadelphia 1980, 2004 Philadelphia Eagles (1966-) Reached Super Bowls XV and XXXIX

    San Diego 1994 San Diego Chargers (1966-) Reached Super Bowl XXIX

    Cincinnati 1981, 1988 Cincinnati Bengals (1968-) Reached Super Bowls XVI and XXIII

    Cleveland None Cleveland Browns (1966-95, 1999-) Reached the 1968 and 1969 NFL Championship Games and 1986, 1987, and 1989 AFC Championship Games

    Houston None Includes the Oilers (1966-96) and the Texans (2002-) Reached the 1978 and 1979 AFC Championship Games

    Seattle 2005 Seattle Seahawks (1976-) Reached Super Bowl XL

    Phoenix 2008 Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals (1988-) Reached Super Bowl XLIII

    Charlotte 2003 Carolina Panthers (1995-) Reached Super Bowl XXXVIII

    Jacksonville None Jacksonville Jaguars (1995-) Reached the 1996 and 1999 AFC Championship Games

    Nashville 1999 Tennessee Oilers-Titans (1997-) Reached Super Bowl XXXIV
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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Oddly enough, I think it's the Lions.

    Schwartz, Johnson, improving defense, if Stafford can stay healthy and they continue to improve at this rate(unlikely) they'll be a real contender.

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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Quote Originally Posted by "Mr Anderson" #1089219
    Oddly enough, I think it's the Lions.

    Schwartz, Johnson, improving defense, if Stafford can stay healthy and they continue to improve at this rate(unlikely) they'll be a real contender.
    You think the Lions are closer than the Falcons? What about the Chargers and Eagles?

    It is definitely possible for the Lions to become something down the road, but I would say those three teams are ahead of them right now. Of course windows open and close for teams quickly in this league and in two years the answer to this question could be the Browns or Panthers.

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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1089222
    Quote Originally Posted by "Mr Anderson" #1089219
    Oddly enough, I think it's the Lions.

    Schwartz, Johnson, improving defense, if Stafford can stay healthy and they continue to improve at this rate(unlikely) they'll be a real contender.
    You think the Lions are closer than the Falcons? What about the Chargers and Eagles?

    It is definitely possible for the Lions to become something down the road, but I would say those three teams are ahead of them right now. Of course windows open and close for teams quickly in this league and in two years the answer to this question could be the Browns or Panthers.

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    Falcons are completely overrated. They had a cakewalk schedule and got embarassed in the playoffs.

    At some point they're going to have to win individual matchups, and outside of a couple of guys on the line, White, Tony Gonzalez(not for long,) that's just not going to happen. Especially on the defensive side of the ball.

    The Eagles defense is going to continue to decline without Jim Johnson in charge. Samuel and the rookie safety whose name escapes me at the moment looked great this year, but other than those two their defense is nothing special. Especially at the LB position. They definitely have young talent at the skill positions on offense, but their line sucks.

    I think both of those teams have more work to do than Detroit.

    The Lions are building, fast.

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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Pure Michigan: Lions Fans

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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    I believe the Lions are headed in the right direction, and moving quickly...I can see them as a wild card playoff team next season.


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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    It wont be the Vikings unless they move to LA and change owners. These guys are too busy lobbying for a new building to focus on building a championship team.

    The sad oart is if they would have focused solely on the team and won SB the rest would have taken care of itself.

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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Quote Originally Posted by "BadlandsVikings" #1089203
    Atlanta 1998 Atlanta Falcons (1966-) Reached Super Bowl XXXIII

    Buffalo 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Buffalo Bills (1966-) Reached Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII

    Detroit None Detroit Lions (1966-) Reached the 1991 NFC Championship Game

    Minneapolis-St. Paul 1969, 1973, 1974, 1976 Minnesota Vikings (1966-) Reached Super Bowls IV, VIII, IX, and XI

    Philadelphia 1980, 2004 Philadelphia Eagles (1966-) Reached Super Bowls XV and XXXIX

    San Diego 1994 San Diego Chargers (1966-) Reached Super Bowl XXIX

    Cincinnati 1981, 1988 Cincinnati Bengals (1968-) Reached Super Bowls XVI and XXIII

    Cleveland None Cleveland Browns (1966-95, 1999-) Reached the 1968 and 1969 NFL Championship Games and 1986, 1987, and 1989 AFC Championship Games

    Houston None Includes the Oilers (1966-96) and the Texans (2002-) Reached the 1978 and 1979 AFC Championship Games

    Seattle 2005 Seattle Seahawks (1976-) Reached Super Bowl XL

    Phoenix 2008 Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals (1988-) Reached Super Bowl XLIII

    Charlotte 2003 Carolina Panthers (1995-) Reached Super Bowl XXXVIII

    Jacksonville None Jacksonville Jaguars (1995-) Reached the 1996 and 1999 AFC Championship Games

    Nashville 1999 Tennessee Oilers-Titans (1997-) Reached Super Bowl XXXIV
    Why does Houston include the Oilers? Oilers became the Titans, Texans were an expansion franchise. Just how the Colts didn't become the Ravens

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    Re: Who's the next non-SB winner to win a Super Bowl?

    Philadeplhia and Atlanta would be the favorites imo.
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