Of the 32 teams in the NFL today, 20 have been crowned as champions at one point or another in the Super Bowl era – leaving 12 still vying for their first.
That’s roughly one-third of the league that has never hoisted a Lombardi Trophy.
While some of the teams, like the Cleveland Browns and Minnesota Vikings, saw success prior to the AFL-NFL merger, others haven’t even seen the big stage once.
Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram is confident that his team will make it to and win Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, Florida, but do the NFL experts agree?
The Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots are looking forward to Super Bowl LIII on February 3 – but Las Vegas is already looking towards 2020.
Way-too-early Super Bowl LIV odds show that this season’s final four teams may also be the last ones standing come next postseason, and scorned Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints fans should be pleased with their chances.
Of course, anything could happen between now and next February. The NFL draft is coming up in April, and there’s always the possibility of some star players getting injured, traded or choosing to retire over the long offseason (we’re watching you, Gronk).