NFL Playoffs: Which Remaining Team Is in Need of a Super Bowl Most?

January 18, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There are some things you just don't talk about in the NFL. When it comes to referencing a team's championship drought, this is often an area best left for the professionals when engaging in a friendly one-on-one chat.
Four teams now remain this postseason. New York, Pittsburgh, Green Bay and Chicago will all set their sights on the Super Bowl come this weekend, in perhaps one of the most intriguing championship rounds in recent memory.
That won't deter Rex Ryan, though.
But don't be fooled by Ryan's conditioned outer shell, this weekend is detrimental toward the Jets' confidence as a whole in New York. Not be outdone, however, both Green Bay and Chicago have a few things to prove in the next two weeks, leaving the Pittsburgh Steelers in the "villain" role—and not for the first time.
Who needs a championship more?
Vince Lombardi was never an easy character to persuade. Still, the NFL's most recognized head coach isn't biased toward any team at all.

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