NFL Teams with Best Odds to End Super Bowl Drought This Season

June 22, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

You might have already heard, but the Cleveland Cavaliers just won the 2016 NBA title. The team's victory in Game 7 of the NBA Finals gave the Cavaliers their first league championship and ended a 52-year title drought for the city of Cleveland.
The last time a major sports team won a championship for Cleveland was in 1964, when the Browns claimed the NFL title. Of course, that was the year before the Super Bowl was created, so Browns fans are still waiting to see their team hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
Browns fans aren't alone, however. In all, 13 NFL teams have yet to win a Super Bowl. This means close to half the league is unfamiliar with the taste of Super Bowl glory. Some teams—like the Browns and the Detroit Lions—have been waiting for their tastes since the Super Bowl's inception.
There's always hope in professional sports, of course, as the Cavaliers showed this past weekend. Can one of the unlucky 13 teams end its Super Bowl drought in 2016?

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