Top 10 snakebit franchises

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The Music City Miracle is bad enough, but four straight trips to the Super Bowl without a victory is something Bills fans are still reliving.
Sure, the Chiefs played in the first Super Bowl and won the title three years later, but Kansas City hasn't played for the Lombardi Trophy since.
The Jets have one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history, but a return to the big game has been more than 40 years waiting.
With just one playoff win since claiming the title in 1957 and an 0-16 year on the books, it's easy to understand why there's talk of a curse in Detroit.
Before the Saints broke through with a landmark victory in Super Bowl XLIV, the franchise's struggles earned the club the 'Aints nickname.
Questionable calls and giving up big leads in the playoffs are tough to swallow. But when the Oilers left town, things didn't get any better.
The Eagles went to five NFC title games in an eight-year span, but made just one Super Bowl, which resulted in a loss to the Patriots.
Not only did the Bengals lose two Super Bowls to the 49ers in the 1980s, they fell against a coach (Bill Walsh) who got his start in Cincinnati.
The Vikings have dropped four Super Bowls. Just when the streak of coming up short looked like it would end, heartbreak returned.
The Drive. The Fumble. Painful memories of being so close. Then, to top if off, the Browns left for Baltimore and won a Super Bowl as the Ravens.

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