Top 10 Players Most Deserving of a Super Bowl Victory

By Bryce Egley
January 05, 2013 3:01 pm
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The Super Bowl is the pinnacle of NFL success. From their rookie year until the day they retire, players in the National Football League strive towards one goal each season. 

However the hard reality is that only a handful of teams have a legitimate shot at winning the title every year, and those Lombardi trophies tend to cycle around the leagues elite teams. 

The last 15 Super Bowls have been won by only 10 of the 32 teams in the NFL, and more recently teams like the Patriots, Giants, and Steelers have locked up six of the 10 participating slots in the last five Super Bowls. 

This means for the other two-thirds of the league, a shot at NFL immortality is hard to come by.  Players can give their blood and sweat for a decade and never come close to sniffing a title. For some players, just reaching the playoffs will be their crowning achievement. 

However, every year or two a seasoned veteran reaches this goal. Jerome Bettis in Super Bowl XL or Donald Driver in Super Bowl XLV are two recent examples. But for every Bettis and Driver, there is a LaDainian Tomlinson or Dan Marino who were never able to call themselves 'Super Bowl Champions'. 

This season the playoff field is filled with players who have labored for years and never won the title.  Teams like Washington, Seattle, Minnesota, and Cincinnati are filled with talented athletes that have never had a legitimate shot at the title until now.  Here are the top ten players most deserving of a title this season.

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2 years ago
Bryce-that's an interesting article. I was glad to see that you named position players other than QB (except for maybe that Bengals section-any Bengal). A QB can possibly have so much more influence on the outcome than the others. I wouldn't feel bad for my guy (Marino) however, because he never played good enough to either win one or get into position to win one. The guy you should feel sorry for is Jim Kelly. He played good enough to help get his Team there 4 times, and also played good enough to have them in a position to kick a game-winning field goal in 1 of them. But the kick failed.

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