You San Fransiscans should focus on events that you really know about . . . . like the gay pride parade!
Last edited by SweetZombieJesus; 10-09-2012 at 09:01 AM.
Lmao. Let us know if you want to change divisions. I'm sure the Redskins would appreciate it, not being at the bottom every year.
Btw- 2010 makes me smile.
20 Super Bowl Appearances out of 46 Super Bowls. 43.5% of all of them.
What's interesting is the AFC East has a boatload of appearances as well:
17 Super Bowl appearances out of 46 Super Bowls 36.96% of all of them.
So the two East Divisions in the NFL have accounted for 37 of the 92 possible appearances. 40.21% of all of them. You then have to factor in that LA/St. Louis, LA/Oakland, GB, SF, Pittsburgh and Denver eat up another 32 appearances. Between 14 NFL teams 75% of all Super Bowls include appearance by 1 of these 14 teams. Incredible. If I leave out the Jets and Eagles, the Vikings make up for those 3 appearances with 4 on their own lol! So 13 teams 70 Super Bowl appearances out of 92. Lol that's nuts!
What's even more bizarre only Houston (Oilers or Texans), Detroit, Cleveland and Jacksonville have never appeared in a Super Bowl lol!
Last edited by repeatchamps; 10-09-2012 at 01:37 PM.
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