NFL franchises are judged by how many Lombardi Trophies they have in their trophy case. Other factors can boost the image of an organization — MVP awards, flashy stadiums, and Hall of Famers — but when it comes down to it, success is measured in Super Bowl championships.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are the cream of the crop when it comes to taking home Lombardi Trophies (they have six). The Steelers are followed by the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers, who each have five world titles. In total, 12 NFL franchises have won at least two Super Bowl championships. What’s even more astonishing is the fact that those 12 teams have won 43 out of the 50 Super Bowls throughout NFL history.
So, not every franchise has been fortunate enough to find success on Super Bowl Sunday. These 13 teams have never won a Super Bowl title.