New York Giants and Super Bowl Champions that Failed to Make the Playoffs Following Season
Oddly, three out of the four times Big Blue won it all, they were a no-show the following year.
The Pittsburgh Steelers, also, dropped the postseason ball three times after being crowned.
In sum, 14 of the 46 Super Bowl champs didn’t follow it up with a playoff appearance. That’s 30 percent of the time.Follow @VinGetz
|NO PLAYOFFS||TEAM||REC.||SUPER BOWL WIN|
|1.||1968||Green Bay Packers||6-7-1||Won Super Bowl II (1967 Season)|
|2.||1970||Kansas City Chiefs||7-5-2||Won Super Bowl IV (1969 Season)|
|3.||1980||Pittsburgh Steelers||9-7-0||Won Super Bowl XIV (1979 Season)|
|4.||1981||Oakland Raiders||7-9-0||Won Super Bowl XV (1980 Season)|
|5.||1982||San Francisco 49ers||3-6-0||Won Super Bowl XVI (1981 Season)|
|6.||1987||New York Giants||6-9-0||Won Super Bowl XXI (1986 Season)|
|7.||1988||Washington Redskins||7-9-0||Won Super Bowl XXII (1987 Season)|
|8.||1991||New York Giants||8-8-0||Won Super Bowl XXV (1990 Season)|
|9.||1999||Denver Broncos||6-10-0||Won Super Bowl XXXIII (1998 Season)|
|10.||2002||New England Patriots||9-7-0||Won Super Bowl XXXVI (2001 Season)|
|11.||2003||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||7-9-0||Won Super Bowl XXXVII (2002 Season)|
|12.||2006||Pittsburgh Steelers||8-8-0||Won Super Bowl XL (2005 Season)|
|13.||2009||Pittsburgh Steelers||9-7-0||Won Super Bowl XLIII (2008 Season)|
|14.||2012||New York Giants||9-7-0||Won Super Bowl XLVI (2011 Season)|
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