Can Manning, Broncos buck history?
Super Bowl title eluded many notable offensive juggernauts in recent past
One of the amazing stats heading into Super Bowl XLVIII is what has happened to the highest-scoring offensive teams of the past.
Excluding the 2013 Denver Broncos, the eight highest-scoring teams in NFL history all failed to win it all. The 2007 New England Patriots, who averaged 36.8 points a game and had a perfect regular season, lost in the Super Bowl to the New York Giants.
In 2011, the Green Bay Packers averaged 35 points a game and the New Orleans Saints averaged 34.2, ...
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