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What is your NFL team’s most heartbreaking loss? From ’28-3′ to the ‘Ice Bowl’ to ‘The Drive’



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The missed kick resulted in the Bills losing that game, which ended up being the first of four straight Super Bowl losses. Mike Reiss

New York Jets

New York Jets vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Jan. 23, 2011, AFC Championship Game Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

After upsetting Peyton Manning and Tom Brady on the road in consecutive playoff games, the Jets went into Pittsburgh thinking it was their destiny to make the Super Bowl. Rich Cimini

AFC NORTHBaltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots Jan. 22, 2012, AFC Championship Game Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.

The Ravens had two chances in the final 22 seconds to keep their Super Bowl hopes alive, and they let both slip through their grasp in a 23-20 loss to the Patriots. Ben Baby

Cleveland Browns

Cleveland Browns vs. Denver Broncos Jan. 11, 1987, AFC Championship Game Cleveland Municipal Stadium

In Cleveland, it’s still referred to as “The Drive.” The Browns held a 20-13 lead and seemed destined to go to their first Super Bowl.


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