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Serving Leftovers at the Flyover

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Welcome back to the NFL Pregame Flyover, where leftovers are what we serve all season long. 

Before we tour this week’s schedule of games – and tell you which games are Probably worth watching, which games are of Questionable worth, Doubtful worth, and no worth - let’s look at the teams that have never won a Super Bowl and ask, “Is this their year?”

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