The NFL's 10 most disappointing teams of 2010

BY foxsports • February 8, 2011

By MIKE PIELLUCCI
FOXSportsSouthwest.com
Feb. 8, 2011

It's too soon to tell just yet but in all likelihood the Green Bay Packers' Super Bowl triumph will go down in the annals as a true underdog story and a tale of perseverance.

The Packers overcame a league-high 15 players on injured reserve, seven of whom started at least one game, as well as two regular-season concussions to Aaron Rodgers to sneak into the six seed in the NFC.

Once in the playoffs, Green Bay went on a barnstorming tour of road games, knocking off the conference's top three seeds before defeating Pittsburgh in front of a Steelers-heavy crowd in Sunday's Super Bowl.

But while Green Bay thrived in spite of tough circumstance, plenty of other teams floundered in the face of expectations. With the 2010-2011 season officially in the books, it's time to evaluate the NFL's 10 most disappointing teams.


10. Cardinals


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