2. 1994 San Diego Chargers
Before Super Bowl 29, most NFL fans scratched their heads and asked, “What are the Chargers doing here.” With a rushing attack that averaged less than four yards per game and an erratic passing game, the Chargers may have asked the same question. The 1994 Chargers rallied from a 21-6 halftime deficit to defeat the favored Miami Dolphins in the Divisional round of the playoffs. San Diego fell behind Pittsburgh in the AFC Championship game, before coming from behind to earn a spot in the Super Bowl. As the biggest underdog in Super Bowl history, the Chargers didn’t come close to covering the 18 1/2 points oddsmakers laid on the AFC champs. The San Francisco 49ers set several Super Bowl offensive records by crushing the outmanned 1994 San Diego Chargers.