5. 2006 Chicago Bears
How the Bears made it to the big game during the 2006 still mystifies NFL experts. Sure, the Bears possessed a stifling run defense that forced teams to throw the ball on first down. However, Rex Grossman led the Bears at quarterback, meaning that the Bears predictably ran the ball over two-thirds of the time. If it weren’t for the defense and special teams, the Indianapolis Colts would have annihilated the Bears in Super Bowl 41.