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Can we Break the Curse?

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we have already broke one curse already ... NFC South Worst to First

the second one I friend told me 2 weeks before the first Tampa game.

No team has lost on the host field of the Superbowl during the regular season and then won the Superbowl. (example ... us in the 2003 Superbowl, we lost in houston during the regular season)

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wow never knew that. But this one i say because one we are a pretty good team, the other is because i doubt this curse has been taken in to effect that many times.

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We will never beat a NFC South team at home, score a rushing TD on Tampa, sack Jay Cutler or win in a dome, so I'm not sure why we should start now.

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I hope we get to Tampa

We know that field better than anybody cause that's our rival home

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If we get there, we will break it. ( Tampa, I mean )

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Thats the dumbest damn curse I've ever heard of.

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I hope we get to Tampa

We know that field better than anybody cause that's our rival home

I agree. We have owed that field the last few years. The last game was an anomaly.

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Actually the one I hear spread around on the Tampa message board is that no one has ever lost to Tampa and then won the Superbowl the same season. Haven't researched it or given it much thought untill just now.

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we have already broke one curse already ... NFC South Worst to First

the second one I friend told me 2 weeks before the first Tampa game.

No team has lost on the host field of the Superbowl during the regular season and then won the Superbowl. (example ... us in the 2003 Superbowl, we lost in houston during the regular season)

How many times has that actually happened though?

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