Parity runs rampant in the NFL more so than any other professional league. Every year there is always a team that wins 10 or more games and earns a playoff berth after finishing well below .500 the prior season.
There have been five different Super Bowl champions in the last six years. Twenty-eight teams in total have made a Super Bowl—two of the teams that haven't (Jacksonville and Houston) joined the league in 1995 and 2002, respectively.
Compare that to the NBA, where the Lakers and Celtics have combined to win over half of the NBA championships. In the last 27 years, only eight different teams have walked away with the Larry O'Brien Trophy.
It's a similar story in baseball. Large-market teams are generally more consistently competitive than small market squads. And while there is more parody when it comes to the World Series (10 different winners in the last 17 years) the same teams usually have a better shot at qualifying for the postseason.
Five years is almost like a lifetime in the NFL. Teams can entirely revamp their roster, draft picks have plenty of time to mature and develop, and free agents swap rosters routinely.
So in the next five years, what are the chances that each team can not only reach the Super Bowl, but walk away as the champions? For the gamblers out there, here are all 32 team's odds.