WR Andre Reed, Buffalo Bills:
Reed is another star from the Buffalo Bills squad of the early 90s that lost four consecutive Super Bowls. His claim to fame may be his role in the Bills’ infamous “Comeback” game where they bounced back from a 35-3 deficit to the Houston Oilers thanks in large to Reed’s three second-half touchdowns. He then caught eight passes for 152 yards in Super Bowl XXVII as the Bills got smashed by the Dallas Cowboys by a count of 52-17.
Reed ended his career with 951 receptions for 13,198 and 87 touchdowns in 16 total seasons. He was deservedly inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014. But the fact he was unable to win a Super Bowl in four attempts makes him one of the best to never secure a title.