When most people are guessing the Super Bowl 50 betting matchups, you hear them saying things like “New England-Carolina,” “New England-Arizona,” or “Pittsburgh-Seattle” in a wild card Super Bowl matchup. However, there are 12 teams in the playoffs — and some of them are true “dark horse” candidates. Teams that make their way to the Super Bowl against huge odds make for great stories. Think about the New York Jets, overcoming huge odds to win Super Bowl III and pave Joe Namath’s road to the Hall of Fame. When the Los Angeles Rams made it to Super Bowl XIV with a 9-7 record during the regular season, they were the first wild card team to advance to the title game. The New York Giants ended up beating the undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII after David Tyree’s famous “helmet catch” moved the team down the field just in the nick of time. Let’s look at some of the potential “dark horse” candidates to appear in Super Bowl 50.