RealEstate.com took a look at the number of times a team had appeared in the Super Bowl and the real estate prices of homes in their cities. Here is what they had to say about it.
Of the 10 NFL teams that have appeared in the Super Bowl the most, seven are from cities with high median home prices, when compared to the national median home price. The opposite is also true; the 10 teams that have been to the Super Bowl the least, if they have even gone at all, generally come from cities with low median home prices.
Is there a correlation between the real estate prices of the city an NFL team comes from and the number of times that team has been to the Super Bowl?

Is there are correlation between real estate prices of the city an NFL team comes from and the number of times that team has been to the Super Bowl?

Did this Correlation Exist in the 2012-2013 NFL Season?

Partially. San Francisco has high real estate prices, but Baltimore does not; its median home price of $168,400 is 22.3 percent lower than the national median. If real estate prices always determined who made it to the big game, teams like the Giants, Seahawks, or even the Raiders would be playing on Feb. 3.
The teams from the cities with higher real estate prices won exactly half of the playoff games they played in. In the quarterfinals, New England and San Francisco advanced while Denver and Seattle were felled. New England then succumbed to defeat in the semifinals, yet San Francisco was able to produce a last-minute victory and advance to the Super Bowl.
Do you think there is a correlation between the two? Who are you rooting for?