10. DT Alan Page, Minnesota Vikings/Chicago Bears (1967-1981)
Page was born in Canton, Ohio so he was probably always meant to end up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but a Super Bowl victory was never in the cards despite four appearances in the big game. Known as one of the greatest defensive linemen in NFL history, Page was a key part of the “Purple People Eaters” who helped the Minnesota Vikings reach four Super Bowls in the 1970s (all losses). The 1971 NFL MVP and two-time Defensive Player of the Year was selected to nine consecutive Pro Bowls and didn’t miss a single game during his career. Page is among the best NFL players to never win a Super Bowl.