The Predictalator runs 50,000 simulated seasons or games to determine how many times a current team should win, make the playoffs, etc. It lists the chances of a Titans, Jaguars or Raiders Super Bowl win each at 0.0 percent.
Lest those fans give up hope, it should be noted that a team would have to win the Super Bowl at least 25 times in 50,000 seasons to get to 0.05 percent, which would be the lowest number needed to round up to 0.1 percent, so this really simply means it is unlikely these three teams would win a Super Bowl in the next 1,000 years.
Obviously these three teams should improve since continued poor records will get them top draftees, so they could be competing within a few years.
It is possible then that either of those three teams actually won up to 24 Super Bowls in 50,000 similate seasons.