For each of those arguments there was of course an argument to be made for the most potent offense in NFL history. So while conventional wisdom said Denver could win this game with their great offense and vaulted leader we should have believed in the Seattle defense we had seen on the field all year long.
Seattle deserved the win last night as the better team and for the work they did all year. It paid off with a dominating performance that won't be forgotten soon. Denver just ran into a buzz saw of a defense that looked as though it had 14 players on the field most of the time. I heard both of those clichés listening to the break downs of the game and was wondering if I could get them in here. Score. That just shows you what we got in the Super Bowl. A whole lot of dominating play from one team. Nothing worth analyzing in a ton of words. I think you just have to enjoy what we saw. The Seattle offense, while not showcasing "The Beast" (apropos considering his lack of participation in Super Bowl activities), was very efficient and took advantage of the opportunities given to them.