Originally Posted by DBOY3141
No they didn't. A dominant defense does not give up 29 points.
When I use the word "dominant", I think of the Giants and Bears from the 80's, the Ravens from 2000. Today's defenses are not in the same league as those teams, the rules do not allow for it anymore.
Everyone says SF is dominant. How many points did they give up in the playoffs? Today's defenses are "good" on a week to week basis, the word dominant should never be used.
I see. So holding an offense who averaged 34 plus points a game and 473 yards a game, in the playoffs, for 4 plays on a 1st and goal situation for the win doesn't qualify as dominant?
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