Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Feb 2, 2014.
All those cute documentaries all week of how great of a human being Peyton is.
All great teams are accused of something. Even the Cowboys of the 90s were.
Agreed. This was the best offense in history and just like the previous best offense in history (2007 Patriots), the defensive team shut them down.
Don't hate on the Seahawks. Their defense won this game.
It's funny to me how a team like denver tonight with the poor poor way they showed up are still playing for a garbage 3 or 7 points instead of taking a knee…just spare us all the time and th bore fest and leave…..
Somehow, Peyton Manning has set a Super Bowl record with 34 completions tonight. Talk about a meaningless & misleading stat.
All teams get away with some more than others some games.
He's still a great human being. He's just a lousy Super Bowl quarterback.
What the heck does that have to do with the game beside Peyton played in it. There's probably a lot of great guys on both teams.
Yay! We got an Eli face tonight.
times have changed… No more 16mm NFL films cameras being held above the crowd…
I'm not discrediting Seattle, they won the game in all 3 phases of the ball. But saying Denver played like a #1 history offense is bullcrap.
I liked that in that last possession Denver just ran out the clock. Instead of trying to pass to get one more score to make the final score look better.
I liked the 32mm much better anyway.
Finally a so called "running QB" won a Super Bowl. Many times I have read people post that until a "running QB" wins it they haven't done anything.
The rest of the team didn't do too bad, either.
To me its not a coincidence that when the top D faces the Top O more often then not its the D that wins it.
Those claiming that all you need is a top Offense and everything else can be mediocre this game alone spits all over that.
32? do you mean 35mm, or are you just pulling my leg