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Final Thoughts About Super Bowl XLVIII


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You already read my thoughts about last night’s game. Here are what the rest of the Chowder & Champions staff thought about the Seahawk’s victory:

Frank O’Laughlin – Co-Editor

Peyton Manning’s legacy will remain in question as he once again faltered with one of the best offenses of all-time.

Credit Seattle’s defense. They are hands down a one of the most dominant group’s, if not the most dominant units ever.

As the old saying goes, defense wins championships. They are equipped to win several. And that’s not to mention a great coach and quarterback leading the way.

Manning’s time to shine is behind him.

Dylan Smith – Writer

Just a dominating game by the Seahawks in all three phases of the game. The real question is, what is Peyton’s legacy after that performance?

Willy- Writer

The game went pretty much as I expected it to go. I expected and rooted for the number one defense to take over this game and make the difference I thought they were capable of making.

The Seattle Defense is fast, aggressive, swarming and almost impenetrable. On offense I figured they would be mediocre but enough to get past the underwhelming Denver defense. I am glad Seattle won it’s first Super Bowl and even more happy it came at Peyton Manning’s expense.

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