The Perfect Super Bowl Defense Will Is Key
The question for Super Bowl 2020 is, will it be more of the same or a more meaningful and exciting game? Many people are wondering if there is a difference. Well, there are differences, but I believe in Super Bowls, anything can happen.
In the first Super Bowl, the best offense in football was the Denver Broncos. In Super Bowl 50, the Seattle Seahawks dominated the San Francisco 49ers. The following year, the Denver Broncos became the defending champion.
Every year the Super Bowl can change based on the most critical factor of all – the quarterback. There are so many great quarterbacks in the NFL, but at the end of the day, what is going to win the Super Bowl? Will it be Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning or Drew Brees and Tom Brady? In my opinion, I think the more experienced quarterback wins the Super Bowl more often than not.
In Super Bowls, usually the weather does not factor into the decision, but if you remember last year’s Super Bowl, there were snow storms during the game and then a thunderstorm at the end of the game, so how about that? The weather did play a big part, but when you put it all together, you still have to have the best team.
My best guess is that the quarterback that brings the most excitement to the Super Bowl will win it. However, this is just my guess, but it makes sense. The other big factors to consider, but you will have to agree to disagree, are the amount of passing yards, and the amount of sacks.
Last year, the offense was great, but the defense made up for it with sacks, but this year, the offensive line has been struggling and is trying to make plays for Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. In my opinion, with the passing attacks, the same things that worked in the past will have to be done again to win the Super Bowl.
In the end, I believe in Super Bowls, anything can happen. If you think the same thing, go and look at the Broncos and the 49ers, they won this year. Remember, it’s the QB, not the player that is on the field that wins the Super Bowl.