It was supposed to be a historic battle of the greatest offense the NFL had ever seen against the top-ranked defense from the 2013 season.
Instead, it was a historic dud as the Seahawks easily took care of business against the Broncos, 43-8, in a laugher at MetLife Stadium. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning look nervous all night in the pocket as Seattle was constantly in his face and swarming to the ball. Denver, who set the record for most points in a season with 606, was held to only one touchdown and turned the ball over four times.
CSN's Ryan McGuffey and Tom Cooper reflect on dominant performance by Seattle and debate whether this was the best performance by a defense in the history of the Super Bowl.