Earlier this week, Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera noted the comparisons and unsung importance between his team's offensive line and that of the 1985 Bears.
A cliche perhaps, but living well is the best revenge.
The problem with Super Bowl 50 is that both the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos come in with quirks, things that fall outside the box, and not just the tackle-to-tackle one.
Love the matchups: elite offense (Cardinals) vs. elite defense (Panthers), MVP (Cam Newton) and one of the NFL’s most balanced offenses (49.6 percent run) vs.
The boxing cliché that “styles make fights” says that contrasting strengths make for the best competitions, and the matchups in the AFC and NFC championship games this weekend are all of that.