Originally Posted by steelfury02
I think most of us are coming to a general consensus that scoring points on offense is of utmost importance (duh, right?) - but more importantly, that there seems to be an attitude that has crept in to the offensive side of the ball dating back somewhere between when the clock struck zero on SB 43 and when the clock struck zero on SB 45.
Actually, the bad offense crept in between SB 40 and SB 43. SB 43 was one of those once-a-decade NFL teams where a defense for the ages carries a weak offense to the championship. Our offense was anemic that season.
Yes, yes, I know, it was a nice game-winning drive to win the SB. But the story of the season was an unbalanced team, weak offense and special teams - carried by a great defense.