It was not a particularly thrilling game, occasionally a sloppy one, but that doesn’t mean the Super Bowl wasn’t good, not if you appreciate work on both sides of the ball. There is something uniquely enjoyable about watching an all-time defense successfully crack an elite offense, or a pass rush so intimidating that it affects every other facet of the game. In that spirit, last night’s game-changing play, every bit as exciting and important as memorable as a long bomb, was Von Miller’s second strip-sack of Cam Newton.
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