So let's see...the last time there was a Super Bowl with as little drama as this one? That would be January of 2003, Raiders vs. Buccaneers, two jobs ago, two kids still at home, jeez...even two cats ago. OK, you get the idea - we've been spoiled with an era of competitive Super Bowls that had never happened before, and may never happen again. Sigh.
Tonight's game was about as thorough an ass-whipping as we've seen in any game between two good teams in quite a while. And unlike some, it was pretty evident from the first play of the game. Denver played scared and as if they were unprepared, and Seattle was sharp, hitting hard, and clearly the best team on the field. If it weren't for some uncharacteristic Pete Carroll conservatism (4th and a foot, and you don't go for it when you have Marshawn Lynch in the backfield?) and some early Russell Wilson jitters, it could have been worse.
So now the talk of dynasty begins. We shall see. Football in the 21st century is a little different than what us old timers became accustomed to back in the dark ages of the 70s and 80s.