Last night's Super Bowl reminded all of America, Defense still wins Championships. Despite playing against the hottest Offense in NFL history, the Seattle Seahawks Defense shut down yet another elite QB and air attacking Offense, on the biggest stage in Football. It's well documented you can have the leading QB in the league for the entire regular season, throughout the playoffs, and still come up shorter than mini me in the most important game, last night was just another prime example. No matter how good the opponent's QB is, if he's pressured all game, and his receivers are covered, and severely punished after the catch, no matter who he is, that elite QB will be extremely limited. Add the fact your offense can run the ball, which is the greatest defense to an elite QB because it keeps him off the field as the clock continues the run, and suddenly this recipe proves itself to be the recipe for success in the physical game called Football. Ironically, a punishing run game can literally demoralize a opposing team's defense if it can't be stopped, further diminishing the dying need to have the best QB in the league on your team. Idzik resigned Rex because they share the same vision, the last draft should be a testament to this claim, with the first round picks going to the defensive side of the ball, and a good attempt to replace what has been our Achilles problem (a turnover machine QB) in the second. I have complete faith in our GM to finish what he has begun, as he brings the same winning formula to a young defensive driven soon to be low turnover offensive team on the rise. With Sheldon Richardson already proving he was worth every vote to be selected with the 13th pick, the foundation of Idzik's plan has been laid. Along with the acquisition of hard punishing RB Chris Ivory, it's even more evident the Seahawks blueprint to success is being intergrated to our beloved New York Jets. In addition, as Geno Smith develops to be a more efficient decision maker, and part 2 to Idzik's plan of action is executed this offseason, this team is on the verge to becoming the Seahawks of the AFC East. As we all know, this style of team performance is a Rex Ryan dream come true. As Idzik builds from the back end to meet the talent upfront, the Defense can become just as lethal as to what we witnessed mostly the entire season from the Seattle Seahawks Defense. Also, as he makes additions through his hand picked new scouting staff to the Offense in the next offseason or two, in my opinion, we're just a few pieces away from completing this elusive task of winning the Championship we've been chasing for 40 plus years.