If Super Bowl LI is like most of its predecessors, then it simply won’t live up to the offensive hype that people are spreading about the game. If you don’t believe me, check out the clip below. Remember when people thought the Denver Broncos would use that high-octane offense and overwhelm Seattle’s “Legion of Boom” defense in Super Bowl XLVIII? All it took was one bad snap to send the momentum in Seattle’s favor, and they never looked back, trouncing Denver in a 43-8 torching. So when we see Matt Ryan take the field for his first Super Bowl ever — with a career of bad playoff performances following him before the divisional and conference championship wins this year — you have the same sort of pressure that caused the Broncos to wilt in humiliating fashion on the game’s biggest stage. The over/under total for this game is 59 — larger than it has been for any other Super Bowl. There’s a reason why point totals don’t get this big on the game’s biggest night — nerves, and defense.