The eventual 25-point margin should have been enough even for Aldridge. Like most of the Packers, Davis accepted the victory calmly, and he spoke carefully, as he always does. "They were spaced wider than we thought they would be," he said. "If you wanted to get any kind of inside rush, you had to line up head-up on your man. In the second half we did that and spread the linebackers a little wider to contain Dawson, and we quit being cautious. I figured, forget Kansas City and the Super Bowl and do what you do best."