Offensively, that's a fair assessment. But high-octane attacks in both Green Bay and New England masked serious deficiencies on defense.
(Note: Evidence continues to mount it's good to have Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers as your quarterback.)
This reality wasn't lost on the think tanks of either team, which have used the 2012 NFL draft to re-stock on defense.
"We hope we helped all aspects of defense," Packers general manager Ted Thompson told The Associated Press. "Certainly, pass rush is a very vital thing in the National Football League because of the proliferation of the passing game. And we'll see. We hope so."
Will both teams go all D through seven rounds? The Jets Flight Crew has been standing next to us for the past two hours, but we'll try to keep our attention on the draft board long enough to find out.