Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Six times the #1 NFL offense has played the #1 defense in the Super Bowl. The team with the best defense has won all but 1 of those matchups. In fact, of the top 10 NFL offenses ever that played, only one actually won the Super Bowl - 9 of them LOST in the playoffs or in the Super Bowl itself. Denver was the best scoring offense in NFL history - almost 100 years of football history - and they got stomped like roadkill by a stellar defense. I realize we have a good offense and a good QB in Jay Cutler. But if our goal is to WIN a super bowl, then Emery has a lot of work to do with this defense - and Mel Tucker better be "The Man" they think he is. Otherwise we're just pissing in the wind, here in Chicago. 1. DENVER this season, 606 points. Postseason result: Playing Seattle in the Super Bowl. Lost 43 - 8. 2. NEW ENGLAND 2007 season, 589 points. Result: Lost to NY Giants in Super Bowl 42. 3. GREEN BAY 2011 season, 560 points. Result: Lost to NY Giants in divisional round. 4. NEW ENGLAND 2012 season, 557 points. Result: Lost to Baltimore Ravens in AFC Championship Game. 5. MINNESOTA 1998 season, 556 points. Result: Lost to Atlanta in the NFC Championship Game. 6. NEW ORLEANS 2011 season, 547 points. Result: Lost to the 49ers in the NFC divisional round. 7. WASHINGTON 1983 season, 541 points. Result: Lost to the L.A. Raiders in Super Bowl XVIII. 8. ST. LOUIS RAMS 2000 season, 540 points. Result: Lost to New Orleans in the NFC wild-card round. 9. ST. LOUIS RAMS 1999 season, 526 points. Result: WON SUPER BOWL XXXIV over Tennessee. 10. INDIANAPOLIS 2004 season, 522 points. Result: Lost to New England in the AFC divisional round.