Who doesn't have flaws?
That's what will make the playoffs so appealing. All the teams, no matter the seed, are beatable -- even the Seahawks at home.
Arizona proved that by going out and dominating the Seahawks in a way that Seattle usually does to the opposition. Until Sunday, most media and fans saw it as foregone conclusion that the Seahawks were waltzing to the Super Bowl.
Me? I see flaws. The Cardinals exposed them in a big way with a great defensive effort. The Seattle passing game is limited. That will matter.
This isn't to say the Seahawks can't win it all. They can, but they are no longer viewed as a sure thing. Right?
Consider that three top teams here in my Power Rankings this week -- Denver, New England and Seattle -- all have lost a game in the past two weeks, with Denver and Seattle losing at home.
It would be foolish to think the top seed in each conference is an automatic to play in the Super Bowl. Get ready for a wild postseason.
Flaws are everywhere.
The team that hides theirs best will win it all. Hint: Usually the great quarterbacks are best at hiding blemishes.