In my opinion, Clay Matthews made the play of the superbowl. With the Steelers driving(and with momentum) his forced fumble and great athletic move to get into position seemed to be the momentum shift the Packers HAD to have in that situation. There's a lot of talk about the Pats having specific size needs in their linebackers and how Matthews didn't fit into that requirement, but after seeing that particular play i'm convinced that a FOOTBALL player can work in ANY system, regardless of size. Honestly, had he been the Pats ideal SIZE for a LB would he have been able to scrunch himself down and shed the block like that? I doubt it. Love the play, the move and the way he finished the tackle. THAT is the kind of LB we need!!