Posts tagged: Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pittsburgh Steelers emerged victorious in Super Bowl XVIII today when the team made a touchdown in the last two minutes to triumph over the Arizona Cardinals, who had been up by three points previously.
Pittsburgh’s wide receiver Santonio Holmes secured the win to bring the final score to 27-23.
Today’s game was the sixth Super Bowl that the Pittsburgh Steelers have won; now the team holds the record for the most Super Bowl games won.
The legacy of the Steelers continues…
Today is the day that either the Arizona Cardinals or the Pittsburgh Steelers will walk off the football field in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, with pride in their hearts and victory wrapped around their fingers as Super Bowl rings.
The Steelers have a legacy already established, but that won’t stop them from achieving even more. If the team gains a victory today, this will be their record sixth Super Bowl title. Coming into this monumental game, the Steelers are favored to win based on their season so far.
On the flip side, the Arizona Cardinals have emerged from the shadows of past team performances to be here today. “Dynasty vs. Doormat,” an article in today’s Spokesman-Review by Barry Wilner, labels the Cardinals “a franchise that has defined dysfunction since the 1950s.”
I just gotta ask. Who are YOU rooting for? Will you cheer on the favorable Steelers, or will you root for the Cardinal underdogs?
Only one team will steal the win to become numero uno 2009.