There are so many names associated with the Pittsburgh Steelers and their six Super Bowl championships. Guys like Terry Bradshaw, Lynn Swann and Mean Joe Greene. 210 more words
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The Carolina Panthers or the Denver Broncos?
“The Dab” or the old school high-five?
Dannon Oikos Triple Zero yogurt or Papa John’s pizza?
Super Bowl 50 features a young gun trying to make a name for himself in the NFL’s biggest game and a veteran cementing his legacy as one of the best quarterbacks in league history. 131 more words
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It’s not the same impact, of course, but it’s eerie how similar one angle of Martavis Bryant’s tremendous touchdown catch Saturday against the Bengals looks like Santonio Holmes’s game-winner against the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.63 more words
The 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers overcame the hardest schedule that was seen in the NFL, over the previous 25 years, to win their record setting 6th Super Bowl title. 41 more words
American football player Santonio Holmes was named MVP of Super Bowl XLIII after making the game-winning touchdown catch for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Born on March 3, 1984, in Belle Glade, Florida, Santonio Holmes overcame an impoverished upbringing to become a professional football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets. 448 more words