The Defensive Player of the Year made a huge difference in this Super Bowl. In two plays.
The first one came just before halftime, score at 7 to 10. The Steelers were up, and the Cardinals had the ball on the 2 or 3 yard line, about to score. Kurt Warner dropped back, looked left, and threw a pass to a slanting receiver. Harrison darted toward the ball and picked it off, with huge momentum.
Here’s an article by guest writer Kevin Black:
Super Bowl Preview
What’s the biggest event of the year? In my opinion, it’s the Super Bowl. This year’s game will live up to all the hype it is receiving. As all of you know I’m sure, the teams are, The Pittsburgh Steelers, the AFC representative, and the Arizona Cardinals, the NFC representative.
The 2009 Pro Bowl rosters have been announced. They are (reserves listed in parentheses):
QB- Peyton Manning (Brett Favre, Jay Cutler)
RB- Thomas Jones (Chris Johnson, Ronnie Brown)
FB- Le’Ron McClain
WR- Andre Johnson, Brandon Marshall (Reggie Wayne, Wes Welker)
TE- Tony Gonzalez (Antonio Gates) Continue reading