A SuperBowl Where The Commercials Did Not Take Center Stage!


What a fabulous game! It had an incredibly exciting ending to quell an incredibly exciting comeback. 

Larry Fitzgerald Jr really established himself as one of the best recievers in the league, he was a ravenous beast on the field, continuing his stellar post season performances this year. It’s been a long time since I can honestly say I’ve seen a Wide Receiver become a game changer, the guy who carries the team on his back. It sucked to see him lose. 

It was a strange game in that the second half belonged to Arizona, yet it came down to one final drive opportunity for Pittsburgh and they executed with a sexy edge of the endzone two toe grab.

 

From Getty Images

From Getty Images

 

 

The Steelers played team football and made it work, they held on. It was a nice nightcap to a season of football where we as Lions fans witnessed what was supposed to be impossible in the League of Parity: A winless season. 

 

But we’re not done Lions fans. 

We’re going to keep going, we’re going to keep digging, we’re going to keep talking about this sport that we love. Just because the Superbowl is over, it doesn’t mark the end. I’m going to dig up as much information as I can during this down period from now to the NFL Draft, there will definately be some movement in the NFL player-wise. 

Hope ya’ll enjoyed the game as much as I did.

Tags: 2009 Draft 2009 NFL Draft Detroit Lions NFL Super Bowl Superbowl

  • daj1257

    Great game!  I thought that there was one play between this game and being one of the best ever, a play we never got to see.  What if that last play had been ruled an incomplete pass?  You would have had the Cards on the Steelers 30 yard line, with 5 or 6 seconds to go. Time for one more shot at the endzone!  Imagine what drama THAT would have created!!

    That said, I think Rothlesburger established himself permanently as an elite QB, and Warner punched his ticket to the Hall of Fame.