Steelers win record sixth Super Bowl

Full story: The York Daily Record

James Harrison ran 100 yards for him. Santonio Holmes made a catch as big as Lynn Swann or John Stallworth ever made for him.

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Feb 2, 2009
 
Yeah Steelers!!!! Thank You for a Super Game and a Super Win.
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Feb 2, 2009
 
Give it time, let's hear it cry-babies....

It's sad that people will no doubt try to taint one of the best 4th quarters in Super Bowl history because of one thing, jealousy!

Congrats to the Steelers on becoming the NFL's elite franchise; and give credit to Arizona for a hell of a fight.

With that said, let the sour grapes parade begin...

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6 Time SUPERBOWL CHAMPIONS.

Good teams find ways to win the big games.

Rothesburger, among the quarterback elite.

Holmes, solidified his place in superbowl history.

Harrison, 100 yard touchdown. Historic.

Nuff Said.

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Feb 2, 2009
 
And to think that some took offense to the Steelers choice of Mike Tomlin as head coach!!!

Great game, great season, great football, All Hail, Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers!!!

Thanks Mr. Rooney, you are a great judge of character, people, and talent!!!
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#5
Feb 2, 2009
 
James Harrison ran 100 yards for him.
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Feb 2, 2009
 
Well, they still have to pass the N.Y. Giants with 7, Bears with 9, and then Packers with 12 in order to have the most NFL Championships. Enjoy being only HALFWAY to the top of the mountain.

Proof:
http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/team...
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Feb 2, 2009
 
Bears and Packers...lol.
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Give it time, let's hear it cry-babies....
It's sad that people will no doubt try to taint one of the best 4th quarters in Super Bowl history because of one thing, jealousy!
Congrats to the Steelers on becoming the NFL's elite franchise; and give credit to Arizona for a hell of a fight.
With that said, let the sour grapes parade begin...
Jealousy? Really? I think football fans just wanted to see a good game. A genuine win. It's not like there are tons of Cardinals fans out there. Nobody is jealous, many are just disappointed. They are feeling cheated out by what could have been a much better game. They aren't sour that the Steelers won, they are sour about all the events that lead to the win. I, on the other hand, am very excited. The Steelers, on both sides of the ball, put up nearly identical statistics in the Super Bowl as what my 0-16 Lions averaged all season. There is hope yet. Congrats to Sean McHugh!
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Feb 3, 2009
 
GO STEELERS. NOTHIN WOULD EVER STOP US ONCE WE GOT OUR MIND SET.... #86 ALL THE WAY BABY... THANK YOU TO HOLMES FOR THE CATCH TO GIVE US THE 6TH RING... LOVE YOU GUYS
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Feb 3, 2009
 
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Yeah Steelers!!!! Thank You for a Super Game and a Super Win.
You should thank the refs
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Feb 3, 2009
 
Please amend that statement to say....

You should thank the refs, AGAIN.

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Feb 3, 2009
 
Phillie Phanatic wrote:
Well, they still have to pass the N.Y. Giants with 7, Bears with 9, and then Packers with 12 in order to have the most NFL Championships. Enjoy being only HALFWAY to the top of the mountain.
Proof:
http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/team...
Who needs proof? This is no groundbreaking news. 6 Superbowls in the Superbowl era...is 6 Superbowls.
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Feb 3, 2009
 
Phillie Phanatic wrote:
Well, they still have to pass the N.Y. Giants with 7, Bears with 9, and then Packers with 12 in order to have the most NFL Championships. Enjoy being only HALFWAY to the top of the mountain.
Proof:
http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/team...
Ya know, If I was born in the early 1900's and was able to fully enjoy every single season covered by all football championships/superbowls, I might give your statement an ounce of credability. Since I, and most others, can not say that's true, and many of the years you speak of, a large amount of the public was not even alive to witness, let alone most people did not have televisions for some of those championships or the games were not even televised, what you say is seriously lacking on numerous fronts when trying to compare a championship to a Superbowl championship.
The league, at one time only had a handful of teams that consisted of players who did not even train as true athletes.
The pre superbowl era dwarfs in comparison to the post era on all fronts, therefore, your argument of equal value for championships regurdless of who, what, when, and where, is weak.

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Feb 3, 2009
 
Phillie Phanatic wrote:
Well, they still have to pass the N.Y. Giants with 7, Bears with 9, and then Packers with 12 in order to have the most NFL Championships. Enjoy being only HALFWAY to the top of the mountain.
Proof:
http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/team...
We are talking Superbowls here. Not some ancient history that no one talks about anymore. Enjoy being the only birdbrain that googles useless information.
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No, he's talking about the NFL Championship Game, which is STILL what it is. Look it up. Sorry to disturb your little dream, but he's right.

Besides, Steeler fans should be embarrassed to even call their last two Super Bowls as wins, considering the referee crews gave them the games!
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Reality Check wrote:
No, he's talking about the NFL Championship Game, which is STILL what it is. Look it up. Sorry to disturb your little dream, but he's right.
Besides, Steeler fans should be embarrassed to even call their last two Super Bowls as wins, considering the referee crews gave them the games!
THANKS REFS!!!! WOOOHOOO, WHO CARES WE GOT SIX. I HOPE THE REFS GIVE US A 7TH, 8TH AND MORE!!! Still had to win the games to get there genius. I'm guessing you are Ravens ran since your crying about Refs, must be the OBVIOUS TD Santonio scored in your Ravens second loss to the Steelers. You did see the replay of that before the AFC champ game right? Where they drew the line on the TV and declared it was in fact a TD? The NFL reviewed it, it was a TD look it up. Even Ray Ray said on his radio show the Steelers are the better team. If your not a Ravens fan ignore all that, provide proof. Can you hear me waving my towel? HA HA, losers.
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The refs? The refs?? Really?? That TIRED bit again? Is that all the haters have, seriously?

Did everyone miss the NFL's recent release stating that even the replay officials in the booth (the ones who summon for a review in the last 2 minutes) were convinced Warner fumbled and no review was neccessary. THAT is why they didn't review it, no bias; no BS like that.

What else have people been boo-hoo-ing about...oh the supposed clip on Harrison's TD. You mean the one that even had it been called (even though there was no clip) would have been negated by the penalty on AZ.

Or how about choir boy Kurtis takinge his helmet off to (granted rightfully) complain about a call (rightfully reversed on challenge btw) but Lamar Woodley makes a Super Bowl clinching play and gets nailed with a personal foul.

Are you serious? Of all the times to call that particular personal foul, of all the celebrations don't you think celebrating a Super Bowl clinching play is justified.

I thought that rule was more for stopping show boaters in Week 3 who make a sack or simple tackle and celebrate like they had just won the SB instead of simply doing their job.

Don't give me the whole 'the refs were calling it to the letter of the law' bit either. If that were the case there would have been a record for holding calls against whoever had the task of TRYING to stop James Harrison.

Ok, maybe running into the holder was a crappy call. But if that is the rule, in the book, for quite sometime; then can you really truly argue with it? Besides, didn't matter same outcome had it not been called.

It's really really sad people have to try and taint one of the better (saying the best is a bit of hyperbole) finishes in Super Bowl history.

In the end, I love all the anti-Steeler bile and BS splattered every way, it shows the Steelers did something right!

I mean after all, I don't see anyone talking crap on the Detroit Lions!

Thank you Steelers, Welcome to SIXBURGH!! HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!

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Feb 4, 2009
 
Reality Check wrote:
No, he's talking about the NFL Championship Game, which is STILL what it is. Look it up. Sorry to disturb your little dream, but he's right.
Besides, Steeler fans should be embarrassed to even call their last two Super Bowls as wins, considering the referee crews gave them the games!
Only a bitter, self-loathing, idiot would see those games and spout off with such ignorance. If you say that in the mirror a few times it may become true........to you anyway.

loser.
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#21
Feb 4, 2009
 
Just face it the refs gave the game againts a weak team. Your team is not that good. The better team did not win the Super Bowl this year. Steelers had to beat nobody to get to the big game, Chargers what a joke and the Ravens with a rookie QB come on. Here is a list of better teams this year.

Colts
Pats
Gaints
Titans
Eagles

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Feb 4, 2009
 
KGB wrote:
Just face it the refs gave the game againts a weak team. Your team is not that good. The better team did not win the Super Bowl this year. Steelers had to beat nobody to get to the big game, Chargers what a joke and the Ravens with a rookie QB come on. Here is a list of better teams this year.
Colts
Pats
Gaints
Titans
Eagles
How come the Colts, Patriots, Giants, Titans, and Eagles didn't make it to the Superbowl?

That is a lousy argument to make, I think you are suffering from a severe case of sour grapes. Pittsburgh didn't pick their opponents, they played who was on the schedule.

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