The Super Bowl has been getting better every year, but this one will be tough to top, Mitch Albom writes in the Detroit Free Press. In a game where an interception returned for a 100-yard touchdown wasn't the crowning play, the Steelers proved beyond a doubt that nothing's over until the final buzzer.
The Cardinals' resurgence from a stifling first half would have been the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history: two touchdowns and a safety in the fourth quarter to take the lead.
Instead, a 78-yard Steelers drive ended in a catch to rival David Tyree's famous helmet grab. Add crazy penalties and call reversals, and this was one for the ages.