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The hard nosed Pittsburgh defense goes up against the fast-paced offense of the Eagles. Both teams have play makers on both sides of the ball, making this match up very fun and exciting.
The first quarter will be slow with each team trying to find the weak spots in the other.
Game is tied 7-7.
The second quarter will have some nice plays by each team with the Steelers kicking a field goal to go up at the half. Steelers up 17-14.
The third quarter will feature a minor set back for the Steelers. They typically come out in the third quarter a little lazy, and the Eagles take advantage of this and jump out to a 24-17 lead.
In the fourth quarter each team fights for every yard and every first down. Pittsburgh ties it up, but the Eagles get a field goal with a minute left to go up by three points. To make the game ironic, the Steelers use their speed in the kick return game and return the kickoff to the 50-yard line. The Steelers move the ball and tie up the game at 27-27 as we head to overtime.
In overtime, the Eagles go down and score a field goal. The Steelers take the ball and chip away at the Eagles defense. They are looking to drive the ball into the endzone when Big Ben throws an interception. The Eagle tries to go down, but Hines Ward crushes him and he fumbles the ball. The Steelers recover, and after a lengthy review, keep possession.
The Steelers have goal to go, and with the first play from the goal, they call a pass to Mike Wallace. Wallace catches the touchdown pass and the Steelers win the Super Bowl 33-30.